Ever heard of the stunning Valldemossa, in Mallorca? This charming little village sits high up on a hill in the famous Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, a World Heritage area that runs along the western coast of the Balearic Island.
Valldemossa is widely famous for its beautiful cobbled streets, filled with colourful flowers hanging from tiny rural windows and the smell of freshly-baked bread or “coca de patata” – a traditional pastry there-. But it’s much more than that! The beautiful town is also known for its old charter house and gardens, which was once the home of renowned personalities such as Chopin and George Sand.
Restaurants in Valldemossa
If you’re planning on visiting Valldemossa, here’s a list of the best restaurants to indulge in delicious Majorcan treats and food when you get hungry:
- Quitapenas Valldemossa
- Hostal Can Marió
- Ca’n Pedro
- Grand Café Cappuccino
- Es Roquissar
- Troya Restaurante
- Cafetería Ca’n Molinas (a must-visit bakery)
Valldemossa: unveiling the charming Majorcan village
I’m hoping you are more than intrigued by Valldemossa now. If there’s one thing I can assure you, it’s that it’ll captivate you. No doubt. If you want to learn all about this magical place in Mallorca, please do check out my latest article up on The Travel Bible and have a read. In it, I tell you all about its little secrets and best spots. Don’t miss out and enjoy your next holiday in Mallorca to the fullest!
Read the full article and start your journey here
Discover and unveil the authentic town of Valldemossa
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