This drowsy town, known for olive oil and its palo (herbal liquor) distillery, resides at the foot of lush terraced hillsides and the wild grey peaks of the Tramuntana. The rickety wooden train that trundles between Palma and Sóller stops here. It's a fabulous base for rock climbing and – back at ground level – for observing Mallorcan village life in the central square, Sa Plaça, which hosts a small Saturday morning market.
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