Though this small town might be known for its relaxed pace of life, that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to do. Grab your hiking boots and go a little off the beaten track, the countryside is beautiful around this part of the island – particularly when the almond blossom is out. Or for something quite unique to Alaró, head to the Tony Mora factory shop and pick up your own personalised pair of cowboy boots! There is much to enjoy in this peaceful town in the southern slopes of the Tramuntana mountains.
Whether you’re an outdoorsy type or prefer to just soak up the laid-back atmosphere, you’ll find lots to do in and around Alaró. Perhaps you’re thinking of moving to the area? Mandy Fletling from real estate agents Living Blue, explains the benefits of living in Alaró, which she says is all about traditional living and love of nature.