Surrounding area of the Hotel Es Moli-Deia-Majorca

The Country House Hotel with Charm Es Moli in Deia (Majorca) is ideally situated for outings and excursions in the surrounding area. There is so much to discover. We have made a few suggestions below, but if you want to visit any other parts of the island or would like us to suggest an outing, don’t hesitate to contact our team at reception.
Here are some recommended visits and excursions:

SÓLLER and THE PORT OF SÓLLER

SÓLLER y PUERTO DE SÓLLER
Sóller and its natural port can be found just 12km from the Country House Hotel with Charm Es Moli in Deia (Majorca).
During your trip to Sóller we recommend you visit for example:
Sóller Botanic Gardens (Founded in 1985)
Address: The road from Palma to the Port of Sóller, km 30.5
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday (April-October) from 10 to 18 h. Closed Sunday and holidays. 
Those who want to find out more about the natural history of Majorca can view the extensive collection of the endemic species of the Sierra de Tramuntana; there is a collection of medicinal plants; there is also a collection of fruit and vegetable species native to the Balearic Islands.
 
Ca´n Prunera Modernist Museum (1911), Calle de la Luna 90, Sóller
Opening hours: from 10.30 to 18.30 h, Tuesday to Sunday, closed Monday.
Market
Every Saturday morning from 08.30 to 13.00h
Sóller railway and tram
The Sóller railway celebrated its 100th anniversary on the 16th of April 2012.
Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy a unique train journey.
Routes:
Sóller – Palma – Sóller
Sóller – Puerto de Sóller – Sóller
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VALLDEMOSSA

Valldemossa can be found just 9km from the Country House Hotel with Charm Es Moli in Deia (Majorca). We recommend you visit:
Real Cartuja, the old monastery where Frédéric Chopin and the French writer George Sand (Book: A Winter in Majorca) stayed in 1838..
Fundación Coll Bardolet, exhibits the pictorial work of Josep Coll Bardolet (1912-2007).