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Estellenc, Banyalbufar, Port des Canonge
Estellencs, small picturesque village of 350 inhabitants, is located in the Sierra de Tramuntana. In this area are some of the mansions and estates of the old Majorcan noble families. Its stone houses, its terraces, its waterways and ponds dominate a landscape that transmits calm and offers fantastic sea views and superb sunsets.
Banyalbufar, a village located in the Sierra de Tramuntana, 21 km from Palma and about 550 inhabitants, is open to the sea and is famous for its wine Malvasia, which highlights the www.agroalimentacion.coop/catalogo/vino_productos Cornet / 331
Formerly the whole town was a great vineyard.
As in all the Majorcan coast in Banyalbufar is one of the best preserved Watchtowers "Torre de ses animes" www.balearsculturaltour.net/fichaespacio.php and from where formerly arrival announcement of pirates and privateers was given. The beaches and coves are Banyalbufar Cala Banyalbufar, Sa Galera and Port of Canonge whose hits despite being narrow and steep, well worth visiting.
Port des Canonge, halfway between Banyalbufar and Esporles and a narrow road leads to this beautiful enclave, a summer resort for families Mallorca Esporles and Banyalbufar.
Another way to access Port des Canonge is a nice walking tour through the famous route "Sa Volta des General" running always near the sea and linking Banyalbufar with Es Port des Canonge.
Valldemossa, Deia and Port of Soller
Valldemossa is one of the most visited towns in Mallorca and is located in the Sierra de Tramuntana. It has a population of 2,000 inhabitants and is situated just 18 kms from Palma.All Properties from this areaMore about this region
Soller y Fornalutx
The town of Soller with its 13,800 inhabitants is located in the northwest of the island, a few kilometers inland from the Port de Soller.All Properties from this areaMore about this region