We start the Tour Mallorca by train, tram and boat leaving from Palma to Inca.After crossing the valley of Lluc by bus, we arrive at the spectacular Sa Calobra Beach and the Torrent of Pareis, where we will enjoy free time for lunch or sunbathe. Then, we will embark on the boat towards the Soller Harbour (in case of bad weather, this part will be done by coach through Puig Major).The journey back to Palma will be done with the vintage Tram from Port of Soller to Soller city and with the vintage Train from Soller city to Palma city. This itinerary can change, depending on travel conditions.Lunch is not included in the price. You can ask for picnic at your hotel or have lunch in one of the restaurants in the Sa Calobra beach area.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Inca Market, Inca, Majorca, Balearic IslandsAlso known as the heart of Mallorca, Inca is worldwide known for its branded goods made from leather and its footwear. The city’s biggest attraction is the weekly market hosted here every Thursday, one of the most important of the island. We will make a short stop at the old leather factory of IncaDuration: 35 minutesStop At: Sa Calobra, Majorca, Balearic IslandsOutstanding amongst the beaches of Mallorca is the beautiful Sa Calobra, a small boulder beach enclosed by massive cliffs reaching up to 200 metres high. The turquoise sea completes the landscape offering you one of nature’s most spectacular gift.In Sa Calobra we stop for about 1h30 for lunch break (not included), bathing or to visit the Torrent.Duration: 1 hour 30 minutesStop At: Torrent de Pareis, Sa Calobra, Majorca, Balearic IslandsThis emblematic torrent crosses the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana and flows into the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of the favourite tourist locations for its beautiful scenery and for its natural habitat to many different animals. Back in 2003, Pareis was declared a natural monument.Duration: 15 minutesStop At: Puerto de SollerThis beautiful natural port is separated from Mallorca by the mountains of Tramuntana. A little treasure coveted from the corsairs offers us mixed perfumes of orange blossom, irreplaceable scenery and a rich maritime history. The old-fashioned wooden tram connects the Port and the Town of Soller, also known as the commercial and cultural centre on the Serra de Tramuntana. The mythical steam train has been running since 1912, running the route between Palma and Soller. It’s small rails, it’s artisan touch and antique feel all contribute to its splendour, whilst chugging along the natural path of the Serra de Alfabia.Duration: 1 hourPass By: Fun and TicketsTripAdvisor page