Valldemossa is located high above the coast and its monastery, cobbled lanes, beautiful old stone houses and lush countryside attract people from all over the world to this stunning part of Mallorca. If you want history, Valldemossa has it in spades. It was here that Santa Catalina Tomas was born into a humble household. In 1792 she was beatified by the Pope and every year Valldemossa, and many other places in Mallorca, celebrate great fiestas in her memory.
It goes without saying that Valldemossa is one of the prettiest towns in the whole of Mallorca. Due to its tranquil beauty, fascinating history and gentle climate, Valldemossa is unsurprisingly a place where many people aspire to own a Mallorcan property.
Whether your ideal holiday home is a tasteful apartment, a luxury penthouse, a spacious villa or a converted finca (farmhouse), we at Balearic Properties would be delighted to help you find your dream holiday property in the Valldemossa area of Mallorca.
Mallorca has always attracted writers and artists to its shores. In the 1830s the celebrated writer George Sand spent time here with her partner composer Frederic Chopin. They resided in the town’s famous monastery and their stay is outlined in her book A Winter in Majorca. Unsurprisingly, Valldemossa monastery is one of the most visited places in Mallorca.
Valldemossa does not have a beach as such, but the shingly cove at Port de Valldemossa is a lovely place to go for a quiet swim. Here, a number of delightful seaside villas nestle in the shadow of the Tramuntana mountains. It’s a stunning location, but be careful of the drive down – it can be a little steep!
Visitors flock to Valldemossa, the village has many cafes and restaurants where a Menu del Dia or an evening meal is served. Ca’n Mario (971 612 122) is a delightful, family-run restaurant situated in an old terraced house where you can enjoy fine Mallorcan cuisine. Definitely worth a visit. The upmarket Cappuccino chain also has a trendy café here (971 616 059 ).
In quaint Port de Valldemossa, the only restaurant Es Port specialises in delicious Mallorcan seafood (971 616 194) and offers panoramic views over the sea.
A lovely boutique hotel full of local charm is the Es Petit Hotel (971 612 479). Set in a renovated old stone house near the Valldemossa monastery, the hotel enjoys stunning views. Or you could settle for the luxurious Hotel Valldemossa (971 612 626). A large outdoor terrace, a renowned restaurant, a swimming pool and beautiful gardens are just some attributes why this small picturesque hotel is a very pleasing choice.
Due to Valldemossa’s location on the main Ma-10 road, you are never far from one of Mallorca’s splendid golf courses. There are several golf courses just a short drive away from the town.
The main Ma-10 road will take you to Valldemossa’s western suburbs. However, the most agreeable approach by car is from a southerly direction along the Ma-1110. There are good bus services to Palma, Deia and Soller too. The airport is approximately 40 minutes drive away.
Mallorca has always attracted creative people to its shores. In the 1830s the celebrated writer George Sand spent time here with her partner the equally famous composer Frédéric Chopin. They resided in the town’s famous monastery and their stay is outlined in her book A Winter in Majorca. Unsurprisingly, Valldemossa monastery is one of the most visited places in Mallorca.
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