Plan Day Trips to Valldemossa, Sóller, Deià
With a home base—an exceptionally luxurious home base—at a Hoposa hotel Mallorca or Hotel Hoposa Costa d’Or you have Mallorca’s varied natural, cultural, and historical landscapes at your fingertips. The possibilities for sightseeing day trips are just about endless, but here are four destinations that should get you started—and eager to see more!
This mountain hamlet in the Serra de Tramuntana comes drenched in scenic beauty and history. “Valdemossa” stems from the old Arabic label for the site: Musa Valley. The town’s well known for its historic monastery, for being the birthplace of Mallorca’s patron saint (Santa Catalina Thomas), and for accommodating the great composer Frederic Chopin and his lover, the French writer George Sand (Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin), in the winter of 1838.
Sóller & Port de Sóller
The small city of Sóller occupies a beautiful valley backed by Tramuntana peaks, its centerpiece being the Placa Constitució. A tram connects Sóller to Port de Sóller on Mallorca’s northwestern coast: one of the island’s loveliest harbors.
This idyllic and picturesque with authentic rural flavor! Deia is a special place that will truly leave you speechless. Deia means small village, and it’s true to name with only 800 registered inhabitants. Deia is known as a place of rest and tranquility with it’s landscape, full of olive trees, oaks and citrus that inspires leisure and creativity!
Enjoy Mallorca Day Trips With a Home Base at a Hoposa hotel Mallorca or Hotel Hoposa Costa d’Or
We have, of course, merely scratched the surface when it comes to day-trip possibilities as a Hoposa guest: After all, there’s beach-hopping to be done, waterparks to enjoy, native birds to track down, wineries to linger at, hiking trails to tackle, and so much more.
You couldn’t ask for better-situated or more luxurious launch pads for exploring Mallorca’s gorgeous countryside and legendary Mediterranean coastline than a Hoposa hotel Mallorca or Hotel Hoposa Costa d’Or. Soak in our unrivaled luxury hospitality in between day-tripping forays through mountain valleys, idyllic orchards, and beach-lined strands, digging into Mallorcan cuisine, history, and scenery all along the way!