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Feb

Discovering the central region of Mallorca

Discovering the central region of Mallorca


There is much more to discover on this island than beaches and the metropolitan city of Palma, and that is why we will discover and explore the heart of the island.  The central area of Mallorca is possibly one of the most authentic and typical areas of the whole island, which is characterized by its agriculture. Endless fields, farms with vineyards and numerous almond and olive trees which stand out in the landscape. Many people decide to explore what the central region has to offer, in search of quietness, places that are not overwhelmed by tourists and those who want to discover the charms hidden in its cobbled streets. If you are looking to discover the most traditional part of the island, you are in the right place.


Santa María del Camí

This village is characterised by two things: the spectacular views of the Tramuntana Mountains, and the long history of wine production. It is one of the most popular destinations for visitors due to the beautiful stone houses, romantic restaurants, and numerous stores for shopping. Just 10 minutes from Palma, its location is perfect for a holiday on the island, in an authentic Mallorcan village.  Without doubt, it is a charming village to stay in, which is why we recommend this finca near Santa Maria.

santa maria del cami

Alaró 

With about 5,000 inhabitants, this charming town has a large international community and historic buildings among the cobblestone streets.  It is worth mentioning that it is one of the most popular destinations among cyclists and hikers due to the excellent routes it offers us to discover the Serra de Tramuntana. In the heart of the village you can find all kinds of restaurants and bars, among others an ice-cream parlour with a lot of history, which is very frequented by residents and tourists.

alaro


Inca

It could be said that Inca is the meeting point for many, and the privileged location is the starting point for many car routes. Being the third largest town on the island, it has numerous shops and restaurants where you can experience the Mallorcan cuisine. It should be pointed out that every Thursday the weekly market is held, which attracts thousands of people, where you can find seasonal products, typical food and handmade clothes. If you decide to stay close to the village, this cozy traditional finca close to inca will make you feel at home.


inca

 

Sineu 

Just a 15 minute drive from Inca you will find the historic town of Sineu, which used to be one of the most important places on Mallorca. Here you can get to know the cultural and religious part of the island, and at the same time enjoy the tranquillity it offers. You will be able to admire the beautiful architecture, local products, and have a drink in a coffee shop located in one of the quiet streets of the village.  If you're looking to live among the villagers, this town house with swimming pool in Sineu is perfect.


 

Algaida

Located in one of the most beautiful areas of the island, Algaida will make fall in love anyone who decides to spend the day in this traditional village. It is surrounded by six small mountains, and in the fields that surround Algaida you will be able to see many windmills. You will be able to buy the best local and organic products, as well as enjoy one of the most wonderful views of the whole island. It has a main attraction that attracts thousands of visitors every year: the glass factory founded in 1719.


algaida