|Although the highway Ma-13 is faster, it is more interesting to browse the Raiguer county follow the old road Ma-13A from the center of Palma.|
Inca, the capital of the county of Raiguer, is known for its leather and shoe stores, its "bodegas" or "cellers", which have been transformed into restaurants, old-style Santa María la Mayor and two convents.
At Selva, situated atop a hill, visit the parish church with its steps flanked by cypresses. Cross Caimari, through olive groves and continue towards Lluc in the county of the Serra de Tramuntana, through the cliff of "Salt de la Bella Dona". Peace and silence prevail in the monastery and its surroundings, which are a must see.
Follow the road down to Pollença, with its chapel of Calvary and its Roman bridge and continue to the beautiful bay of Pollença. Port de Pollença is a privileged and residential tourism. Formentor offers a unique landscape with a beautiful beach, pine forest, a popular hotel and the amazing views from the road to the lighthouse.
Continue along the bay to reach Alcúdia, where you can visit the medieval walls and the remains of the Roman city of Pollentia. The port, which is still occupied by fishing boats and freighters, has also become a tourist center, like other places in the region.
Go around the S'Albufera Natural Park a wet wildlife and very diverse flora area, to get to Sa Pobla with fields that have been reclaimed from the marshes and museums of contemporary art and toys.