CAIMARI is a beautiful village located in the foothills of the Tramuntana mountain range, UNESCO heritage and famous for the olive oil produced there. Surrounded by millenary olive groves, it is also an area of carob and almond trees whose flowers bloom from February to March flooding the landscape with colors and announcing spring.
In summer the bougainvillea highlights the dry stone walls that frame the farms and roads around.
It is also a cattle area and therefore wild sheep and goats brighten the view to see them graze in the fields and mountains.
Caimari is located in a strategic place as it is a starting point for hikers, lovers of roads and trails that ascend the mountain through the forests of the Tramuntana and also local roads that connect the many picturesque villages such as Binibona , Selva, Moscari, Campanet, Mancor la Vall ... making bike rides a delight for the senses. For this reason, this area is famous among lovers of both amateur and professional cycling.
Exist several markets and annual fairs such as La feria de la oliva in Caimari in the month of November.
Just 20 minutes by car we reach the bays of Alcúdia and Pollensa, with incredible beaches and coves. Both Alcúdia and Pollensa offer a wide variety of restaurants.