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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.
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“moutain trip”
Reviewed 17 August 2014

a stunning trip through the mountains on thin winding roads, it gets your heart going. stops of at a small café. stunning views

Visited July 2014
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“A hairy ride, but a stunning part of the island”
Reviewed 17 August 2014

We drove through the Serra on our way from Pollenca to the Gardens of Alfabia. As a Brit driving a Spanish car on quiet narrow mountain roads (i.e. wrong side of the car on wrong side of the road!), I found this challenging. However, the Serra is beautiful and the views from some of the stopping-off places on the way are breath-taking. It was particularly impressive to see the needle-like summits poking up through the wispy cloud.

En route we noticed lots of little car parks displaying signs for ramblers, so it looks like this would be an excellent area to walk in the cooler months.

Worth a visit as it is so different to the resorts of the coast and the usual image of Mallorca.

Visited August 2014
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Prague, Czech Republic
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“Perfect for bike day”
Reviewed 15 August 2014

Another perfect place to go cycling. We spend their all day riding from Palma to Soller. Good Intensive day with beautiful views. And when u feel tired you can take stop in one of lovely villages which you will passing during your trip.

Visited August 2014
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“Beautiful”
Reviewed 27 July 2014

We've driven across the plains and around much of the coast of Mallorca but the true beauty of the island is to be found on the west coast and the Serra Tramuntana mountain range. The little villages of Deia, Valldemossa and Fornalutx are a world away from the east coast resorts- they could be on another planet! They can be appreciated for their location, the surrounding mountains are stunning and often surreal, and their history and Mallorcan culture. The smaller coves along the mountain route are picture-perfect and the waters crystal clear (Ben D'Aval, Costa Deia..). After Deia follow the mountain road through the Soller Valley and Fornalutx then head up towards Pollensa, being sure to stop at one of the bar restaurants along the route for stunning views, tapas and freshly picked and squeezed oranges, and at Lluc Monestary for an interesting museum stop, a dip in the Monestary's cool blue mountain pool for just €2 and more refreshments before heading ever higher up Puig Major, tunneling through the mountains, for some of the most beautiful scenery ever.

Visited June 2014
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“Mountains on Majorca.”
Reviewed 26 July 2014

You drive through these mountains when on the way from Palma to Soller. You can either go through a tunnel or you can drive over the montains on a steep and winding road used by many cycling groups. I would recommend you go over the road rather than thr tunnel just for the views.

Visited April 2014
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