Discover Mallorca’s scenic north coast, a 40-mile-long mass of lime rock that, for centuries, has acted as a protecting wall against coastal winds and opportunistic invaders. Your half-day tour includes a visit to Son Marroig, the late-19th- to early-20th-century residence of Archduke Luis Salvador of Austria. Now a museum, Son Marroig features countless works of art and gorgeous gardens. Then drive to Macia Batle in Santa Maria to taste Mallorcan wines and learn how the grapes are harvested.
This tour is provided by an operator that has been third-party certified to meet the Global Sustainable Tourism Council's Criteria for Tour Operators.
• Scenic drive to Son Marroig: See striking limestone cliffs towering over golden beaches and clear-blue waters.
• Son Marroig: Tour the former residence and gardens of the Archduke Luis Salvador of Austria, now a museum.
• Macia Batle: Sample world-famous Mallorcan wines accompanied by typical products of the Balearic islands.
What To Bring:
• Sea Pass card and photo identification
• Sun protection
• Cash/credit cards
What To Wear:
• Walking shoes
• Guests must be able to walk about 2 miles over flat and cobblestone surfaces with a few steps.
• Not recommended for guests confined to wheelchairs.
• Guest must be of legal age to consume alcohol.
• On Sundays Son Marroig is closed, alternatively a visit to the Monestir de Miramar will be made.