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Mallorca Independent Scooter Tour with Rental
"A scooter rental is the perfect choice if you’re looking for an easy and fun way to see Mallorca’s highlights! You will receive a helmet for your security while riding. All scooters allow a second passenger but a second helmet (compulsory) will be available at an extra cost.Pick up a map (provided at the rental shop) and choose your own route! Drive along the coastal roads and take in the picturesque scenery of the Mediterranean Sea. Visit beautiful Bellver Castle and the Royal Palace of the Almudaina. Ride up to Bellver Castle located on top of a hill near Palma de Mallorca and enjoy stunning views of the city from above. Drive along the southwestern coast for breathtaking coastal views. Stop at Magaluf for a refreshment (own expense) and grab a bite at one of the numerous tapas bars by the beach or in town. Then continue on your unforgettable Mallorca scooter adventure!"""
From EUR33.00
 
Historical Palma de Mallorca Scooter Tour
"A scooter tour is the perfect choice if you’re looking for an easy and fun way to see Palma de Mallorca’s highlights! You will receive a helmet for your safety while riding so you can enjoy a safe and smooth ride before you head out on your island tour.On your scooter follow your guide along the coast and stop at the old fishing village of El Molinar. Next head to the center of Palma de Mallorca to visit the medieval quarter. Drive past famous monuments like Mallorca's Cathedral of Santa Maria (commonly known as La Seu) the Royal Palace of the Almudaina the Silk Exchange (La Lonja) and the Roman Baths. Stop at several locations to learn about the interesting history of Palma and the island of Mallorca from your guide.Continue driving along Palma's waterfront and admire the lovely coastal scenery a dramatic 14th-century Gothic castle located on top of a hill. Enjoy free time to explore the inside of the castle (entrance included) and take in views of Palma Bay.Finish your tour with a glide down the Palma Bay coast
From EUR30.00
 
Palma de Mallorca Shore Excursion: Mallorca Independent Scooter Tour
"When you arrive in the Palma de Mallorca port make the most of your time on shore with a scooter rental for an easy and fun way to see Mallorca’s highlights! You will receive two helmets (for you and a second passenger) for your safety while riding as well as a lock to park your scooter securely. Pick up a map (provided at the rental shop) and choose your own route! Drive along the coastal roads and take in the picturesque scenery of the Mediterranean Sea. Visit beautiful monuments like the located on top of a hill near Palma de Mallorca and enjoy stunning views of the city from above.Drive along the southwestern coast for breathtaking coastal views. Stop at Magaluf for a refreshment and grab a bite at one of the numerous tapas bars by the beach or in town (own expense). Then continue on your unforgettable Mallorca scooter adventure!This excursion is located within a 15-minute walk to the cruise port so you determine the time you return to your ship in Palma de Mallorca port. Please allow yourself ample time to enjoy the excursion and ensure your timely return to the port. This excursion is not covered by our worry-free policy."
From EUR46.00

More Transportation in Sóller

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how to move around

I’ve noticed some people renting bikes but we just walked around. Most of the visitors just gather on placa de la Constitucio, the main square of Soller where most of the important sites/museums are...
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how to go there

By train!The most romantic way is to take the old wooden train from plaza Espanya in Palma. The history railway was built back in 1911 with the money of orange and lemon trade, an activity that...
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train

A 1912 wooden train links Palma to Soller rathing thourgh citrus orchards and 13 tunnels.Fourteen tunnels later,switching back and forth across olive groves hills,they chug past citrus orchards into...
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Soller train

The Soller train does't run, it walks. It is meant for U to let yourself be carried slowly across the landscape, to go deep into the nature and enjoy her. It's like a travelling viewpoint, an...
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Soller Tram

Right when U get down from the Soller train, U'll find the Soller tram. Very well known, as the train. Is a must to every visitor. It keeps it's old atmosfere. It's a open tram, like the one U can...
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Tram to Port de Soller

You have to take this tram to get to the port, it´s great!!! It costs 1 € each way and it starts right next to the train station in Soller. There are some more stops on its rumbling ride to the...
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Ferrocarril de Soller

This historical train is a must for all train lovers and for all others who wants to step back in time for an hour....It starts in Palma, right next to the other station there......In summer there are...
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Bring your yacht or sailing boat!

Another great way to explore Mallorca is by boat I think. So why not bring your yacht....and take me with you!!!!!!
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Top Hotels in Sóller

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Santa Maria del Cami 1, Port de Soller, Soller, 07108, Spain
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Calle Antonio Montis s/n, Puerto De Soller, Soller, 07108, Spain
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Calle de la Palma 18, Soller, 07100, Spain
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Camino de la Villalonga 21, Soller, 07100, Spain
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Gran Via, 9, Soller, 07100, Spain
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Es Traves 5, Soller, 07108, Spain
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Things to Do Near Sóller

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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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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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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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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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West Coast

It's the hell of a job driving downwards the coast to Calobra. And shall we say that the sights, upon arrival compensate the effort? Well... If you admire dramatic landscapes, yes. If you wanted...
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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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"Caught among mountains, a wonderfull town"
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"Sóller"
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Mique

"Dreamlike harbour"
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"Travel like in 1927"
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"Across the Sierra de Tramontana by train"
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