Driving along the beautiful seaside promenade, you'll enjoy the views of the marina filled with luxurious yachts on one side and hotels on the other. You'll then pass the magnificent cathedral and the Almudaina Palace going to the center of Palma through streets filled with luxurious shops, and Via Roma where the flower market is held under the shade of the plane trees. Continue on towards Santa Maria, admiring the views of the most agricultural part of the island. Your final destination is the well-known cellars of Macia Batle in the village of Santa Maria. Its 250 acres of vineyards are distributed in the denominations of the region with special emphasis on the rare autochthon Majorcan grapes, not leaving out other traditional varieties. By combining these grapes, the results are beautifully composed wines with unforgettable character. The agreeable sun and microclimate of Majorca join with the soft winds of the Mediterranean to guarantee a top quality wine, something that the Romans, keen wine makers, already knew. Discover how such wines are created and enjoy a tasting of different wines with some snacks; an experience for all your senses. Returning to Palma, you'll make a photo stop at Bellver Castle from where you'll have a beautiful view over the pier and the city.
Note: This tour is not suitable for passengers with wheelchairs or those with walking difficulties as there are 40 steps into the winery.
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Very quick stop at Bellver Castle -- great photo ops here!
The stop at Macia Batle winery was educational and tasty! Tasted just two wines: one white, one red; and a sweet sherry (very sweet, very strong). Go ahead and try the appetizers -- they were also very good.
The excursion was short enough it allowed time to also explore Palma and take a free shuttle back to the port.