Thursday, 15 June 2017

Mallorca - Western Mallorca (PDF Chapter) Lonely Planet

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Mallorca - Western Mallorca

A sky like turquoise, a sea like lapis lazuli, mountains like emerald, air like heaven’, en-thused Romantic composer Chopin of his new home Valldemossa in 1838. His words ring true almost two centuries later in western Mallorca.

- relish the poetic loveliness of Deià – the winner in Mallorca’s hill-town beauty pageant

- drive the length of the coast from seaside Port d’Andratx to the peaceful Monestir de Lluc

- listen to Chopin on your iPod as you wander through Valldemossa’s narrow lanes

Coverage includes: The Southwest, Andratx, Port d’Andratx, Sant Elm, Portals Vells & Cap de Cala Figuera, Serra de Tramuntana, Andratx to Valldemossa Coast Road, Valldemossa, Port de Valldemossa, Deià, Sóller, Port de Sóller, Biniaraix, Fornalutx, Bunyola, Orient, Alaró, Cala de Sa Calobra & Cala Tuent, Monestir de Lluc.

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