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Enjoy A 2.5-Hour Private Tour As You Walk Down The Streets Of Valldemossa



  • Tour Category

    Private Tour

  • Tour Types

    Food and Drink, History, Walking

  • Duration

    2.5 Hours

  • Activity Level


  • Language



With its car-free cobbled alleys and rich cultural heritage, the town of Valldemossa is a treat to visit. Walk through the decorated streets to reach the famous Carthusian monastery and learn how history gave form to the town of Valldemossa. Visit the local handicraft stores and try hot chocolate with potato biscuits.

  • Explore the Carthusian monastery where Chopin and George Sand once stayed
  • Learn about the local lore and the well-known potato biscuit
  • Walk Down the Streets of Valldemossa expand_more
    • We will walk through the narrow streets decorated with beautiful pots of plants and flowers. Most of the houses maintain their typical stone façade with Mallorquin blinds. The guide will also take you around the Carthusian monastery, where the famous composer Frédéric Chopin stayed with George Sand during their visit to the town in 1838. 
    • You will also learn more about how history has shaped the town: Valldemossa is the birthplace of Santa Catalina Tomàs, a peasant girl born in 1531 who became a nun in Palma and was renowned for her humility; you will see her images appearing everywhere in the village.
    • Walking around, the guide will help you familiarise yourself with the town's present, such as an excursion to the fine local handicraft shops and fashion shops. Finally, you will learn more about the typical local fare, including almond shakes or hot chocolate with potato biscuits, which Valldemossa is known for.
What's Included
  • English-speaking tour guide
What's Excluded
  • Gratuities
  • Entrance fees (if applicable)
Cancellation Policy

For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -

Refund of 80% of the tour price.
Tour Reviews
  • J


    Great tour guide

    Our tour guide was exceptional! Her knowledge of Valldemossa's history was impressive, and we loved visiting the local artisan shops and trying some traditional food.

  • S


    Fascinating landamrks

    Our guide was passionate about the village's history and showed us some fascinating landmarks, like the old Carthusian monastery.

  • L


    Savoring the Flavors of Valldemossa Was like mouth watering to my eyes

    Indulge your senses in the flavours of Valldemossa, where culinary delights await around every corner. From the rich aroma of freshly baked potato biscuits to the decadent sweetness of hot chocolate, the town's local delicacies are a feast for the palate. Whether you're dining in a cozy cafe or sampling street food from a market stall, you'll discover a world of flavors reflecting Valldemossa's rich culinary heritage. Savoring the flavors of Valldemossa is not just a meal, it's an experience that tantalizes the taste buds and leaves you craving more.

  • J


    Knowledgeable and fun tour

    Our guide was knowledgeable and fun, and we enjoyed the Valldemossa walking tour. We saw some amazing places like the fine local handicraft shops and fashion shops and had a great time learning about the village's history.

  • A


    Such an informative tour

    The Valldemossa walking tour was one of the best tours we've ever done! Our guide took us on a lovely stroll through the village's picturesque streets and showed us some of the must-see landmark.

  • C


    Exploration at its best

    The medieval buildings and charming alleys whispered tales of the town's rich history, and I couldn't help but be enchanted by its timeless allure. Every corner seemed to hold a story, from the ancient architecture to the quaint cafes bustling with locals and visitors alike. Sampling the local delicacies was a highlight of my visit, each bite infused with flavors that spoke of tradition and heritage. As I sipped on a cup of freshly brewed coffee, I imagined the generations of people who had gathered in these same spots over the centuries, sharing laughter, stories, and moments of joy. Valldemossa isn't just a town; it's a living museum of history and culture. Each stone, each building, carries the memories of those who came before us, reminding us of the resilience and spirit of its people. Walking through its streets, I couldn't help but feel a profound sense of connection to the past, and a deep appreciation for the beauty and heritage that surrounds me.

  • E


    Fantastic Tour Guide

    Our tour guide was fantastic! She gave us an informative and entertaining tour of Valldemossa, taking us to see the famous landmarks like the Carthusian monastery. We would highly recommend this tour!

Starting From


USD 304 / group

Total number of people (Min: 1 , Max: 10)