Awaiting Your Return From Shore
The ship is scheduled to dock at Peraires Pier, located
about 2.5 miles from the center of town. Taxis are generally available
at the pier.
Shop for the highly
regarded Mallorca pearls, hand-blown glassware, olive wood carvings,
pottery, leather articles, shoes, and trendy fashions. The most
exclusive boutiques are located along Avenida Jaime III and the Paseo
del Borne. Smaller shops close between 1:30 and 4:30 or 5
feature seafood, often served as a fish pie. Restaurant choices range
from tapa bars to elegant, sophisticated establishments.
Museo de Mallorca. This museum housed in the Palacio
Ayamans boasts an interesting collection of Moorish, medieval and 18th-
to 19th-century art.
Formentor. Those who wish to explore the northern end of
the island will enjoy the dramatic land and seascape of Cabo Formentor
at the end of a long, narrow peninsula. A winding road with magnificent
views leads to the luxury Hotel Formentor, beautifully situated above
the bay. The lighthouse of Cabo Formentor is the northerly point on
Deia. This beautiful village located just beyond Valldemosa
is worth a visit. It is a favorite with painters and artists, celebrity
writers, and actors. Deia features such posh hotels as La Residencia,
with the restaurant El Olivo, which is considered one of the best in
Caves of Drach. Located in Porto Cristo, this immense cave
complex features a natural lake where musicians play soleful violin
music in boats gliding across the lake. The caves are among the most
visited sites on Mallorca and are usually overcrowded because there is
only one daily admission at noon.
Internet Connection. La Red is located on Calle Concepcion.
Son Vida Club de Golf has been just renovated and is now at
the cutting edge of technology, with a state-of-the art sprinkler system
allowing control of each sprinkler individually.
Awaiting Your Return
Return to Your
Suite and Sail Away to The Next Adventure
and Dancing Await You