4th day Port de Sóller

We were not sure if you can take the policeman in a car like this very seriously.
Bunyola main square.
Coffee time.
Short walk uphill through many, many stairs.
Just us, enjoying together.
Beautiful view on Bunyola and the mountains that surround it.
The look.
Graceful or lazy? A mixture of both.
The look.
Špela – discovering tiny streets.
We have arrived to a beautiful town of Sóller, which is also known as the »Valley of oranges«.
The town has charm and a character and it is worth to visit it.
Sant Bartomeu church on the main square – Plaza de la Constitución – surrounded with lots of bars and cafes.
Cute post box.
A giant grasshopper on a house nr. 13.
Matej patiently waiting for Špela in the shadow of a bush.
Souvenirs – shopping time.
Port de Sóller
Beach, palms, sea, sand, cafes.
Špela’s favourite products are made out of ceramic.
Enjoying the colourfulness of it.
Simply beautiful.
Ferrocarril de Sóller since 1913.
Driving towards Deia. This little village is something special.
Stone houses, green windows, the mountains that surround it.
Valdemossa – This time just passing through, but with the wish of coming back.
Valdemossa from the car. Just breath taking, isn’t it?