Here is the best travel guide to enjoy the beaches, heritage, restaurants, bars and nature of the village of Banyalbufar (Majorca). Here you will find, through a virtual 3D fly-by, practical information about the municipality divided into categories: WHAT’S WORTH VISITING - Beaches and coves, cultural heritage, fishing ports, wineries...; WHERE TO STAY - hotels, hostels, guesthouses; WHERE TO EAT - local cuisine restaurants, signature cuisine, Mediterranean cuisine, grills, tapas, bars, cafes; SERVICES - town hall, health centre, pharmacy and municipal parking. In short, Banyalbufar, the must-see sights is essential to know and get the most out of this village located in the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana.
Banyalbufar is well known for its terraced landscapes, where the excellent regrown vineyards -as our ancestors did in the past- produce the renowned Malvasia wine and the tomàtiga de ramellet (a local variety of tomato hanging on strings), highly appreciated in Majorcan cuisine. Banyalbufar is also a traditional fishing village, and this is reflected in its rich cuisine, which can be tasted on the terraces of the hotels and restaurants that offer great views of the vastness of the Mediterranean Sea and its breathtaking sunset .
The municipality offers several alternatives to enjoy both the sea and the mountains, as well as hiking trails throughout the length and breadth of the Sierra de Tramuntana, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Reminder: Navigate through Banyalbufar, the must-see sights and enjoy yourself. Let us help you live an unforgettable experience in the Sierra de Tramuntana.
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