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Old 03-10-2005, 20:43
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Default Directions please!

I am out again in a couple of weeks and would like to visit Bodegas Ca'n Vidalet. I have adds as Ctra. Alcudia-Pollensa km 4'8, 07460 Pollensa. Can anyone give me landmark directions please, I can map read but the roads are changing so quickly at the moment!! Thanks :rolleyes
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Old 04-10-2005, 00:11
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The road is the PMV 220-1. Driving along the road from Palma, as you reach Pollensa town on the left hand side, pass the first two entrances into Pollensa (opposite the second entrance there is a monument on the right hand side of the road). You will then come to where they are building a new roundabout (lots of cones at the moment). Here you take a right hand turn (signposted Alcudia) onto the PMV 220-1. Once the roundabout is finished this should be much clearer but at the moment very easy to miss (the PMV 220-2 will also exit this roundabout and is signposted Alcudia so be careful which turning you take). Drive along this old road for just over 1km and turn onto a bumpy track on the left just after the 5km stone marker. (5km marker here as the road is measured from the opposite/Alcudia end and 6km in total). C'an Vidalet is along this bumpy track. Sounds it but not too difficult to find. Good luck!!
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Old 04-10-2005, 15:37
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Thank you so much! Will take compass, map, hubby and s.o.s. flags incase we get lost!!
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Old 04-10-2005, 16:09
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Hi Belladonna!

Good luck with finding Ca'n Vidalet - if you do go could you please write a little message for us on here?

I knew there was a vineyard near Pollensa but wasn't sure of the name of it so any info you get would be great as I'd like to visit in the future.

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Old 04-10-2005, 22:49
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OOO! A real reporting job challenge!! Paper and pen at the ready Jane!! :smokin Under cover agent nearly on her way!:hat
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Old 05-10-2005, 16:40
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Hi there!

From the "Agrorutes" map/leaflet I got at the Tourist Office I see there is a website for this place.


You'd find the info very useful Bella if you are also intersted in visits to other similar places.

Good hunting!

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