how to move around
It’s a small town so you only have to walk.
There’s a map (pic 1) at the parking area but also a bigger one at the near by (at Av.Palma 7) Tourist Info (pic 2) that is open Monday to Friday 9.00-13.30, 15.00-17.00 and on Saturday 10.00-13.00. Most of the sites are no more than 5-10’ away from there.
It’s a hilly town and part of the village spreads on the slopes of the mountains which means lots of stairs also here and there so better have comfortable shoes with you if you want to explore around.
how to go there
We easily drove there using carretera de Valldemossa from Palma, actually a direct drive to the village, not much to worry along the way. On the entrance of the village there are two parkings. You can choose between 1h and 2h if you want to rush things but we preferred 5h to be on the safe side, leave time for the monastery but also some time to spend around the village, stop for a drink etc. We payed 2,5euro for 5hour parking. The ticket machine accepts only coins, just put the exact coins and press ok. The panel was kind of crazy, couldn’t really read it but the ticket came out, we placed it on the car and we’re off to see the town.
You can take bus #210 from plaza Espanya, the trip takes about 30 minutes.
From Valldemosa to Palma bus#210 returns at 13.00, 15.00, 17.00, 20.00
Valldemosa is about 17km NW from Palma. After Valldemosa you can visit Deya which is 10km away or Soller (20km away).
If you take bus from/to Soller the bus stops also at Deya.