Less touristic than other better known villages in the surrounding area, Banyalbufar preserves the charm of those hidden places where it seems that time has not passed. Banyalbufar welcomes the visitor with its characteristic terraces that go down like steps until they reach the sea. In the past, malvasia vines were cultivated, which were used to produce a wine of excellent quality, which was even considered to have curative properties.

It is a quiet place, but it has an infinite number of attractions: impressive views of the mountains, coves such as Cala Banyalbufar, Es Corral Fals and Son Bunyola and beautiful wineries such as Celler Ca’n Pico or Bodega Son Vives. A small earthly paradise available for anyone who wants to visit it.