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Pueblo de Fornaluxt

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Pueblo de Fornaluxt

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Carrer de sa Placa, 07109, Soller, Majorca Spain
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Palma de Mallorca Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Boat & Belver Castle
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Palma de Mallorca offers many sights, but viewing them all can be a challenge. Avoid the rush of a typical tour and relax on board a sightseeing bus that passes the city’s beaches, markets, and major monuments, including the Grand Cathedral and the Bellver Castle. Follow your own itinerary at a pace that suits you, hopping off or on as you like, or upgrade for an additional boat cruise or included entry to Bellver Castle.
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alain wrote a review Feb 2021
Paris, France11 contributions4 helpful votes
it is a beautiful small villigen hidden in the mountains, it seems that the time has stopped there...
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Frankie wrote a review Jan 2021
Oxford, United Kingdom7 contributions6 helpful votes
A charming little town hidden in the mountains. A must on your visit in Mallorca. We strolled in the narrow streets and had coffee at the Placa d’Espanya. Beautiful!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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FairCityFrasie wrote a review Oct 2019
Perth, United Kingdom1995 contributions624 helpful votes
Well looked-after town uphill of Soller that is best accessed on foot (but you can take your car). Quaint narrow streets and a way of life of long past times. The pace of life is even slower up here above Soller. There are a few shops and more cafes, bars and restaurants than I had expected. Have a short explore of the back streets before a relaxing drink in the quaint little square (with its food-seeking pussy cats) while selecting your cafe or restaurant for a slow lunch.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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viaUAA wrote a review Jul 2019
Ljubljana, Slovenia652 contributions133 helpful votes
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Very pleasant and upkeeped village, with nice square in the middle where you can take some drink or snack and enjoy in relaxing atmosphere. You can reach the village by car, but many people visit it during the cycling around. I recommed to reach it on foot from Soller. There is nice footpath (very well signed) and especially in the beginning of spring you can enjoy walking by the gardens full of orange and lemon tress and with nice views to Soller. From Soller to Fornalutx and back it is 6.5 km with about 200m upclimb (the footpath starts just next to the football court).
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Melikes wrote a review Jun 2019
Aachen, Germany267 contributions104 helpful votes
My friend and I stayed in Sollér and walked to Fornaluxt. The road goes through another small village called Biniaraix which is around 15' to Sollér. Then you take another path to reach Fornaluxt. It is a nice but kinda hilly trekking path. However we really enjoyed the time. There is not a lot to do in these town except getting bewildered by the facades of the houses. Recommended if you had time.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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