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Palma de Mallorca Segway Tour Including Palma Cathedral and Portixol
"Choose between a 1- 2- or 3-hour tour departing either in the morning or afternoon and then make your own way to the meeting point in central Palma de Mallorca. Meet your guide put on your helmet and start with an orientation session to get familiar with your two-wheeled Segway. Then set off to begin your tour.City Tour (1 Hour)Follow your guide to Parc de la Mar
From EUR35.00
 
Ostrich Farm Visit in Mallorca
"Once you have decided if you would like to purchase some ostrich delicacies (at 5€) to feed the friendly giants you will be accompanied by a professional guide to feed touch learn about play and interact with these amazing animals. Adult ostriches are world record-breaking beings with a prehistoric twist they are delightful and special
From EUR12.00
 
Shore Excursion: Coasteering in Mallorca
"Following a morning pickup by your minivan 2 minutes from the cruise dock travel out of the city with your guide and head to the coast to begin your tour. On arrival at the base pull on your wetsuit and harness and listen to a safety briefing from your guide who will explain everything you need to go so no experience is necessary. During your coasteering adventure you will abseil down rock faces  leap off high ledges into crystal-clear water check out our treasure cave for hidden treasure and negotiate the coast by learning how to climb.The locations are hand picked so they are suitable for everyone from first-timers to thrill-seekers
From EUR55.00

D e i á Tips (3)

The 'Artist Village'

Deia, on the rugged west coast of the island is a quiet village (no tourist buses allowed) which has attracted many artists and literary figures over the years.

Don't venture here if you suffer from travel sickness - typical mountain roads, lots of twists and turns and 'don't look down' views!!

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Jinty37
Jan 31, 2004

Welcome to Deià.

Tucked away in the north-west corner of Mallorca, high in the island's Northern Jurassic Sierras, this captivating coastal mountain village is a million miles away from the fleshpot clubs and fish-and-chip pubs that most people think of when they think of the Balearic Islands – Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza.

British poet and author Robert Graves first settled here in the 1930s, and wrote his most important works, including I, Claudius and Claudius the God, hanging out at the village cafe and bathing at the Cala Deià (Deià beach).

Today people still come to Deià, attracted by the fantasy of a slow, simple lifestyle.

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hundertmorgen
Jun 18, 2003

Deiá

a calm village at the west coast. It's the home of several artists. Of the 400 inhabitants, 1/4 are foreigners.

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Kristina1701
Oct 06, 2002
 
 
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Arab Baths

Although the Arabs' long presence in Mallorca has left a tremendous influence on the island and its culture, relatively few architectural works from that period have survived. After the reconquest,...
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Santa Eulalia Church

Close to Palau Vivot, the church of Santa Eulalia, in the square with the same name, is one of the oldest and more important of Palma. Coming from the 12th century it suffered drastic changes,...
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Le Seu Cathedral

Though its construction continued over several centuries, the Cathedral of Mallorca has retained a largely Gothic-style interior. A few details do deviate from Gothic - other than the obvious Saint...
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La Almudaina

Originally a Muslim palace, converted to gothic by king Jaime II, this alcazar still keeps signs of both styles. The views are beautiful and the adjacent gardens are well conceived and maintained,...
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Alcudia

Alcudia is situated in the north east of the island, the town is surrounded by a 14th century wall The well restored town is entered by the Moll gate.A mile away is Port Alcudia a lovely seaside...
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Castillo de Bellver

Dominating the landscape, this castle atop the hill is a failed temptation - Fernanda accuses me of being a castle maniac, and, to prove that I'm not "castle dependent" I missed this one. But I...
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