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Serra de Tramuntana
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Owner description: A craggy, limestone mountain range stretching the length of the northwest coast of the island.
Reviewed 27 April 2014 via mobile

If you are bored of the beaches and look for something more exciting than grilling under the sun.. Well rent a car and drive through the serra from formentor to andratx the landscape is beautiful, a lot of little calas, small villages locked in the rocks... You have to go there.. And spend a couple of days admiring the area.

3  Thank Lionel L
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Reviewed 27 April 2014

The combination of sea and high mountains provides astonishing views. The road to Formentor is particularly interesting, don't miss it!

Thank George P
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Reviewed 19 April 2014

A lot of very beautiful paths and torrents. With great views to blue see and mountains rocks. Perfect! Incredible! Fantastic!

Thank AleksejsG
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Reviewed 4 April 2014

Whenever you want to get away from the big holiday crowds in the touristic areas, this is the right choice to get a feeling of the real Mallorca!

Thank Heiko O
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Reviewed 15 March 2014

Not for the Feint hearted!!. I have driven this route several times and every time presents a different challange. Visited in the quite period this week, and given mild weather cyclists have begun hill training and motorbikes are out in force. There are several ways to access these beautiful drive and ill do my best here. My personal preference is from the north of the Island which will be grreat for those staying in places like Pollensa and Alcudia. Those in the South or East have 2 choices. Drive the MA-11 from Palma Centre towards Soller. Here you will pass the Caberet show Son amar, very worth a visit, but a bit pricey. Then follow signs for Escorca. But please visit the port of Soller it is Breath taking and a MUST SEE!
But for me the best route from both the South and the North/East is via Inca. There is one main road running South to North, the MA-13. Think the M1 but far more scenic!! Turn off at Inca and follow signs for LLuc pronounced i think as LUL. Once you reach here follow signs for Soller. Along the mountian ranges there are several places to stop. At the very peak you will find the old but still in service distillery/bar where they filmed "mad dogs". But for me the one to visit is on the decent towards Soller and near to Fornaltux, a large bar/restaurant with stunning views across the mountians to Soller. The roads are full of viewing points and the 2 best are when you go through the 2 tunnells and reach the lakes ....ENJOY

10  Thank gavster2012
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