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Marina Tramontana, Mallorca, Spain
Marina Tramontana is located in one of the most charming valleys of the Island. Sóller is an amazing town situated in one of Mallorca's most beautiful harbours on the west coast. Sóller is surrounded by the stunning Tramontana Mountains and offers the chance to be delighted by one of the most impressive sunsets of the Balearics. Sóller is about half an hour's drive from Palma Airport. The town provides a large variety of local-cuisine restaurants, boutiques, hotels, traditional markets and museums. There are two good sandy beaches in the immediate vicinity of Sóller, which are known locally as "Es Traves" and "Ca´n Repic". At approximately 4 km from the centre of old town there are two mountain villages named Fornalutx and Biniaraix where visitors can experience the traditional Majorcan way of life. Marina Tramontana is a special destination for those who enjoy walking, nature, ecotourism, swimming or simply a peaceful rest.
Residual water collection
24 hour access
Cancellation Policy : restrictive
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Mallorca, the largest Spanish island, is located in the Western side of the Mediterranean Sea, about 170 km away from the coastline. The island that is also known as Majorca is famous for its luxury, its modern beauty, its natural environment and the ancient beauty. The capital of the island is Palma, which is one of the most popular summer destinations for tourists from all over the world, but especially from the United States and Canada, the Netherlands, the Scandinavian countries, the UK, Germany, Poland or Ireland. Its name derives from the Latin word “maior”, which means “the larger one”.
Mallorca was first heard of during the Paleolithic period, when prehistoric settlements that were called talaiots used to exist here. The traces of the people who lived between 6000 - 4000 BCE have been unveiled and their ruins can still be admired. The island was inhabited by Phoenicians, Romans, Gunderic and Vandals and later on, by Arabs and Catalans... more info