Valldemossa

THE VALLEY OF THE MUSA

About Valldemossa

Valldemossa is a quiet traditional village with cobbled streets and pretty stone houses, each doorway and street is lined with cute pots with green plants and flowers making the little town one of the most beautiful in Mallorca. The village is the highest on the island at 435 meters above sea level and is nestled in the stunning lush Tramontana Mountains.

The old Carthusian monastery known as the ‘Real Cartuja de Valldemossa’ is a centrepiece to the village, and was originally founded as a royal residence until it was changed to a monastery in 1399. Writers, artists and composers found inspiration in Valldemossa, including composer Chopin, who lived in Valldemossa during the winter of 1838 – 39. It was at the Real Cartuja that Chopin spent the winter with the French writer Aurore Dupin, better known as her alias George Sand.

The charming little streets of the village are filled with cafes, galleries and gift shops. Traditional family bakeries can still be found in Valldemossa and serve up the local delight of ‘coca de patata’ translated to ‘potato cake’.

Valldemossa

  • Palma Airport : 35km
  • Palma : 28km
  • Museums
  • Beach : 1km
  • Supermarket
  • Hotels
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Art & Culture

HOUSES FOR RENT IN THE AREA

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SA QUINTA

Deia, Mallorca

6Bedrooms
6Bathrooms
3Parkings
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Exclusive residence set in a dramatic scenery of Tramontana mountains surrounded by olive grove and rustic gardens, situated on the outskirts of the artistic village of Deia.The villa enjoys one of the most prestigious and elevated locations in the area and offers exceptional panoramic sea and mountain views.
From €20,100 Per Week

CAN MIQUELET

Deia, Mallorca

4Bedrooms
4Bathrooms
2Parkings
10Pictures
13.00Hectare
Completely refurbished hideaway on the mountain top overlooking the sea, the stunning views complete the impeccable design of this property finished to a high standard. The estate of 13 hectares of rustic land, surrounded by the Sierra Tramontana and orange, grapefruit and olive trees, is a perfect retreat away from it all.
From €13,650 Per Week

S'ERA

Deia, Mallorca

6Bathrooms
16Pictures
From €10,000 Per Week

CAN SARALES

Deia, Mallorca

4Bedrooms
5Bathrooms
3Parkings
10Pictures
Newly built villa located by the Deia Church with a great size swimming pool and beautifully designed interiors. The property offers tranquility and privacy together with a convenient location within walking distance to the shops, bars and restaurants.The accommodation is split between two floors with the master bedroom on the main floor together with kitchen, living room and main entrance.
From €5,500 Per Week

SA TAULADA

Deia, Mallorca

3Bedrooms
3Bathrooms
3Parkings
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This delightful, traditional country house approached by a private drive, is set in extensive grounds just few minutes’ drive from the charming village of Deia and Cala Deia.French double doors from the lounge lead out to shaded terraces with dining area, swimming pool, surrounded by a romantic garden.
From €4,600 Per Week

CASA CAROL

Deia, Mallorca

3Bedrooms
3Bathrooms
1Parking
22Pictures
Newly refurbished charming 2 + 1 bedroom house with sea views and private swimming pool within walking distance to the village of Deia.
From €3,500 Per Week
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DRY STONE ROUTE GR221

The dry stone route GR221 ‘la ruta de piedra en seco’ is a very popular 135 km, 8 day trek along the mountains on the west side of Mallorca. The pathways along the walk are lined with old cobbled paths, which were originally built to link the village and estates on the mountain range. The route is famous for its landscape of olive trees on terraces with dry-stone walls and runs from Port D’Andratx all the way to Pollenca.

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PORT OF VALLDEMOSSA

You will find the Port of Valldemossa where the vast Mallorcan coastline is hiding at the base of the mountain valley, there is a tiny cluster of fisherman houses and small fishing boats. A day at the port can be enjoyed swimming in the perfectly clear blue sea, eating fresh seafood in the restaurant and relaxing on the cove enjoying the spectacular view.

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COSTA NORD

Inaugurated in 2000 and financed by Michael Douglas, who owns the house S’Estaca, the house previously owned by the Archduke Ludwig Salvador. The Costa Nord is the main cultural center around the Serra de Tramontana. The visitor is guided through the history of the Balearic Island projecting a documentary produced and presented by Michael Douglas, the tour continues with the introduction of the figure of Archduke Ludwig Salvador of Austria aboard his yacht ‘Nixe’.

Costa Nord complements the cultural visit with the service of cafe restaurant offering lunchtime Majorcan buffet for 14.90 € together with Majorcan desserts and drinks with possibility to repeat as many times as you’d like. The Friday nights in the summer are hosting ‘Nixe Jazz Club’ with a fantastic gourmet menu for 29 €. On Saturday summer nights you can enjoy the live opera dinners ‘Notti of Bel Canto’. Ideal setting to organise events, concerts, corporate dinners, meetings or weddings.

Opening Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: 09.00 – 17.00

Friday & Saturday: 09.00 – 01.00

Web address: www.costanord.es

Tel.: +34 971 61 24 25

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CHOPIN’S CELL

The cell nº4 is the authentic cell where Frederic Chopin spent the winter in 1838/1839. Accompanied by George Sand, he rented the cell, which consisted of three rooms and a garden, situated in Royal Monastery (Real Cartuja). In the central hall of the museum you can find the original rental documents, expense accounts of the couple on the island, including the costs of Chopin’s medical treatments and the costs of transport of his piano to Valldemossa.

Opening Hours: 

December – January

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 15.30

February

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 17.30

March

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 18.00

April – September

Monday to Saturday: 09 take a look at the site here.30 – 19.00

October

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 18.00

November

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 17.30

Sundays from 10.00 to 13.00.

Closed on 25 December, 1 January & Sundays in December and January.

Web address: www.cartujadevalldemossa.com

Tel.: +34 971 61 29 86

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KING SANCHO’S PALACE

The Palace was built at the beginning of the fourteenth century, ordered by King Jaime II, so that his son Sancho could live in comfort and and find relief from the asthma disease he suffered. The palace was used for the royals rest place and whilst residing there hunting was the main activity.

Opening Hours: 

December – January

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 15.40

February

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 17.40

March

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 18.15

April – September

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 19.15

October

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 18.15

November

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 17.45

Sundays from 10.00 to 13.00.

Closed on 25 December, 1 January & Sundays in December and January.

Web address: www.cartujadevalldemossa.com

Tel.: +34 971 61 29 86

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ROYAL CARTUJA

Opening Hours: 

December – January

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 15.00

February

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 17.00

March

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 17.30

April – September

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 18.30

October

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 17.30

November

Monday to Saturday: 09.30 – 17.00

Sundays from 10.00 to 13.00.

Closed on 25 December, 1 January & Sundays in December and January.

Web address: www.cartujadevalldemossa.com

Tel.: +34 971 61 29 86

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