Serra de Tramuntana
Serra de Tramuntana
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A craggy, limestone mountain range stretching the length of the northwest coast of the island.
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Fiona C
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2023 • Business
We did 2 walks in 1 day out of Valldemossa. Puig de teix to Puig gros. Then Mola de sa comuna - Coll de sant jordi.
Amazing but challenging. Definitely download a map. We used AllTrails app.
Written 20 March 2023
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Bet543210
213 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023 • Couples
Breathtaking scenery throughout the entire range and it can be experienced in a day if that’s all the time you have! We spent our first afternoon driving from Palma to Alaró to hike up to the castle. Walking through olive tree farms with sheep in the fields up to an old military lookout was idyllic. The next morning we drove the entire coast with many sightseeing stops along the way at little class bays and towns on the west and northwest end of the island. Loved Mallorca so much!
Written 11 March 2023
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saronic
Zurich, Switzerland26,281 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021
The Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was a main reason for me to visit Mallorca, especially for the hikes that can be done here. There were good bus connections from Palma, so I could start at one point and get picked up at another. In mid-December with fantastic weather I was mostly by myself.

There are plenty of beautiful footpaths, often a bit stony as usual in the Mediterranean. One walks through pine forests, past olive groves and around Soller it is full of citrus trees. Everywhere one can see the agricultural terraces built of stone, and encounters fincas and hamlets with traditional architecture. There are views of mountain peaks, like the Puig Major, or of a rugged coastline. Several compact villages offer themselves for separate visits like Valldemossa, Deia, Soller, Fornalutx, Biniaraix or Pollença.
Written 9 November 2022
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paul s
Leeds, UK117 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2022
traveled to Soller via the tramontana mountain roads what fantastic views the advantage of a hire car is you can explore at your leisure visiting out of way villages and beaches
Written 1 November 2022
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EdmT
Nottingham, UK64 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2022 • Couples
Amazing views of hills, rocks, mountains and blue waters. Tedious drive with acute bends, slopes, hills and drops, but as long as you are careful, the experience and views made up for it.
Written 3 October 2022
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BrakiWorldTraveler
Belgrade, Serbia17,797 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
Palma de Mallorca landscape can be divided in two - broad plains over the eastern part, and massive mountain range along the western coast.
Of course, the latter is more interesting and much more demanding for driving.
Serra de Tramuntana stretches from the resort town of Magaluf at the southwest, all the way to the northern tip of Cap Formentor.
You can do that drive in a day, but it would be in a rush, so I advise to split it into two days like we did.

DAY 1: The midpoint is a pretty town of Soller, so drive to it via island's highway, and then drive back southwards via local roads with many stops along the way:
- Soller (just walk the old streets with a fab Cathedral in the center),
- Port de Soller (cute village with great sea and beach in a secluded bay),
- Deia (picturesque village in the mountains),
- Valldemossa (famous cute town where Chopin lived),
- Banyalbufar (cute village on the cliffs above the sea),
- Torre del Verger old tower with great views,
- Mirador Ricardo Roca,
- Andratx and its beach town Port de Andratx.

DAY 2: Again drive to Soller, but then drive the local roads northbound:
- Gorg blau lake reservoir,
- Sa Calobra rock formation with the same name cove for swimming,
- Pollenca and Port de Pollenca for sunbathing,
- Es Colomer rock formations and view point,
- Cap Formentor and Playa de Formentor (please read the separate review, as you cannot drive yourself to the Cap anymore during the high season).

Beware, local roads are in a very good condition, but curving and pretty narrow (on some places almost impossible to pass). Therefore, watch your speed as well animals you'll encounter somewhere
Written 30 September 2022
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Jesse S
Highland, NY48 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2022
Everyone should do at least one hike in the Serra de Tramuntana. We did a 9 mile (plus 2000 ft elevation gain) loop on the Cami de s'Arxiduc (I think we actually ended up doing parts of 3 trails). It was pretty steep trail up on mostly carriage roads. The ridgeline was just beautiful. On the way down, we saw wild goats just off the trail (only a few feet away).
Written 29 July 2022
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Lina abril
Portugal15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2022 • Family
Accessible for intermediate climbers, beautiful views and fun adventure. Have to be careful as the rocks are sharp. Overall a great experience and fun little trip.
Written 25 April 2022
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Vorgomona
Landenberg, PA82 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021
The drive through the mountains is spectacular with curve upon curve offering spectacular views. A true natural wonderland. How the buses maneuver these roads is beyond imagination. While it takes time to drive, the drive is absolutely worth it.
Written 16 August 2021
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Klara Č
Kamnik, Slovenia36 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021 • Couples
The views are amazing! Curve after curve amazes you. You can stop at some viewpoints to take amazing photos. You can also hike around.
Written 10 July 2021
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