Fly from Manchester Airport at 0820 to Palma Majorca with coach transfer to the Illa D'Or Hotel (www.hotelillador.com) on the famous "Pine Walk" along Bahia de Pollensa A light lunch is included today.
Alcudia: Roman Pollentia, Market, Old Town C'an Picafort: Dune systems Albufera: Conservation Centre, Migratory Birds
Formentor Peninsula: A limestone escarpment at the northern tip of the Tremontana Range. Stunning scenery and endemic plants. Churchill and Roosevelt conferred at the Formentor Hotel in 1943 whilst, in the 50s, the peninsular provided the film location for "South Pacific". Cala Figuera Cala Boquer: A popular valley with bird watchers, especially for birds of prey such as the Black Buzzard and Eleanora's Falcon. It also houses interesting populations of endemic plants.
Arta: Ses Paisses Neolithic settlement. The Arta Peninsula is home to woodland dominated by Aleppo Pine and several endemic shrubs. Cala Estreta: Woodland and endemic dwarf shrubs, coastal fortifications.
Alfabia: Home of the last Moorish governor who converted to Christianity after the Spanish invasion. Set high up on the mountainside, the house and gardens are cool havens away from the heat of the summer. Soller: Magnificent botanical gardens and picturesque port Deia: Home of Robert Graves Son Marroig: One of the homes of Austrian Archduke Luis Salvador who spent years studying the natural history of the Balearic Islands. The endemic buckthorn is named after him. Valdemossa: Retreat of Chopin and George Sands.
Lluc: Benedictine Monastery Massanella: Woodland Maquis and Garigue
Pollensa: Old town, Calvari (stations of the cross), lunch at II Giardino, a fine Italian restaurant in the centre of old Pollensa (included).
Transfer to Palma Airport for flight to Manchester, arriving 15.00.
|Price per person:|
|In twin shared room:||£1,300|
|Single room supplement:||£50|
|Supplement for Sea View Room (per person)||£80 (Sea View rooms are only available for double occupancy)|
|Depositfor this Study Tour:||£200|
Rates of exchange used are as at 1st May 2014