If you are planning a holiday in Orient, Mallorca, the following information may help by giving you an overview on the resort.
Nervous drivers should not event think about tackling the 10km hairpin road to Orient from Bunyola [a much easier route is available from Alaro]. Those who make it to this village are rewarded with a marvellous sight – one of Mallorca’s tiniest hamlets, nestling among live trees at the foot of the Puig dAlfabia.
Orient is popular with walkers with numerous walk starting from here, including an ascent to Castell dAlaro. It is also popular with weekend day trippers from Palma, who visits its restaurants for Sunday lunch.
ORIENT – MAP
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