Township Bañalbufar is located southwest of the Serra de Tramuntana (declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO), in the road between Pollença to Andratx.
This is a charming small town that extends to the top of a mountain, between Estellencs, Esporles and Valldemossa. Its landscape is characterized by mountains, spectacular terraces of the Roman era and a rugged coastline and the small cove of Port of Banyalbufar whose main attraction is the small natural freshwater shower that there is in the middle of the cove and surprises everyone its visitors.
Of populations that make up the Serra de Tramuntana, Banyalbufar is one of the less known among tourists, which brings great comfort to residents and visitors. The charm of this city is to stroll through its charming streets, plus hiking around and discover hidden natural sites.
Banyalbufar has become a destination of great value to lovers of nature, hiking, cycling. A visit to the Mirador de las Animas on the coast of the Serra de Tramuntana between Banalbufar and Estellenchs, built in 1545 and from where you can enjoy one of the best views on the island. Another attraction is its typical taste wine, Malvasia, an endemic variety of the Serra de Tramuntana. In the area there are some local wineries in Bodega Son Vives, Malvasia Banyalbufar Cooperative or Celler Ca'n Pico.
The area has selected restaurants and hospitality offering that remains in the line of charm and slow style of life of the people as Ca'n Paco Restaurant, specializing in rice dishes and paellas, Ca'n Toni Moreno, whose signature dish is the fried lobster with onion or typical Majorcan food restaurant San Thomas also offers a terrace with the best views of the Serra de Tramuntana. Also, highlights the small and charming Mar i Vent, representative of the area and known as "other Mallorca".
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