On this extraordinarily big tour you have the tail wind already included in your bookings and you will have an outstanding experience on the Majorca island.

You will travel with lightweight luggage as your suitcases are transported by us and in the evenings they will already be in the hotel.

Here’s a short overview of the 8 Zunnydayz of which you’ll be 6 days on tour:

1) Hello there !

The most important thing today … arriving.

After the check-in we kindly ask you to get in touch with the local hotline (via telephone or Whatsapp) in order to check the appointment for the handing over of the scooters and the meeting in which we give you all the information you need for your trip.

After that we wish you a wonderful first evening on this sunny island.

But keep in mind – tomorrow you’ll have to be fit to drive 😉

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2.) Overview ‘n’ salty South

From the Playa de Palma you first go on quiet paths to the idyllic center of the island, through original villages up to the Puig de Randa, from where you can see almost all the coasts.

Small market places invite to coffee and the loud Ballermann falls into oblivion.

From the charming village center of Porreres you descend down Llucmajor, to wonderful coastal roads, bays and baths, down to the south of the island with its salt lakes and the natural beach Es Trenc, probably the most beautiful beach on the island.

In Colónia de Sant Jordi you have reached your destination and can end the evening in this former fishing village.

Of course you will find tips for places to go and sightseeing directly in your travel documents.

3.) Boats ‘n’ Coves

The second day of the tour (3rd day of travel) is only seemingly shorter with its 120km, because you should schedule about 50% more travel time due to the lead of the road.

The first bathing possibility in the Cala Santanyí you reach early today, which is quite pleasant not at least because of the high guest frequency.

In the picturesque village of Santanyí you will find shopping and dining.

Even if the breakfast is not too long ago, before heading towards the secluded natural park of Mondragó, the wonderful tapas creations in the Restaurant Sa Cova would be just the thing now.

After the shady bays in the Mondragó Park, you will continue to Felanitx through ports, coastal towns and sleepy villages. And after great views and mountain roads over wooded paths back to the coast to little frequented beaches and over the most remote roads up to Cala Millor / Cala Bona where you spend the night.

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4.) Oposites ‘n’ Culture

Anyone who believes to already anticipate the opposites of Majorca will be overwhelmed today.

After a round trip through Cala Ratjada – the ray bay – one of the most important fishing ports in Majorca and a popular tourist destination, you go in a roundabout way past Artá, next to olive trees, rocks and grassbucks to the former monastery of Eremita de Betlem (view with goose-skin guarantee. ..) and back to Artá, a cultural and culinary highlight of the island.

Afterwards, you will discover the rural part and after the imposing entry of Muró you will go down into the island’s granary. Past Sa Pobla and the S’Albufera Nature Park, the largest wetland area in the Balearic Islands, and one of the most impressive in the Mediterranean Sea, you will return to the coast from where you can visit Alcúdia, the ancient capital of the island, your current home in Port de Pollença or Port De Alcúdia.

In one of these fishing villages you will stay 2 nights and are faced with the choice … tomorrow on tour or just relax?

5.)Anything may-nothing has to

As the name suggests, today’s day offers the opportunity to just chill or stroll through the shopping mile.

For those of you who want to go, there is of course a wonderful round trip to Cap Formentor with almost unreal views, the surrounding beaches and bays, and the center of Pollenca. The route continues through Alcúdia with its historic city wall and many sights. And here, too, the secret beach sections of the peninsula can not be missed.

Of course, the individual sections of the route can be combined individually and you alone decide whether, and if so, how much you want to do today.

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6.) Mountain high-Valley low

It is going to be mountainious!

The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range – since 2011 a UNESCO world cultural heritage site – stretches over the entire north-west of the island.

And this is exactly where you are going today.

Cultural enthusiasts have the opportunity to visit Santuari de Lluc on the way through the mountains. Afterwards we go downhill to the valley of Sa Calobra via serpentines between rocky canyons and wooded sections directly to the coast. Along the water, the path to the Torrent de Pareis winds through caves with subtle lighting and ends in an unreal looking environment between rock faces and untouched nature. With its small pebble beach and crystal clear water a must!

Another very little frequented bathing bay, the Cala Tuent, can be reached before passing the mountain lakes Gorg Blau and Cuber, before heading to the next valley of the Tramuntana, Port de Sóller.

Your descent will lead you through Fornalutx, the most beautiful village in Spain with its picturesque citrus gardens, to Sóller with its playful architecture and from there to Port de Sóller where you spend the night.

Let yourself be enchanted by the romantic beach promenade and the unique view of the harbor in this idyllic coastal town surrounded by picturesque mountain chains.

7.) Artists ‘n’ partyists

Over the sleepy artist’s village of Deijà with its hidden bay (Cala de Deijà) up to the plateau with olive trees and a view of the sea and coast, you descend to Port de Andratx, the western highlight of the island.

Afterwards, you will be on the way to the secret tips of the south-west and past the party miles back to Palma or Playa de Palma. Depending on what place you decide to stay for your last night.

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8.) Hasta la vista

Unfortunately, but also the most beautiful holiday goes to an end. When exactly, you decide. Additional nights and / or connections for the scooter you can of course also book directly over us.

And do not worry … we are already working on new tours. So have a look at our website from time to time, perhaps some time soon it says: We have prepared something ….

See you then – Hasta la vista