Did this trip last year Oct 22 not knowing what to expect. Bus picked us upin Cala d'or(we were in a villa near Portopetro). The bus does stop at a few other resorts on it's wayto the first stop was at a small store which produce leather products and not expensive, you can also have a tea/coffee which was good with the early start. The trip can be done 2 ways - coach, train, boat, coach or coach, boat, train & coach. we done the 2nd way. So after the 1st stop the coach travel trough Mallorca and up to the montains and to Serra De Tramuntana World heritage Mountains. the mountain roads are very narrow and some steep drops (1 person on the bus was afraid of heights and had to move from a window seat). We also got time to stop take photos and enjoy the views. Next was to Sa Calobra, were you could have lunch in the resturants (some only took cash), some people brought a packed lunch which was a good idea to have. There's also abeach here where you can go for a swim in the lovely clear blue waters or just take a stroll around. The time goes quick, then onto the boat to take a slow coastal trip to Port Soller. We had time to stop here for an ice cream and then the tram to the train stration for the old wooden train back to the coach near palma. Then back on the coach to your orginal pick up point. It was a full day trip with alot of views. Our tour guide was lovely and funny at times, with plenty of knowledge about Mallorca. There was French, Germany, English & Irish on the bus and she was fluent in all languages. Tips be early for all pick ups as the don't wait. Bring a light jacket for the boat as it can get cool, swimwear and suitable footwear for walking, packed lunch and plenty of water. Oh your camera for all the lovely views.