An attractive destination by anyone’s standards, Valldemossa perfectly demonstrates early Spanish culture as typified in the many shops and restaurants on offer.
A quaint and quiet village steeped in history, with a population of just 2,000, the frequent day trippers are drawn to the narrow, cobbled streets which have remain largely unchanged for centuries.
Sights to see include a grand old monastery and former royal residence called the Real Cartuja de Valldemossa which was also once briefly home to the 19th century composer Frédéric Chopin.
There is also Sa Foradada, a famous landmark that offers some stunning scenery and beautiful sunsets and Son Marroig, a charming mansion which hosts a series of classical concerts from June to September.
There is actually a whole schedule of events throughout the summer months, which provide another reason for the popularity of this beautiful village. The fine architecture and peaceful environment attract buyers looking for a prestigious property in which to spend their time.