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  • Mallorca: Scenic & Cultural Highlights


    Convent de la Missio

    Convent de la Missio

    Convent de la Missio

    Belmond La Residencia

    La Residencia

    Private Access Beach at La Residencia

    Orange trees in Deia

    Soller, near Deia

    Hotel Illa d'Or

    Hotel Illa d'Or

    Hotel Illa d'Or

    Hotel Can Simoneta

    Hotel Can Simoneta

    Hotel Can Simoneta

    Fontsanta Beach

    Fontsanta Hotel

    Fontsanta Double Room

    Fontsanta Hotel

    Fontsanta Hotel

    Fontsanta Hotel

    Mallorca: Scenic & Cultural Highlights

    Fly-drive Tour – 10 nights/ 11 days
    Explore the dynamic, tranquil, and fascinating corners of Mallorca with this fly-drive tour, discovering the best of the city, coast, and countryside.

    Begin this luxury tour with one night in Palma de Mallorca. Experience the cosmopolitan lifestyle at the port and on the fashionable streets, before exploring the famous Santa María Cathedral and the Arabic influence on the city’s architecture. Your host for your first two nights is the Hotel Convent de la Missio, an exceedingly stylish hotel housed in a 17th century monastery. On your third day, leave the city behind you and travel north to Deia. Your hotel here will be the Belmond La Residencia, a property that offers all the charm of traditional Mallorcan buildings, nestled into the verdant mountainside of the Sierra la Tramuntana range. Spend the next two days enjoying the secluded beaches and rocky tracks that define Deia’s surrounding area, as well as getting to know this enchanting small town. After two nights in Deia, drive towards Mallorca’s most northern point, the Cap de Formentor. Stay for two nights at the Hotel Illa d’Or in Puerto de Pollenca, a traditional portside town with cobbled streets and stone houses. From here, travel southeast. For the next two nights, you will be staying at the Can Simoneta in Canyamel. This stop on the tour allows you to choose between the urban scapes of Mallorca’s second largest township, Manacor the vast history of structures such as the huge Castle Capdepera, and the magnificent beauty of landforms such as the caves at Porto Cristo. Your final stop is at the Font Santa Hotel near Colonia de Sant Jordi. This uniquely chic hotel blends the feel of a traditional Spanish seaside villa with the beautiful countryside of inland Spain, and is the perfect point from which to explore the many white sandy beaches of Colonia de Sant Jordi, the festivals of southern Mallorca, and the markets. After three nights here, return to Palma de Mallorca for your flight back to the UK.
    Click here to download a pdf with details about this touring holiday.

    Prices start at £3,060 per person.

    What’s included:
    • Scheduled flights with British Airways, from London Heathrow to Palma. Flights from other UK airports can be arranged.
    • Group C car hire for ten days
    • 2 nights bed and breakfast in a standard double room at the Hotel Convent de la Missió in Palma de Mallorca
    • 2 nights bed and breakfast in a standard double room at the Belmond La Residencia in Deia
    • 2 nights bed and breakfast in a standard double room at Hotel Illa d'Or in Puerto de Pollenca
    • 2 nights bed and breakfast in a standard double room at the Can Simoneta in Canyamel
    • 2 nights bed and breakfast in a standard double room at the Font Santa Hotel near Colònia de Sant Jordi

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    Mallorca: Scenic & Cultural Highlights

    Day-by-Day Itinerary

    DAY ONE: Arrive in Palma de Mallorca, and stay for two nights

    This luxury tour begins with your arrival into Palma de Mallorca from London Heathrow Airport. Collect your hire car and find your way to the Hotel Convent de la Missió, situated in the centre of Mallorca’s most famous city. This hotel blends exceptional history with the simplicity of contemporary art and design, punctuating minimalist rooms with bright pieces of art.

    DAY TWO: Palma de Mallorca
    Begin your tour of Palma with a visit to the Basilica de Sant Francesc, less than a ten minute walk from your hotel. This unassuming building is built in a refined Gothic style, which gives it its austere look. Inside, however, the magnificence of this building becomes clear, from the light pouring in through the rose window, to the charming serenity of the cloister. From here, move on to the Santa María Cathedral, built out of the golden limestone quarried in Santanyi in the Gothic style. A proportion of its majesty comes from its waterfront position, though it is worth visiting the Chapter House to see the bejewelled True Cross. The rose window of this building reaches eleven metres in diameter. Adjacent to the cathedral is the Almudiana Arab fortress, since converted to a royal residence. Similarly, the Banys Àrabs, which date back to the 10th century, pay testament to the island’s Moorish history, and demonstrate the beauty and intrigue of such a mingling of cultures. If you have time before leaving for Deià, consider driving five kilometres outside the city to the Castell de Bellver, a Gothic structure commissioned by Jaime II which was originally his summer residence but later became a prison. Now, visitors can admire its distinctive circular shape, and the cloister of arches that ring the central courtyard. In the evenings, walk back down to the port to see the illuminated cathedral and its reflection in the harbour waters, which ripple with the swaying of moored boats. This is the perfect place and time to appreciate the laid-back cosmopolitan lifestyle of this city, and the island as a whole, whilst taking a drink in one of the waterside bars and watching the world go by. Retire then to your 17th century monastery to dine in the Michelin-starred restaurant, or to enjoy the luxurious spa treatments.

    DAY THREE: Drive north to Deia, where you will stay for two nights
    From the big city to a quaint seaside village, your second stop on this touring holiday brings you to Deia on the north coast. Built into the green land between the sea and the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, this village has an air of exclusive seclusion that will peacefully pervade your two night stay at the Belmond La Residencia. The enchanting hilltop village of Deia is sure to cast a pleasing contrast with the bustle of Palma, and your stay at La Residencia will set you up for the rest of your exploration. The rooms are light and airy with numerous windows flanked by traditional wooden shutters, combining the rustic feel of the village with luxury comfort.

    DAY FOUR: Deia
    On your first morning, choose between taking the tram from Soller to the port to appreciate the views across the rocky coast, or trek along the network of footpaths that vein the mountain sides. The simplicity of the pleasures of Deia really takes visitors back to Old Mallorca. In the centre of the town is the Archaeological Museum and Research Centre, housed in a converted mill. This museum was founded by the American Painter Dr William H Waldren, and is a valuable insight into the history of the area. The Monastir de Miramar near San Marroig once trained monks in Arabic, but now houses another interesting museum; its old stone walls and gardens overlook a rocky peninsula that forms a natural cove on the northern shore. The Manor House of San Marroig is the former home of the Archduke. Despite its formidable façade, the main highlight of this building is the small, circular neo-classical temple in the garden, which has magnificent views across the sea. For a taste of traditional Mallorcan fishing, head down to the Cala de Deia. This small shingle beach has crystal clear water and is perfectly tranquil, shared only by the local residents. The single restaurant and bar serves fish straight from the sea, caught by the fishermen you can see on the beach. Take lunch on the hotel’s terrace under the shade of the trees, or relax beside the pool with the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains as your backdrop.

    DAY FIVE: Drive across the island to Pollenca
    Continue east to Puerto de Pollenca, for two nights at the Hotel Illa d’Or, a luxury hotel set directly on the seafront. The steep cobbled streets and stone houses of Pollenca village, set slightly further inland, wind up the hillside and bring all the charms of rural Spain to the coast, making it, combined with the Puerto, one of the most quintessentially Mallorcan towns. Walk up the famous Calvari steps, past cultivated trees and gardens, past traditional houses, to the top of the town from the collection of squares nestled between the hills.

    DAY SIX: Pollenca
    Spend your time here admiring the boutiques and cafes that define Pollencan lifestyle; perhaps partake in some watersports at the port, or ensure your visit coincides with the Sunday morning market to enjoy the sights and sounds of Spanish life. Cyclists and walkers may be attracted to the twisting pathways of the Cap de Formentor, with the reward of the quaint lighthouse waiting at the end. Those interested in sampling some of the local Mallorcan wine may wish to visit the Bodegas Ca’n Vidalet just outside Pollenca. The winery produces white wines from Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Malvasia, and Moscatel grapes (the latter two being both sweeter and more traditional), and red wines from Merlot, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. In Alcudia, just south of Pollenca, are a collection of Roman ruins that once formed Pollentia, the Roman capital of the island. This would make an excellent excursion for anyone looking to explore the history of Mallorca before it became the famous Spanish island it is today. Also in Alcudia is the Fundacion Yannick y Ben Jakober, which sits on the picturesque Coll Baix Peninsula and houses a permanent collection of over 150 European portraits of children, a collection of contemporary art, a sculpture park, and has a rose garden in its grounds with over 100 varieties of roses. For a museum closer to your hotel, you may wish to visit the Museum of Pollenca, which has displays a collection of contemporary paintings, a Prehistoric Room, a collection of works by Atilio Boveri, and a collection of Gothic paintings. In the evenings, dine at the Hotel Illa d’Or in the La Terrassa Restaurant which stretches out to the water’s edge with magnificent views of the mountainous horizon and the lights across the bay.

    DAY SEVEN: Drive south to Canyamel
    Drive to the island’s northeastern corner for two nights at the Can Simoneta near Canyamel, set amidst pine forests and olive groves. A few miles from the nearest small coastal towns, this idyllic rural property claims its own unique views and provides a veritable paradise for its guests.

    DAY EIGHT: Canyamel
    Guests looking to get out and about may want to hike across the low mountains, wander along the wide sandy beaches, or follow the banks of the Torrente de Canyamel. Perhaps spend a few hours enjoying the scenery in the Llevant Nature Reserve, or in the wetlands of the S’Albufera Nature Reserve. There are also 4 major golf courses within 15 minutes of your hotel, at Canyamel, Capdepera, Pula, and Son Servera. Alternatively, for a taste of this part of Mallorca’s history, visit the Bronze Age settlements near the pretty town of Arta, the Talaiot sites that are over 3000 years old and belonged to the first inhabitants of Mallorca, or the Capdepera mediaeval castle. This castle is one of the largest in the world and claims a vast stretch of a hillside, with a small town pouring out from its walls. Take the time to walk around its battlements, enjoying the views from every direction, which stretch to the sea on one side and the mountains on the other. Inside the walls, the Casa del Gobernador and the Church of San Juan are both open to the public and very well preserved. Back in Arta, a pretty town with pavement cafes and sloping streets, the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador contains an effigy of the Virgin Mary and baby Jesus that is one of the oldest figures in Mallorca still used for worship; and, the view from the Sanctuary is recognised to be one of the island’s best sights. When you return to Canyamel after exploring further out, be sure to go and see the Torre de Canyamel, a mediaeval fortified tower that has since been converted into a thriving artisan centre. Originally, the tower provided refuge for the Valley of Canyamel’s residents during pirate attacks. Back at the Can Simoneta, dine on culinary specialities prepared using home-grown ingredients.

    DAY NINE: Head back south to Colonia de Sant Jordi
    The Font Santa Hotel resembles a typically Spanish villa, with white-washed walls, light tiled roofs, and pagodas and terraces that either trap the sun or protect you from the heat. Spend at least one afternoon under the shade of the palm trees beside the pool or enjoying the extensive spa facilities, before you return inside to dine in the restaurant, under its light wood beams and within its light stone walls.
    DAY TEN: Colonia de Sant Jordi
    Once a small fishing village, Colonia de Sant Jordi was only recognised as a seaside resort in the 1950s. Your hotel, the Font Santa, is situated just slightly inland, between the sea and the town of Campos. Colonia de Sant Jordi has a harbour with a small beach that overlooks the National Maritime Park of Cabrera on the Cabrera Archipelago. Boats trips can be made across to the 19 islands, so visitors can explore the beautiful protected ecosystems, both above water level and below. Endangered species such as turtles, whales, rare fish, and coral can all be found in the underwater caves or further out to sea. Dropping anchor on one of the islands, hikes can be organised across these vast landforms, allowing you to witness the unimpeded flora and fauna, or trips to the lighthouse and caves of La Miranda. One of the islands, Goat Island, is inhabited, with an ethnological museum displaying the ceramics and tools of ancient dwellers. Back on land, a walk along the shore will bring you to some of Mallorca’s most beautiful white sandy beaches. Es Carbo, in particular, is a 20 minute walk from the harbour, and is a favourite of the royal family. After relaxing on the sand for a few hours, you may also wish to explore the reefs and sandbanks behind the beach. D’es Port beach is lined with well-established restaurants serving excellent seafood accompanied by beautiful views. If your holiday here happens to fall on a Tuesday, however, we would recommend enjoying some tapas in the evening in the town, as this is Sant Jordi’s traditional tapas night. The Colonia de Sant Jordi market is held on a Wednesday, should you desire to pick up a few local specialities, wines, or souvenirs, and on Thursdays and Saturdays, there is a market in Campos. To really achieve a complete picture of Spanish culture, you should consider organising your trip around one of the many festivals on the island. In Colonia de Sant Jordi, the Summerfest falls on the first weekend of August, the Spring Festival in Ses Salines is on the 1st of May, and Sant Bartomeu is on the 24th of August.

    DAY ELEVEN: Return to Palma de Mallorca for your return flight to the UK
    Enjoy your last breakfast at the Font Santa Hotel before heading north to the airport. Drop off your hire car here and board your flight back to the UK.

    Driving times for this touring holiday:
    Palma Airport to Palma de Mallorca: 20 minutes
    Palma de Mallorca to Deia: 45 minutes
    Deia to Puerto de Pollenca: 1 hour 25 minutes
    Puerto de Pollenca to Canyamel: 1 hour 5 minutes
    Canyamel to Colonia de Sant Jordi: 1 hour
    Colonia de Sant Jordi to Palma de Mallorca: 35 minutes

    Click the 'Hotel Information' tab to find out more about the hotels featured in this touring itinerary.

    Mallorca Scenic and Cultural Highlights 17 Mar 16

    Hotel Information

    These are the tranquil hotels that are featured on this Mallorcan touring holiday. Alternative hotels are available in some destinations – please contact us for full details.

    Hotel Convent de la Missió
    Palma de Mallorca
    Surrounded by small streets and courtyard gardens, Hotel Convent de la Missió is a four-star hotel in the centre of Palma’s old town. The hotel is a former 17th century monastery, once used to educate missionaries. Today, the hotel offers fascinating displays of modern art and culinary discovery with its Michelin-starred restaurant. There is a simplicity to the hotel’s decoration, befitting its monastic history, although luxury and comfort are never compromised. The 14 bedrooms and suites have the ambience of relaxation and a defined, romantic style with exposed cream limestone, neutral linens and flowing drapes. The vaulted ceilings and intricate stonework of the Art Bar are contrasted against the contemporary sculptures and bold paintings on display. Above the bar floats a constellation of delicately coloured glass lights shining on the plush velvet furniture and colourful cocktails. Hotel Convent de la Missió’s Michelin-starred restaurant uses local produce in innovative ways and, under the guidance of British chef Mark Fosh, there is a sense of effortless elegance to his Mediterranean menu. An indoor pool, sauna and fitness room can be found in the Wellness Centre where beauty treatments are designed to leave guests with a heightened sense of well-being and serenity. The roof has been transformed into a solarium with hammocks and a jacuzzi, making Hotel Convent de la Missió perfect for peaceful relaxation high above the hustle of Palma’s streets below.
    Find out more here.

    Belmond La Residencia
    Belmond La Residencia nestles into a hillside right in the picturesque artists’ village of Deià, home for many years to the historian, poet and author Robert Graves, (whose house is open to the public within walking distance of La Residencia), situated between the Mediterranean Sea and the dramatic Tramuntana mountain range. This five-star hotel with just 67 rooms and suites plus one villa consists of two manor houses that date from the 16th and 17th centuries, restored to offer charming and luxurious accommodation and public rooms, furnished with local antiques and fabrics, and with rich, dark wooden doors, shutters, and beamed ceilings. An outstanding feature of La Residencia is its art collection; colourful and thought-provoking works of art are placed throughout the hotel, in bedrooms, corridors, spa, restaurant, and reception with magnificent sculptures placed in the hotel gardens. In fact, regular walks around the hotel and in the village itself can be taken with the curator of the hotel’s art collection. The hotel’s bedrooms and suites are located in the original manor houses (the main building and the Son Fony building) and new suites have been built into the hillside in terraces above the hotel. Rooms and suites vary in size and aspect. Some have a terrace and the newer junior suites (deluxe and executive) have panoramic views over the village, the mountains, and to the sea with a garden terrace equipped with table and chairs and two sun beds. These also feature an open fireplace. All rooms, however, boast elegant, antique Mallorcan furniture and of course striking paintings. Some rooms inter-connect. As you approach La Residencia from the village along its short drive way, you will be struck by the beauty and serenity of the place, which is enhanced by meticulously maintained gardens, bursting with trees, shrubs, and flowers; depending on the season these may feature lemon trees heavy with fruit, palms and olives, beds of lavender, marguerites and hydrangeas, roses, oleander, bougainvillaea, or rosemary. The hotel boasts acres of land and, in addition to that occupied by the immediate hotel buildings including spa and tennis courts, much of the land in terraces behind the hotel is given over to olive trees, as the hotel produces its own olive oil (bottled for use in the restaurant, and served with your bread basket). These terraces are home to the hotel’s donkeys, named by local school-children, and who will accompany guests on excursions through the olive groves to a stone shepherd’s hut where picnic lunches are held. Dining is an important feature of a stay here at La Residencia, with its two main restaurants, El Olivo, with a Michelin star, and the Café Miróa Son Moragues, open every day for lunch and dinner, with lighter fare including mouth-watering tapas and the fish of the day. In the summer months from May to September the pool restaurant serves salads and Mediterranean specialities for lunch alfresco. Breakfast is a veritable feast of a buffet served in the Son Fony building and outside on its terrace overlooking the pool in fine weather. Mallorcan specialities of sausage, smoked cheese, tomatoes and olive bread compete with eggs freshly cooked to order alongside all manner of fruit, breads, cake, cheeses and cold meats. The food is superb and the menu varied enough to cater for a long stay even if you chose to eat in every day. As La Residencia is just on the doorstep of the village, within a short stroll of up to 10 minutes at most, you can find an array of local restaurants, from Michelin-starred Es Racó d’es Teix to a trattoria and local specialities. Days can be spent relaxing at the hotel, perhaps playing tennis with the tennis coach, playing table-tennis, using the hotel bikes, hiring a Vespa, taking art classes with resident artists or taking a ride on the hotel’s boat. There is also a tranquil spa, where you can enjoy a range of treatments and products using local ingredients and an indoor pool, sauna and steam room. In addition to the main pool, the Residencia also has a smaller pool for adult use only. Nearby you can reach a host of places for walking, swimming in the sea, culture, dramatic scenery, eating out and shopping. La Residencia is a beautifully run hotel in an enchanting location and above all, where you will receive impeccable yet heartfelt service by a team of regular staff who truly enjoy making you feel welcome.
    Find out more here.

    Hotel Illa d'Or
    Puerto Pollenca
    Hotel Illa d’Or is a four star hotel found on the seafront in Puerto Pollensa in the north of Mallorca. Only 15 minutes’ walk from the very centre of the small town, the spa hotel is an elegant blend of Mediterranean style and luxury and leads out onto a golden sand beach. Founded in 1929, the hotel’s white façade holds an air of stylised glamour with its columned terrace and symmetrical staircases. Inside, a blending of modern and classical style gives a timeless appearance to the hotel’s light-filled interiors. The hotel’s 120 rooms and suites are decorated in an elegant style with a range of tonal creams and greys. Whilst large windows bring natural light to rooms during the day, soft overhead lights adds a cosy and intimate effect in the evenings. The hotel makes the most of its ideal beach location with its La Terrassa Restaurant which stretches out to the water’s edge and offers beautiful views of the of the mountainous skyline and twinkling lights from across the bay. The hotel’s second restaurant, Restaurant 1929 has an extensive menu that changes every two days, offering freshly caught fish, meats and desserts with authentic flavours. For those wanting to relax in the Mallorcan sun, the beach is only a few steps away, or for those preferring to stay within the chic confines of the hotel, the outdoor swimming pool is flanked by parasols and loungers – ideal for sun-filled relaxation. The Vital Illa d’Or Spa and Wellness Centre focuses on harmony and relaxation with a sauna, Turkish baths and sensory showers. The spa’s indoor swimming pool will be renovated for its reopening in February 2016 and will mirror the sleek and tranquil spaces of the rest of the spa. For those seeking more active pursuits, the hotel has a tennis court with lessons available at a charge and a bicycle rental service is available. Follow hiking and cycling routes suggested by the hotel to discover its beautiful surrounding countryside. Hotel Illa d’Or is a wonderful hotel with a range of facilities for those seeking active or relaxing pastimes in the heart of the Bay of Pollensa.
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    Hotel Can Simoneta
    A haven of tranquillity, Hotel Can Simoneta is a cliff-side retreat on the east coast of Mallorca, offering five-star luxury and sublime natural beauty to adults only. Cut adrift from the nearby resort of Canyamel, the hotel balances exclusivity and charm with ease, split across two buildings that are more than 140 years old. Large gardens feature pristine lawns dotted with hardy pine trees, while a chic swimming pool takes in spectacular views from the cliff’s edge. Touching additions include a small staircase carved into the cliff and leading directly into the crystal clear sea waters, while guests also benefit from private access to Canyamel Beach. Hotel buildings themselves are of a rustic farmhouse style from the outside – remaining true to the original architecture – while interiors have been recently refurbished. Here, the design is the image of freshness, with an elegant neutral colour scheme and natural materials giving an organic feel, while big windows filter in lots of natural light. This is true of each of the guestrooms and suites, which offer a serene environment in which to rest. If your room faces the sea, the sunrise will wake you gradually each morning, while rooms to the rear of the property have lovely views over the hills. Some rooms have a private terrace. Gran Suite Neptuno is the most indulgent accommodation option at Hotel Can Simoneta, set apart from the hotel in a private cottage with its own terrace, private garden and swimming pool. Either way, Hotel Can Simoneta prepares guests for indulgence. The dining experience at Hotel Can Simoneta involves a menu of culinary specialities prepared with careful thought and using home-grown ingredients and produce. There is also a wellness centre that offers relaxing rituals, massages, and beauty treatments, meanwhile keen golfers have four courses to choose from in the vicinity, some with reduced green fees to take advantage of as part of your stay.
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    Font Santa Hotel
    Near Colònia de Sant Jordi
    In a rugged natural setting beside the nature reserve of Es Salobrar of Campos, the five-star Font Santa Hotel occupies one of the most unspoilt areas of Mallorca. Not far from Es Trenc beach - a three kilometre stretch famed for its white sand and crystal clear waters - the hotel is surrounded by nature. This undiscovered corner of the island promises utter exclusivity, and an ‘adults only’ policy serves to maximise the natural peace and tranquillity. A boutique property with just 25 rooms, the minimalist style combines pure white walls and pristine linens with pale, organic hues. There is a feeling of light and serenity, while smart lighting helps you customise the mood. Even the most basic room type here extends onto a private terrace with marvellous views. Font Santa Hotel is home to the Balearic Islands’ only thermal waters of subterranean origin, and these mineral-rich, 38 degree waters are harnessed in wellness rituals and holistic treatments at the spa. From massages to beauty treatments, the health-giving properties are exploited to leave you feeling fresh and revitalised. Other facilities include a Jacuzzi, steam room and thermal baths to aid ultimate relaxation. Further indulgence can be experienced at the restaurant, where the simple elegance of the dining room allows the fine dining fare to take centre stage. The kitchens consistently produce imaginative dishes in which simple flavours are creatively crafted for a sensory gastronomic experience. Only the freshest local market ingredients are used, and dining on the elegant terrace makes the experience truly special.
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