Holidays to Orient offer some of Majorca’s most scenic and serene surroundings. This little village is tucked away in the island’s Tramuntana Mountains, so it’s prime escapism territory.
It’s a traditional looking place, with cobbled streets and timewarp stone houses. There’s not much here – just a handful of restaurants and a couple of local stores, but there lies its charm. Orient is a brilliant springboard for exploring the local countryside – hiking and biking trails lace through the landscape here.
Nearby Alaró has a number of restaurants to try and a market held every week. You’re also close to the impressive vineyards of Binissalem and Santa Maria – the latter is home to an 18-hole golf course
If you’re seeking beaches, it’s a 25-minute drive from the sandy stretch in Soller
. It’s lined with bars and restaurants if you fancy stopping for a dinner after a day laying out, too.