Majorca and its mountain range “Sierra de Tramuntana”, (declared a world heritage site by UNESCO in 2010) captivates the hill walker because of the paths to be found in its depths along the terraced mountainside, and dry river beds, with the backdrop of the intense blue of the sea being our almost constant companion.
We wander and open up this wondrous island for our visitors, revealing the idiosyncrasies of the Majorcan people through their history and legends; enjoying their customs, traditions and gastronomy, which all invite us to delve deeper into a unexplored world for the visitor.
We know over 60 routes with various levels of difficulty, any of which can be reserved individually or through our weekly hill-walking events including accommodation and meals.
Below you can find a list of our most sought-after and well-known excursions:
- Na Burguesa from Coll de Sa Creu
- Andratx Port to Sant Elm
- El Toro to Portalls Vells
- Es Capdella – Galatzo Estate
- Viewing point of Ses Barques-Balitx d’Avall-Sa Costera
- Orient-Alaró Castle
- La Trapa from the Coll de Sa Gramola
- Dragonera Island: discover its 3 lighthouses
- Deià- Soller Port
- The Biniaraix Ravine
- Tossals Verds
- Orient-Avenc de Son Pou – Santa María
- Puig de Sa Morisca – Santa Ponsa
- Fornalutx – Soller
- Banyalbufar – CanongeHarbour
- Esporlas – Banyalbufar
For the last few years we have been offering hill-walking weeks on the neighbouring island of Menorca as well as stages of the Santiago Pilgrimage walk on the Spanish mainland for groups and associations.