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by ShipmateMarie

Drach Caves -Wow ! Beautiful and able to take tons of pics. Ended with a Classical concert in 2 row boats with Two violinists, a cellist and a harmonium player. I had a tear run down my cheek -exceptional♥️

Visited: May 05, 2019

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by DanKinnane

We took a trip on the beautiful old train from Palma up to Soller. It was so incredible and beautiful countryside. Soller is also a pretty town with shopping and sites.


by BoomerangTX

Great stop. It is a fairly easy walk(less than four miles) to town from the dock, or there are shuttles and taxis(very expensive) available as well. The town is absolutely beautiful, and the people are extremely nice. Quite a few of our fellow cruisers took excursions and just raved about them, but we did not take an excursion at this port. We just walked around, talked to people, checked out a beach and had a great lunch(I wish I could remember the name of the restaurant.) We hope to get back there one of these days.


by canalview

Palma de Mallorca,is a wonderful port.The ship Docks approx 6km away from the town,a nice walk for those with legs,along a paved walkway, affronted by sea and Marina areas.Most cruiselines offer shuttles if there is a charge,check to see if Taxis are not cost effective.The City of Palma is a delight,it houses a lovely Cathedral, Castle and a quaint town.If your shore time is sufficient, consider a visit to Valdermosa,Diamond or even Soller.If not on an organized tour,Soller can be accessed via the' Limon Express',an electric street car type train,via the Orange, Lemon and Pine groves over the mountains down to the other side of the Island,Enjoy.


by jaydub80

Port is a bit of a trek from the city, so it was a short taxi ride and wasn't too expensive. Saw the beautiful cathedral and walked around the old city. It was beautiful and I would definitely come back for a trip here to see more of this city and the island itself.

Visited: Sep 18, 2018

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