This day I continued the tour along the northern coast of the island where I had stopped two days before, in Soller. To get there I did two scenic serpentine drives, first via Orient to Bunyola, where I made a brief stop and visited the Jardins d’Alfabia, an Arabic oriented historic farming facility. Second, instead of using the toll tunnel, I followed the old pass street to get from the garden to Soller, which made me aware why the tunnel is worth the money spent to save time. From Soller, I drove along the coastal road towards Andratx, which provides a couple of lookouts and other worthwhile stops on the way. Worth mentioning are Deia, an artist village on a hill directly at the coast, and two places used by archduke Ludwig Salvator Son Marroig and Miramar. A little away from the coast, I visited the mountain town Valdemossa, famous for its monastery and marketing that Frederic Chopin lived here for a short time. After another about 20 curvy kilometres on the coastal road with a brief stop at Torre del Verger, I arrived at Andratx in the late afternoon, where I visited the Centro Cultural, and closed the day in the nearby Port d’Andratx.