Located 17 kilometres from Palma de Mallorca, Valldemossa is one of the essential visits on the island. The road to Valldemossa will take us into the Tramuntana mountain range, declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, to discover a village with a medieval air in a beautiful valley surrounded by mountains, which is 435 metres above sea level. The valley is rich in springs and is surrounded by lush vegetation (ancient olive trees, holm oaks and almond trees, etc...) which offers the visitor a sense of calm and tranquillity. Its cobbled streets and rich cultural heritage make Valldemossa a visit that, as Mallorcans, we cannot fail to recommend. There are small squares, such as Cartuja or Ramón Llull, and charming streets full of cafés with terraces, such as Blanquerna. It is essential to visit the church of San Bartolomé and the house where Catalina Thomàs was born in Rectoria street, where there is a chapel in honour of the only saint on the island, born in Valldemossa in 1531. Valldemosa is undoubtedly one of the most charming villages in Spain.