Serra de Tramuntana

Stretching from the western to the northern tip of Mallorca, the Serra de Tramuntana can be seen from almost anywhere on the island. It's only natural that visitors will want to take a closer look, and what they'll find is not so much an untamed wilderness but a historic landscape that has changed little since the Moors made their home here in medieval times.


The Llevant Peninsula

If you like untamed mountains, tourist-free towns and unfrequented beaches then this unspoiled corner of Mallorca ticks all the right boxes.  A natural park has kept the developers and hordes out, ensuring that those who do make the effort will have the freedom to walk, cycle or take a car rental drive across this beautiful part of the island undisturbed.


El Campello

Conveniently placed just a few kilometres up the coast by car rental from Alicante, El Campello is a seaside town with everything you could wish from a Mediterranean destination in a neat little package. Blue Flag beaches are on the waterfront, there's history and culture to be discovered, golf courses a few minutes away and a backcountry of rocky mountains a brief drive inland. 

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A Day Trip To Pals: What To See And Do

Less than 50 minutes from Girona Airport, you can find the quaint and idyllic village of Pals, situated just off the Costa Brava. If you are exploring Girona and nearby areas, then it is well worth picking up a hire car from Drivalia at Girona Airport and heading to the rustic and charming village of Pals.