Explore at your own pace with a private vehicle, and a licensed English-speaking guide at your service. The exclusive tours are designed to allow you the chance to customize your time ashore and discover the most interesting sights in the comfort and privacy of your own vehicle. With your private vehicle, and the personalized attention of your English-speaking guide, you will have the flexibility and independence to design your itinerary ashore according to your own interests, and take in the sights at your own pace.
Here are some examples of guided walking tours:
- A Subterranean music concert in the caves and the Beautiful Pearls of Mallorca. 5 Hours. Begin your tour at 9:30 a.m. for a day trip to the eastern area of the island.
- Porto Cristo, one of the oldest towns dating to the Middle Ages, is a charming fishing village on the edge of a sheltered bay.
- The nearby Caves of Drach are home to the largest subterranean lake in the world, Lake Martel. Enjoy a boat ride on the lake while listening to a concert of classical music. The exceptional lighting system enhances the natural beauty of the caves, where stalactites and stalagmites form fascinating shapes in the water, giving the impression of mountains growing from the depths. There will be a stop for lunch (additional cost) and then a visit to a local pearl factory to see how pearls are created, cultivated and then treated to become world renowned Mallorca Pearls. Shoppers will delight in the reasonable factory prices of Mallorca Pearl jewelry. Return to your hotel.
- Palma Jewish Quarter. This itinerary is designed to offer a chance to discover one of the most important Jewish quarters in the medieval Mediterranean, inhabited by sages, doctors, astronomers and cartographers Jafuda and Abraham Cresques. This itinerary is designed to last approximately two hours in order to guarantee suitable management, with the aim of highlighting certain especially relevant aspects to be observed by the official guides who will lead the tour. The best tour of Palma de Mallorca for your group could be the incredible Jewish Quarter "el call " in the old Alfama of Medina Majurca. This walking tour last two hours. You will imagine how the "xuetes" (Converted Jews) used to live and how they were organized in social levels Those of the "orella alta " (High class) or those of "orella baixa" (Lower class). They lived in the ghetto until the last pogrom (1391). Then they were forced to convert by the Spanish Inquisition. Some of them continued as "Cripto-jew", and it was not until the end of the 17th century that the label "xueta" was truly earned and the whole community was properly Catholic. The Xuetes have historically been stigmatized and until the first half of the 20th century practiced, and were seen alighted to practice, strict endogamy. Today, an estimated 18,000 people in the island carry Xueta surnames.
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