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Nestled amidst the breathtaking Tramuntana Mountains of Mallorca, Alaro beckons travellers with its timeless allure and serene ambiance. Steeped in rich history and surrounded by lush olive groves, this picturesque village offers a peaceful escape amidst stunning natural landscapes.

Why to choose Alaro?

Burrowed in a peaceful valley south of the Serra de Tramuntana, Alaro exudes rustic charm and tranquillity. This picturesque village is steeped in history, with its roots dating back to Moorish times. Its narrow streets wind through ancient stone houses, leading to quaint squares and cosy cafes. Alaro is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty, offering hiking trails that meander through lush olive groves and rugged terrain, leading to the iconic castle of Alaro perched atop a rocky peak. 


While Alaro itself is inland and doesn’t have a beach, the nearest coastal towns like Port de Soller or Alcudia are around a 30 to 40-minute drive away, and Cala Deia is 35 minutes away, offering easy access to the stunning beaches of Mallorca’s coastline. 


Visitors can immerse themselves in the local culture by exploring the weekly market, sampling traditional Mallorcan cuisine at local restaurants, or simply soaking in the laid-back atmosphere of this enchanting village. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures or peaceful relaxation, Alaro promises an unforgettable experience in the heart of Mallorca’s stunning countryside.

Where to eat in Alaro

The famous lamb restaurant Es Verger – a rustic establishment halfway up the Puig de Alaro mountain, offering typical Mallorcan cuisine.

Italian food is well represented at places like La Bufala.

For authentic local dishes, check out Sa Fonda and Cabrit i Bassa. But many people love El Trastero the most because they serve a mix of local and international food that tastes really good.

If you’re in search of something extraordinary, take a ride outside of Alaro to the beautiful Deia village for an unforgettable dining experience. Look no further than El Olivio at Belmond La Residencia.

Things to do in Alaro

Alaró, nestled amidst the scenic Tramuntana Mountain range, has become a sought-after destination for both hikers and cyclists alike. With easy access to some of Mallorca’s finest road routes, it’s a haven for both amateur enthusiasts and seasoned professionals. The rugged terrain surrounding the town boasts renowned hiking trails, drawing nature lovers from far and wide.

In the heart of Alaró, the charming town square offers the perfect setting for unwinding and soaking in the local ambiance. From beloved pizza joints to delightful ice cream parlours, there’s something to delight every palate, particularly appealing to younger visitors. Meandering through the quaint cobbled alleys reveals a diverse array of dining options, reflecting the town’s multicultural essence.

Every Saturday, Alaró comes alive with its vibrant weekly market, running from 8:00 to 14:00. Visitors flock to peruse the stalls brimming with fresh local produce and clothing, adding to the town’s dynamic atmosphere.

Things you can’t miss while in Alaro:

  • Hike the picturesque mountains.

  • Explore winding cycling routes.

  • Browse the vibrant weekly market.

  • Tour local vineyards.

  • Witness the stunning almond blossom.

  • Visit art galleries.

  • Simply relax and watch life unfold in peaceful plazas.

  • Don’t miss the chance to visit Tony Mora’s factory shop for a unique pair of custom cowboy boots, adding a touch of local craftsmanship to your experience.

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