We are a family of four. Rafa was our cliff jumping guide. He is fabulous! Made the day very fun as well as we all felt safe with his instructions in where to jump and how to exit the water. What a rush as the...More
About Serra de Tramuntana
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Try to use the minimum the car to go to this reserve of the biosphere. This is a place to walk and admire the wonderful Mallorquian landscapes. You have to wear boots or walking shoes. In summertime is quite hot there.
Driving here is not really a walk in a park but it's so worth it! The views are really breathtaking... On the way up is also a really charming town, worth stopping by.
On a two-week trip to Spain to visit our daughter who was studying abroad in Cadiz, we spent four days on this idyllic, active and gorgeous island. The Serra de Tramuntana was probably the highlight of our trip there with it's picturesque cliffs, blue water...More
I travelled through the Sierra by moped. The views are amazing. The roads are generally good although there are many hairpin turns.
We drive up though the mountains along the coastline stopping at the villages along the way to soller. Beautiful views and picturesque towns to visit. Highly recommended. We took the vintage train back which covers a different route so you get different views.