Top 10 Things to do in Selva, Spain

April 9, 2018 Marissa Gamble

Selva is a coastal comarca (county) in Catalonia, Spain, located between the mountain range known as the Serralada Transversal or Puigsacalm and the Costa Brava (part of the Mediterranean coast). Unusually, it is divided between the provinces of Girona and Barcelona, with Fogars de la Selva being part of Barcelona province, and all other municipalities falling inside Girona province. Also unusually, its capital, Santa Coloma de Farners, is no longer among its larger municipalities, with the coastal towns of Blanes and Lloret de Mar having far surpassed it in size.
Restaurants in Selva

1. Sa Tafona de Caimari

Carretera Inca-Lluc km 6, 07314 Caimari, Majorca, Spain
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4.5 based on 21 reviews

Sa Tafona de Caimari

Reviewed By Cfab777 - Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Caimari is the centre of olive oil production and it is possible to taste and buy a range of olive oil products. The shop also sells a range of flavoured salts, wooden products, wines, Knutson, cosmetic items etc. Well worth a visit.Thank you very much for your comment, we hope to see you again soon. Sa Tafona de Caimari

2. Museo del calzado Selva

Carretera Lluc 47, 07313 Selva, Majorca, Spain +34 971 51 57 34
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5 based on 1 reviews

Museo del calzado Selva

Our Museum of Shoes and period machinery is located in the small village of Selva, where there is a tradition of shoe making that dates back a hundred years. Selva stands at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, declared a UNESCO world heritage site.

Reviewed By Katja M - Berlin, Germany

Wir haben einige wunderbare Stunden bei Kollflex verbracht. Das kleine Museum gibt einen interessanten Einblick in die Schuh- und Taschenverarbeitung. Im angrenzenden Verkaufsraum haben wir eine wunderbare Handtasche und Schuhe in Größe 38/39 für meinen Ehemann erworben. Wir wurden sehr freundlich, zuvorkommend und kompetent bedient. Wir werden wiederkommen.

3. Coves de Campanet

Cuevas de Campanet | Highway Palma - Sa Pobla. Exit 37, 07310 Campanet, Majorca, Spain +34 971 51 61 30
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4.5 based on 412 reviews

Coves de Campanet

The Caves of Campanet are situated in the north of the island in an unspoilt valley which captures the unique character and charm of rural Majorca. They cover an area of 3.200 Square metres. The tour, of approximately 40 minutes, will take you through beautifully decorated chambers and passageways. Deep in the caves you will see magnificient stalagmites and stalactites sculpted by water throughout millions of years. Their variety, delicacy and color are outstanding. Of scientific interest are the signs of the existence of Henrotius Jordai, an indigenous, carnivorous, blind beetle and the remains of Myotragus Balearicus, an indigenous mammal believed extinct about 4000 years ago. From the bar and spacious Terrace you can enjoy the sun and the beauty of the San Miguel valley.

Reviewed By SandyKin2013 - Chester, United Kingdom

Friendly staff, spectacular cave - and such beautiful building and surroundings. Was equally magical to sit and eat and enjoy the beauty of valley. Wowed by the caves and the magic of Mother Nature- yes no photos but means you take it in and experience...MoreThank you so much for choosing us and for your visit. Hope see you again. It´s nice to know that people enjoyed our visits and our surroundings.

4. Inca Market

Main Road, Inca, Majorca, Spain
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4 based on 23 reviews

Inca Market

Reviewed By Bobert44 - Great Dunmow, United Kingdom

Take a morning out to visit this market if you get the chance! While driving through the streets trying to find somewhere to park you can see stalls down pretty much every street!
We found an underground multi story car park right in the centre which was not an all expensive.
The market is great with a bit of everything for everyone! Mainly leather goods like handbags, belts and accessories, but a lot of clothing both traditional and modern.
Be prepared to haggle! It's all part of the experience and I managed to save a few quid!

5. Mes Aventura

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5 based on 52 reviews

Mes Aventura

Mes aventura is an adventure sports company from Mallorca. We offer all kinds of outdoor activities: canyoning, coasteering, climbing, caving, hiking ... Our biggest challenge is to offer our customers a unique activity, lots of fun and an unforgettable experience in a stunning island as Mallorca.

Reviewed By Monica B

This is the best way to discover the secret of the Island!thanks to our guide Toni, we had a very exciting and fabulous aventures with great company and amazing views!! the trekking, rappeling and climbing were an unforgettable experience! thank you guys!I will definitely repeat once I come back and for sure I recommend the experience!

6. Santuari de Lluc

Plaza Peregrins 1, 07315 Lluc, Majorca, Spain +34 971 87 15 25
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4 based on 380 reviews

Santuari de Lluc

Reviewed By rikbrown73 - Sheffield, United Kingdom

the location is fantastic, in a valley between Mountains helps it portray a peaceful atmosphere. The basilica is truly impressive built of marble and the interior is stunning. unfortunately didn't have time to walk the grounds or Gardens but will be back to do them...MoreThank you for your comment, we are glad to know that you had a nice visit in the Santuari. We hope see you soon, maybe the next time in a room from the hospedery.

7. Castell d Alaro

Alaro, Majorca, Spain
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4.5 based on 205 reviews

Castell d Alaro

Reviewed By SouthWalesTraveller - South Wales

We walked up from Orient. Not only is the walk good (though strenuous) and the views superb but right at the top is a little café in a glorious location. How they built all the buildings up there is a mystery but the day to day needs are all brought up by mule (so £1.50 for a Twix bar is actually good value).

8. Bodega Ribas

Calle Muntanya 2, 07330 Consell, Majorca, Spain +34 971 62 26 73
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Bodega Ribas

Personalised guided tours though the winery with explanations on the history of the bodega and the winemaking process. Visits conclude with a tasting of a selection of wines served in the garden or inside the 18th Century family house. Prior booking is required. The guided tour can be done in Spanish, English, German, Dutch or French. Catering is available for groups on request. Please note that during harvest, the winery will remain closed from 14h to 16h. Thank you!

Reviewed By Kateryna G - Chicago, Illinois

We visited 4 wineries while in Mallorca and this was our favorite. The guide was very good at explaining all the production nuances and the tasting was superb.

9. Mallorca Wine Tours

Santa Maria del Cami, Majorca, Spain
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Mallorca Wine Tours

Join any of our tours through the wine region of Binissalem. You will visit the oldest and best wineries of the island to know their history, secrets and of course taste their award winning wines. We want you to learn about why our wines are unique, we also want you to improve your wine tasting skills with us but always having fun! We will also tour you through the country side to show you the oldest vineyards of the island (70 years old) and also have a taste in the middle of the fields. All tastes come with typical Mallorquin tapas. We can also organize any type of typical meals for you on our famous "Finca Tour"

Reviewed By chip&dale - uk

My family and I decided to book the Mallorca Wine Train Tour and contacted Miriam to arrange. The tour exceeded our expectations, Miriam our guide talked about each of the bodegas we visited with a wealth of knowledge, her passion about the local wine was clear to see which made our day a wonderful experience. I can't rate this tour highly enough, thank you Miriam you are a credit to the Malloran tourist industry. Thanks again Wendy Worrall

10. Canyon de la Calobra

Carrer Port de Sa Calobra, 07315 Escorca, Majorca, Spain +34 971 89 70 67
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4.5 based on 332 reviews

Canyon de la Calobra

Reviewed By Miodrag K

What nature did in this place is amazing. The snake road is excelent quality, you have nothing to fear if experienced in driving. Parking is a problem past 11am so be there early. And don't park outsude, local police is giving 200eur fines.
This place is a must see in Mallorca.

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