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The area is popular with mainly German, British, Spanish and American tourists who stay at the village's 5-star hotel. The emphasis is on civilised relaxation. Not for those who want nightlife or beaches, although these can be found near Palma.

Daytime activities are limited and generally revolve around relaxing by the hotel pool as there is no beach, or exploring the countryside. The village's 1 hotel has live music most nights.

Nightlife is better suited to nearby Palma which has a wide range of nightclubs, bars and discos, as well as cultural events. There are a few bars/cafe/restaurants in the village, and also a Gourmet restaurant at the village's 15 Star hotel.Natural-history and cultural tours arranged by the hotel. Soller mountain train.

Shopping consists of just essentials such as a pharmacy, small supermarket and bakery which fulfil basic requirements; also tobacconist. A tiny Tuesday morning market has a few stalls selling fresh produce. Full range of shops in Palma.

Local excursions consist of natural-history and cultural tours arranged by the hotel. Soller mountain train. A 5-hr hiking trip encompassing prehistoric remains, pine forests and olive groves. Monastery ruins. Helicopter flights. Golf. Deya and country estates. Valldemosa (where Chopin stayed), its monastery and historical sites. Pollensa, with its Roman bridge, historical church and chapel with 365 steps.