Discover the beauty of Mallorca on a full-day sightseeing tour around the western part of the island. Drive along the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Serra de Tramuntana and then cruise along Mallorca’s breathtaking western coastline on a boat ride from La Calobra. Enjoy free time at the popular coastal village of Port Soller, where you can wander around and have lunch. Board the local tram to Soller and explore the village with your guide. Then relax on a vintage wooden train and take in views of Soller Valley's agricultural fields on your way to Son Reus.
When you are on Mallorca, in the Balearic Islands, head out on this guided sightseeing day trip to discover the beauty of the island. Get comfortable aboard an air-conditioned coach and while your guide explains interesting facts about the island, enjoy spectacular views of the Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed mountain range.Admire breathtaking views of the rock formations on the west coast of Mallorca as you head down a windy road to La Calobra. Here, have free time to explore the village, grab a snack in one of the small cafes around the port (own expense) or relax by the beach.Next, board a boat for your boat ride to Port Soller. During the 40-minute trip, and see how the high cliffs, rock formations and the blue and green colors of the water create a wonderful scene. When you arrive in Port Soller, if the time allows it enjoy free time to wander around the beautiful village, visit the historical port and have lunch (own expense) at one of the numerous restaurants while viewing the backdrop scenery of the Tramuntana. Continue your tour with a short trip on a tram to the village of Soller, located 1.8 miles (3 km) inland from Port Soller. When you arrive, follow your guide on a short walking tour around the village, and then board a wooden carriage train to Son Reus, on the outskirts of Palma de Mallorca. Relax on the vintage train and enjoy the views of olive trees, farms and the Soller Valley on the way; it’s a train journey that has remained almost intact since the train's first journey in the 1910s. When you get off the train at Son Reus, board your vehicle and enjoy the green landscape on the drive back to your hotel.