Trip far exceeded expectations and thoroughly recommended. Port de Soller was serene and relaxing not sure what it would be like in peak season though!
About Serra de Tramuntana
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One of the best places to visit in Mallorca. Small and beautiful streets, you can do everything by foot, sit in one of the restaurants and watch the village. The little houses are very cute. The doors, the windows and the whole view of the...More
Caught a bus from Palma Placa Mayor (abt 6€ single - journey time abt 1 hour) to Puerto Pollensa. Alcudia old town is equally good, as is Pollensa old town, Valldemossa, Deiha etc are also served. The mountains are spectacular and should not be missed....More
We did trekking for two days in serra de tramuntana. Especially the route from Embassament de Cúber down to Biniaraix and Soller is absolutely fabulous. This about 15 km long walk is full of extremely beautiful views and breathtaking scenary.
1367 meters above sea level you reach this beautiful mountain. The highest mountain in Mallorca, Puig Major, is not open for public, being a military area. You start the walking from the east side on very good tracks and through the woods in the beginning....More
only downside to this is some of the roads are windy and steep thus scary and full of cyclists.....but of you are a cyclist I supect this is heaven,
UNESCO World Heritage Site as a Cultural Landscape. Covers 30% of the surface of Majorca. The railroad from Palma to Soller crosses the natural barrier of the Serra d’Alfàbia mountains, with an altitude of 496 m.
Narrow and scenic road. This is a beautiful drive through small villages and farm land with scenic lookouts of the ocean and mountains along the way. Careful around the curves as there are many cyclists. Stop in Deia or Port Sorrel for a bite to...More
From Calvia to Andratx to Soller and back takes you 4 hours and you cannot even stop at all the sights and viewpoints. This is amazing and you understand why the locals say it is the most beautiful island in the world.