Cruise Mallorca in a Vintage Car With Hotel Cap Rocat

Aerial view of Port of Spain in Trinidad and Tobago
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Hotel Cap RocatThe Hotel Cap Rocat—an exclusive hotel occupying a former military fortress with sweeping views of Mallorca’s Bay of Palma—is offering guests a unique way to tour the beautiful Mediterranean isle. With the “Dolce Vita Experience,” you can take off in one of the resort’s vintage cars—choose between an MGA, a Triumph TR6, a Porsche 911 Targa, an Austin Healey 3000 Mk III, or a Mercedes Benz 280SE—and take a spin through the gorgeous countryside where mountains and flower-dotted meadows meet the turquoise sea.

The concierge will organize a made-to-measure tour, complete with a picnic basket for two people or a gift voucher worth €100 for a dinner at the gourmet restaurant La Fortaleza. For more information about this Mallorcan luxury resort, visit www.caprocat.com

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