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stayed in Soller and use it as abase for a number of semi tough and tough circular mountain walks. A real treat - the views are stunning but the walks (whilst suffering a bit from the recent storms) are a real treat over ancient village...More
If you love hiking then this is the place to go. There are so many places I didn't know where to go, when I did pick I was not disappointed. I recommend heading up to the Formentor region and there are some really cool hikes,...More
Absolute must if you are visiting Mallorca. Swathes of cyclists on narrow roads were a little scary and driving up is not for the faint hearted. Confident drivers only! Views are spectacular. Thoroughly enjoyed our visit here
Rented a car and drive through Deià and Valldemossa then headed back to Soller where we were staying. Wished we had more time to drive north too. Take the tunnel if you want a much easier drive. Go over Soller Call if you want a...More
On our very short holiday in Majorca, we wanted to spend 1 day sightseeing the old town and enjoying the city walking life. This gorgeous limestone mountain range area is so chic, there are ice cream parlours, hiking, beautiful historical construction and views, cliffs and...More
We didn't have much time. But "la sierra de la tramuntana" is part of the world's heritage and we knew it was a must. We visited Valldemossa and Soller. It is definitely worth visiting Valldemossa and tasting an almond slush (granizado de almendra) and a...More
We have been from the Southwest to the Northeast corners of the Serra de Tramuntana range and it is absolutely spectacular. Steep cliffs to the Sea; jagged magical mountains that thrust out of the earth and crazy, Mr. Toad's wild ride mountain roads. If you...More
Very beautiful. Maria Laura,from urban adventures, Mallorca took our group on an amazing hike ending at the beach. Was well worth the sweat. Hike was hard it not near as strenuous as I believed it would be.
Response from Edward1951S | Reviewed this property |
This depends on the hike you want to do. If you are wanting to do the Torrent de Pareis I allow 5 hours from Escorca to Sa Colobra even though it is only about 7 km. If you want to hike up Massanella I would allow at... More
This depends on the hike you want to do. If you are wanting to do the Torrent de Pareis I allow 5 hours from Escorca to Sa Colobra even though it is only about 7 km. If you want to hike up Massanella I would allow at least 6 hours for the return trip. But there is a huge number of other trails through the Tramontana and you can make them as long or short as you wish. The longest of all is the 7 day hike from Port Andraitx to Cap Formentor.
Happy hiking and please refer to my posts on TA.
Response from neuropsicologia2002 | Reviewed this property |
1,000 euros should be plenty for food, transportation and entertainment for 2 people. Try bar cantina Juan, they serve local and Mexican food, 2 people eat for 25 euros. Public buses are realible, although you could walk... More
1,000 euros should be plenty for food, transportation and entertainment for 2 people. Try bar cantina Juan, they serve local and Mexican food, 2 people eat for 25 euros. Public buses are realible, although you could walk through the city. I rented a stick shift car for $60 per day to go to Taramuntana, it was worth it.