Valldemossa’s Flowering Streets

For today’s post, I’ve unearthed some old pictures from a Sunday trip to the village of Valldemossa earlier this year. It was at the perfect time of the year when it’s sunny and warm (but not too warm).

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All the small streets feature picturesque plants and flowers. I was a bit concerned that someone would awkwardly catch me taking pictures of their house but thankfully it didn’t happen.

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While a bit maze-like and often confusing, the streets really are as quaint and peaceful as they appear.

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A walk in the royal house-turned-monastery’s gardens is a must when visiting. On the bottom of the image you can see a bust of Chopin, who lived there along with George Sand.

It’s no wonder that Valldemossa is considered one of the island’s most beautiful villages; it makes for a great outing!

Are there any hidden gems in your area?

 

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