Villa Redrema
Trips & Travels

Take time to reconnoitre the island. With a hire car, you can move around freely, and drive along the narrow mountain roads through the stunning Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. Visit one of the famous mountain villages like Valldemossa or Banyalbufar, or the town of Soller and Port de Soller on the island’s west coast. From there, you can get on the mountain roads to the Gate to Paradise, „Torrent de Pareis“ on the bay of Sa Calobra.

Proceeding northwards, you reach Cap de Formentor via Port de Pollenca, where you can delight in the view over the open sea from the high cliffs 232 metres above sea level. Further to the south-east from Alcudia, via the old town of Arta, you access the holiday resort of Cala Ratjada, at Mallorca’s easterly tip. Travelling south from there, past the numerous holiday spots, you reach the town of Porto Cristo, where you can take the opportunity of marvelling at the antiquity and beauty of times long past in the Dragon Caves.

From Porto Cristo, we recommend you drive inland to Manacor, and onwards to Felanitx, to admire the monastery of Santuari de Sant Salvador, at a height of 509 metres. Continuing southwards through the town of Santanyi, you reach Cala Llombards, located on one of the most beautiful marine bays on the Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca. Driving from Santanyi via Llucmajor, you return to Sa Torre. Don’t miss the chance of taking a shopping stroll in the towns. In one of the bigger towns on Mallorca, every day is „market day“, when you can get almost anything your heart desires.

 Mhares See Club Mhares Sea Club

Directly on Mallorca’s south coast, providing a wonderful view of the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean, Mhares Sea Club offers a memorable ambience, making the visitor feel at one with the sea. Set your spirit free while you take a refreshing drink at the poolside, try one of the tasty menus, choose a beauty treatment or spa, or in the evening simply enjoy the magical sunset with a light sea breeze. A little corner of paradise… just a 20 minute stroll from Villa Redrema. Mhares Sea Club is in Puig de Ros, municipality of Llucmajor, on Mallorca’s south coast.

Maioris Golf Club

Maioris Golf Club is part of the town of Llucmajor,in the south-east of the island between Llucmajor and Palma de Mallorca. The golf course is 23 kms from Mallorca’s capital, Palma de Mallorca.

Handicap, par and length of the golf course:

Maioris golf course is par 72. From the white tee, it is 6347 metres long. Ladies and men can play the course from a handicap of -36. The driving range has a 1000 sq.m putting green. There is a choice of tees for 40 players. Approach zones for pitch and putt may also be used. The well-equipped Pro-Shop is available for purchases.


Platja de Palma_2 Platja de Palma

Platja de Palma is both an extensive, 6 kms long beach on the Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca, between the towns of Can Pastilla and S’Arenal, and the holiday resort which grew up around it over the years. It is one of the biggest holiday developments worldwide, and is much frequented, particularly in summer. In winter, however, the picture turns quieter.


DSC03098_1200-1024x683 Harley Davidson

Tight bends, narrow mountain roads and the wonderful scenery of Mallorca. Take in the feeling and freedom on a real HARLEY DAVIDSON, cruising through the island’s varied regions. For you, we’ve found the specialist who shares your passion. Plan a guided tour and discover the secret tips of an insider, or ride solo following the motto „Born to be wild“.


Palma_Aquarium Palma Aquarium

The aquarium is located right on the Playa de Palma in Mallorca’s capital. 55 tanks and 8000 sea creatures from 700 different species are housed at the aquarium. Moreover, 5 million litres of seawater flow on the site. Apart from the inside area, the aquarium also has an extensive outside area. There are additional tanks in the gardens, a children’s playground, as well as a café and restaurant. The highlight of the outside area is the roof garden, in which an Amazon jungle landscape has been replicated.


Puig Major_2 Puig Major

Puig Major is the highest mountain on the Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca, and thus its biggest scenic feature. The mountain is 1445 metres high, located near the north-west coast of the island in the mountainous region known as Tramuntana. It belongs to the district of the municipality of Escorca, but its peak is in a military no-go area, so is off limits.


Santuari de Sant Salvador Santuari de Sant Salvador

The Santuari de Sant Salvador is a former monastery on the Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca, near the town of Felanitx, at a height of 509 metres. Its foundation dates back to the year 1348. Later, after a plague epidemic, it became a famous place of pilgrimage. Since 1992, the monastery has been in private ownership.


Cala Sant Vicenc_2 Cala Sant Vicenç

Cala Sant Vicenc lies between Pollenca and Puerto Pollenca in the north of Mallorca. The former fishing village is the ideal holiday spot for people seeking peace in an area of great natural beauty, and extensive sporting activities. Located just a few kilometres from typical tourist resorts, Cala Sant Vicenc’s naturalness makes it stand out: 4 bays, translucent water and impressive rock formations thrill holidaymakers. Families appreciate the beaches and the friendly atmosphere in the town.


Kathedrale La Seu Cathedral

The cathedral of Palma de Mallorca, mainly referred to as La Seu, is one of the most impressive buildings on the Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca, and a landmark of the island’s capital. Its foundation stone was laid in 1230 on the site of a former mosque from the Moorish era. Its construction was carried out in several stages through into the early 20th century. The cathedral appears in the Gothic style, with influences from various later epochs, and is over 109 metres long.


Cap de Formrntor Cap de Formentor

Cap de Formentor is the easterly end of the Formentor peninsula on Mallorca. The impressive craggy coastline, with its highest point going by the name of Fumart, rising up 384 metres above sea level, and the associated bays of Cala Fiquera, Cala Murta and Cala Pi de la Posada, lie at the most northerly point of the Balearic island of Mallorca. A 13.5 kms long road leads from Puerto de Pollenca to Cap de Formentor.


Bootsausflug The best boat excursions

A long drive in a hot hire car is not an attractive proposition in midsummer. What’s more, the quietest spots on Mallorca are not exactly easy to reach. Luckily, there is a wide choice of boat trips in the high season. It is possible to access hidden beaches in the larger bays, or sail along the coast in a glass-bottomed boat. In addition, certain excursions have become real classics, like island hopping to pre-provisioned islets, isolated bays, or visiting far-away dream beaches.


Kartause von Valldemossa Carthusian monastery of Valldemossa

The Carthusian monastery of Valldemossa is situated in the municipality of the same name with 2000 inhabitants, on the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca. It was founded for the Carthusians in 1399 on the orders of the King of Aragon at that time, Martin the First, and built on the ruins of a former Moorish fortress. The monastery was abolished in 1835. The buildings dating from the 18th century have, however, been preserved, and can now be visited as a museum.


Cuevas del Drach Cuevas del Drach

The dragon caves, located on the east coast of the island, are one of its most important tourist attractions, 1200 metres long, and up to 25 metres deep.

They were known as far back as the Middle Ages, and were explored in 1880 by the German speleologist M.F. Will, and in 1896 by the Frenchman E.A. Martel, in the lake named after him. From 1922 to 1935, the cave was made ready for visitors. The hour long visit includes a classical concert and a boat trip on Lake Martel.


Cala Llombards Cala Llombards

Cala Llombards is one of the numerous marine bays on the Spanish Mediterranean island of Mallorca. It is located in the municipality of Santanyí in the south of the island, which is also one of its best known tourist resorts. The bay and its beach, scarcely overrun by beach goers, is very well maintained and has equally good water quality.


Aqualand El Arenal Aqualand El Arenal

Agualand in El Arenal is Mallorca’s biggest water park, close to the capital of the Balearics Palma and Playa de Palma. With a plot of 220,000 square metres, it has the longest water slide on the island. Especially popular with youngsters, the 16 different pools are equipped with all sorts of water slides. Many green areas, a wave pool, paddling pools for small children and other attractions round off Agualand El Arenal’s offerings, providing fun and relaxation for big and small.