Yes, there are some careful drivers, but it’s all a bit chaotic for my liking. | Peter Clover
Mancor de la Vall nestles in a sleepy valley on the sloping foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains range. The main road into Mancor from Inca doesn’t really go anywhere once it reaches our village, apart from winding onwards and upwards to the Sanctuari de Santa Llúcia. We are literally the end of the road. And once off the main drag, like most small towns and villages across the island, a network of small roads within Mancor spider off into winding lanes which get smaller and narrower with each turn.