Tramuntana Mountains Hike & Mallorca Villages Tour

Tramuntana Mountains
Explore Mallorca's scenic Tramuntana Mountains and inland villages. You'll make your way to Valldemossa, where you'll start a hike in the mountainous countryside. Located on the island's northwest, these limestone mountains with sharp ridges and bluffs are a hiker's dream. This experience features a medium-difficult hike that takes about 2-3 hours but requires just hiking boots or athletic shoes. Expect breathtaking views of the coast from many lookout points. 

You'll also visit some of the historic mountain villages famous in the area. These include the carless hilltop hamlet of Valldemossa, the tranquil cove and rocky beach of coastal Deià, and Sóller, with its rickety wooden cable cars and long waterfront promenade.

These villages have long been home to painters, musicians, and writers from across the globe, attracted to the area by the relaxed way of life, endless sunny afternoons, and the ideal location between a pine-covered hillside and the glimmering Mediterranean Sea. Valldemossa, in particular, is home to the 14th-century Real Cartuja, a well-preserved Carthusian monastery. Here, the composer Frédéric Chopin and his lover George Sand rented rooms in the winter of 1838.

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