Wine Traditions of Mallorca
We will drive first to the picturesque town of Santa Maria del Cami, known by the locals as just Santa Maria, sits in Mallorca’s central flat plain, in one of the island's most prominent wine growing regions. On the doorstep of the Serra de Tramuntana, it boasts one of the most magnificent mountain backdrops while being surrounded by olive, almond and carob trees, along with a growing number of vineyards. Santa Maria del Cami’s parish church is one of the most beautiful buildings in the town and is a wonderful example of Mallorca’s Baroque past. You can’t help but admire the attention to detail that went into building the temple between 1718 and 1756. The town hall, like in many other villages in Mallorca, is a typical 17th-century Renaissance building in the main square. It was once the town's prison, and it is still possible to peak through the iron fence to see the room where the prisoners were once kept. Santa Maria is home to one of Mallorca's biggest and best markets. Every Sunday, locals and visitors gather to search out bargains of everything from locally grown fresh produce to clothing or arts and crafts. After the visit, we will lead to Angel wine cellar, where will visit the cellar and we will enjoy a tasting of four of well-know wines accompanied with cheese, Spanish meat and bread.
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Port: Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands
Duration: 4 hours
Price: 159 USD