• Cala Deia

    Cala Deià, Spain .

    Cala Deià is a stone cove located near the town of Deià. It is an idyllic and very touristy place. There is an area in the rocks with stairs from which the bravest are thrown into the sea. It is a beautiful cove with incredible views, but uncomfortable for not having sand, to take into account. Length = 70 m, Width = 6 m

    High occupancy cove, very touristy. Priced parking. Somewhat complicated access from the town of Deià. Old rustic jetty. There is no sand zone. Highly recommended place. Beach bar also recommended.

  • Sa Calobra

    Sa Calobra, Escorca, Palma de Mallorca, Spain .

    Sa Calobra is the small bay that encompasses two bathing points: both the port of Sa Calobra itself  and the mouth of the Torrent de Pareis. The seabed of the port of Sa Calobra is made of stones and crystalline waters. They swallow daily swallows that make the route from Puerto de Sóller-Sa Calobra and over 10 months a year numerous buses arrive making this magnificent excursion. Length = 10 m, Width = 25 m

  • Octopus Dive Center Mallorca

    Octopus DiveCenter Mallorca, Carrer de Canonge Oliver, Port de Sóller, Spain .

    The Octopus dive center, with five PADI stars, is a dive center and specialized shop located in the Port of Sóller, on the rugged coast of the spectacular Tramuntana Mountains.

    Every day we dive in the waters of the Bay of Sóller or in one of the more than thirty places along the coast, which offer crystal clear waters and exceptional conditions for diving.

    Banks of sparkling fish, caves and caves, and spectacular underwater landscapes hide under these waters. We sincerely believe that this is one of the best places to practice diving in the Mediterranean.

    Our professional and friendly team will ensure that your experience is as pleasant as possible.

    Whether you want to start in this sport, or if you want to improve your level, we can offer courses of all levels.

    But in addition, Octopus is not a place exclusively focused on divers. We also organize activities for the whole family, even those who do not yet know how to swim. Find out in the store about our afternoon outings.

  • Sierra de Tramuntana

    Serra de Tramuntana, Spain .

    The Serra de Tramuntana is declared World Heritage by UNESCO in the category of Cultural Landscape. It is the recognition of the international community to the almost perfect symbiosis between the action of the human being and nature, carried out over centuries, which has resulted in a monumental human work in which culture, traditions, aesthetics, spirituality and identity are mixed.

    The cultural landscape of the Serra is the result of the exchange of knowledge between cultures, with small works carried out collectively for productive purposes, conditioned by the limitations imposed by the physical environment. Limitations overcome based on wisdom and intelligent use of resources, without destroying the environment. And it is also the recreation of a territory through the collective imagination and the works of artists who have found inspiration in it.


    According to the European Landscape Agreement, any part of the territory will be understood as Cultural Landscape as perceived by the population, and its character is the result of the action and interaction of natural and / or human factors. This suggests that it is not just about maintaining the territory of the Serra as it is today. It is also about improving human intervention, promoting it with sustainable activities according to objectives.


    The Serra de Tramuntana vertebra northwest of Mallorca. It extends along about 90 km, with a maximum width of 15 km, over the territory of 20 municipalities - the largest being Calvià, Pollença and Escorca -, which represents almost 30% of the island territory and more than 1,000 km2 . Some 8,000 people live in the core areas, but the buffer population is 40,000. Several peaks exceed 1,000 m high, highlighting the Puig Major (1,443), the Puig de Massanella (1,348 m), the Serra d’Alfàbia (1,069 m), is Teix (1,064) and the Galatzó (1,026 m).

  • Valdemossa

    Valldemossa, Spain .


    The town of Valldemossa is about 15-20 minutes by car from Palma de Mallorca in the direction of the Serra de Tramuntana, but once there one feels one world away from the capital. Literally inserted in the mountains and surrounded by more mountains, Valldemossa received its name from a Moorish landowner, Muza. With its cobblestone streets exclusively pedestrian and its rich cultural heritage, this town is a must stop in Mallorca.

  • Puerto de Sòller

    Puerto de Sóller, Spain .

    Port de Sóller is a small and picturesque coastal town nestled in the northwest of Mallorca. It has acquired a lot of popularity thanks mainly to its historic tram, its protected harbor located in a large bay and the beautiful landscape that surrounds it. It was once a fishing port, which makes it a fantastic place to taste fish and seafood. In addition, its marina, very well equipped, is the perfect starting point for excursion by yacht or sailboat to nearby coves such as Sa Calobra, famous for being one of the scenarios chosen to shoot the movie “The Atlas of the Clouds”

  • Camí de Muleta

    Muleta, Sóller, Spain .

    Port de Sóller; Crutch of Ca s'Hereu; Great Crutch; Muleta refuge; Far des Cap Gros; Port de Sóller
    Difficulty level:
    2 hours
    Maximum slope:
    Recommendations: carry water and sun protection in summer. It can be linked to the road that leads to the chapel of Castelló, in the Camí de Castelló, which connects Sóller with Deià.

    Points of interest:
    1. Views of the Picada Tower. Looking away to the north we will glimpse this construction, dated 1622, built to combat pirate attacks and considered the tallest tower in Mallorca

    2. Crutch of ca s'Hereu, agrotourism

    3. Finca de Muleta, also known by the Cova de Muleta, which although of little speleological value does have paleontological interest, being one of the best deposits of Myotragus Balearicus.

    4. Cap Gros lighthouse. Building of 1842 and with a range of 24 miles, this place gives us magnificent views of the Bay of Soller

  • Tranvía de Sòller

    Estació Sóller, Plaça d'Espanya, Sóller, Spain .

    On 4th October of 1913 Mallorca’s first electric tram line was inaugurated, running between Sóller and the Port of Sóller.

    Construction of the Sóller tram began after the inauguration of the Palma to Sóller railway line. The project for this line was designed and directed by Pedro Garau, and 4868 metres of track were laid. One outstanding feature of it is the iron bridge over the Torrent Major which was constructed by Maquinista Terrestre y Marítima.

    Initially the tram had an electric power station located in the Sóller station. The station was fed by a 65 horsepower explosion engine which worked a Siemens-Schuckert dynamo, providing a continuous 600 volt current.

    Although the Sóller tram was designed for the transport of passengers, it was also used to transport merchandise down to the port. Fresh fish was carried from the Port to Sóller in a small isothermal car and coal was taken to the former military submarine base in the Port of Sóller and the “El Gas” factory on trailers; mines and torpedoes were also transported from the Caubet magazine.

    The three motor trams, numbered 1 to 3, and their trailers 5 and 6 are the originals, dating from 1912, ordered from Carde & Escoriaza in Zaragoza. The open ‘jardinera’ trailers were acquired from Palma trams in 1954.

    The Sóller tramway also has five motor trams from Lisbon, numbered 20 to 24 and re-gauged to fit the 914 mm track gauge.

  • Mallorca's market

    Mallorca, Spain .

    Mallorca's markets are an excellent way to get to know the island and the people who live here.

    The markets in Mallorca are an excellent place to buy fruit and vegetables, local products such as the sobrasada de Mallorca or butifarrón and cheese. There are also usually markets that offer various handicrafts, leather bags, handmade jewelry, accessories and clothing.

    Calvià, Lloret de Vistalegre, Manacor, Caimari, Montuïri.

    Alcúdia, Artà (recomendado), Campanet, Porreres y Santa Margalida.

    Andratx, Capdepera, Llucmajor, Petra, Puerto de Pollensa, Santanyí, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu (recomendado), Vilafranca de Bonany, Pont d’Inca y Colònia de Sant Jordi (Tardes).

    PORT OF SOLLER, Ariany, Campos, El Arenal, Consell, Inca, Pòrtol, Sant Llorenç de Cardassar, Ses Salines, Sant Joan y Lloseta.

    Algaida, Binissalem, Can Picafort, Llucmajor, Maria de la Salut, Son Servera y Sa Cabaneta.

    SOLLER, Alaró, Búger, Buñola, Cala Rajada, Campos, Costitx, Esporles, Palma de Mallorca, Santanyí, Santa Eugènia y Santa Margalida.

    Alcúdia, Consell (objetos de segunda mano), Felanitx, Llucmajor, Muro, Pollensa (recomendado), Porto Cristo, Santa Maria del Camí, Valldemossa y Sa Pobla.