Travel Diaries

Valldemossa: An Exceptionally Beautiful Town with Colourful Alleys + An Incredible Spot in Cala Deia

IMG_2994IMG_0545IMG_4168IMG_7731IMG_9184IMG_9185sun hat (mine is old), similar HERE // Ray-Ban sunglasses // sea shell choker (mine is from a local boutique), similar HERE // tie front playsuit // black pearl sandals (mine are from a local boutique), similar HERE // Mango net bag (no longer available), similar HERE

TGIF, fashion lovers! It’s the end of another week as summer comes to an end which makes me kinda sad. But I’m excited to go back to England to start the new academic year and see my friends after a very long break. Anyways! Today’s blog post, which marks as the second #OOTD file, is brought to you from Valldemossa, Mallorca! We took the bus from our hotel in Puerto Portals to Valldemossa and before we even got there, we were greeted by a gorgeous scenery! As the bus was moving really fast, I couldn’t get a high quality picture but if I could, it would look something like the one below!

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I really liked my outfit that I wore in Valldemossa. This tie front playsuit is very comfy and looks like a co-ord although it’s actually a one-piece! I paired this playsuit with my black pearl sandals that I had purchased from a local boutique in Turkey, very similar to these Steve Madden ones. By the way, if you like my sea shell choker, a very popular piece of accessory this season, you can get a similar one HERE. I love how this choker complements almost all of my summer outfits!

Moving on, when we finally got to Valldemossa, we were mesmerised by the beauty of this little town. There were local boutiques, ice cream shops, cute little souvenir stores literally everywhere! The most iconic thing in Valldemossa is the flower pots on every stone wall which makes the perfect photo opportunity! We couldn’t help but take photos in front of every beautiful door as well!


We walked around in this little town and realised although most alleys seem to look alike at first, there is something about each alley that makes them unique yet incredibly gorgeous.

After a couple hours well spent exploring Valldemossa we took the bus to Deia, only half an hour from Valldemossa, to have lunch at this amazing seafood restaurant called “Ca’s Patro March” in Cala Deia. It’s situated just by the sea with an INCREDIBLE view. It’s a quite popular restaurant though, so I suggest making a reservation beforehand to avoid the queue and if you do, definitely ask for a table by the sea! It is quite a long walk from the centre of Deia where the bus stop is, which is why I suggest you arrange a taxi if you’re not driving there.


I had the most amazing sangria at this restaurant! Our food was delicious too, I definitely recommend their calamaris, yumm!

Sooo, that was our second day in Mallorca in a nutshell. We might have gone out clubbing later that night followed by an awful hangover the next day (lol!) when we took a trip to ……… CALO DES MORO! My next post will be on our long journey to Santanyi where we got lost in the middle of nowhere trying to get to one of the best secluded beaches in Mallorca, where the water is literally the bluest of blues!

So until my next post, have an amazing weekend folks!


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