Perched amidst the stunning Tramuntana mountain range, Valldemossa speaks of history, art, and an unwavering dedication to sustainability. Beyond its famed Carthusian Monastery and ties to Chopin, the town has a hidden green side waiting to be discovered. I opted for a stay at an eco-lodge, nestled among olive groves. With rainwater harvesting, solar power utilities, and a farm-to-table approach to dining, it encapsulated the spirit of Valldemossa. The town itself actively promotes eco-tourism, with several guided tours emphasizing environmental conservation. One such trek led to ancient terraced farms, where traditional methods are still employed, eliminating carbon-intensive machinery. While the cobbled streets echo tales of bygone times, local shops hint at a sustainable future, offering products crafted from recycled materials. And, before you leave, indulge in “coca de patata”, a local pastry, preferably at an establishment sourcing ingredients locally.