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Mallorca is an island that boasts a wide array of incredible landscapes. This translates into itineraries in the mountains, along the coastline and across the plains. Impressive views of the Tramuntana Mountains to the west, with several peaks measuring over 1000 m high and up to 1450 metres in Puig Major’s case, and the Llevant Mountains to the east, with their lower profile that reaches 561 m at its highest point, reflect the islands’ most rugged terrain. The marina to the south and north and the central plain conceal landscapes that astonish hikers who adventure along their paths.

Foto Ajuntament de Ses Salines

This hike leaves from Cape Salines, passes by Es Caragol Beach and ends at Es Carbó Beach.  [+]


Olivera Foto IQUA

Over the centuries, nature has sculpted the trunks of olive trees on the island of Mallorca, transforming them into genuine works of art: natural art-forms that are unique to the world.  [+]

The Balearic Islands are the ideal site for practising Nordic Walking because of both their climate and their beautiful landscapes.  [+]

Foto Ajuntament de Esporles

The Post Traile xcursion follows the old road used by the post office which connects the villages of Esporles and Banyalbufar.  [+]

Foto Ajuntament de Deią

The route begins in the village of Deià and descends to the cove of the same name. It follows a path along the coast to Llucalcari Cove and then returns to the village of Deià.  [+]

The trail starts from the recreational port of Andratx and ends in the coastal village of Sant Elm, passing close to the castle of the same name.  [+]


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