Exploring Lloseta, Mallorca

Posted: Friday, 11th November 2011

Lloseta is a small village in the Raiguer district on the island of Mallorca at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains. The terrain can be quite rugged but it is still easily explorable by foot.

Olive trees populate the mountainous areas, while almond and carob trees grow in the South of the region. For those interested in history, there are many archeological sites as it is believed that the area was inhabited in pre-historic times.

More recent sightseeing opportunities include the neo-classical church, which houses a beautiful statue of la Mare de Déu, and Aiamans palace, the ancient residence of the municipality´s main landowners. To access Lloseta you can either drive or catch a train from Palma, the main city of Mallorca.

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