Puerto de Soller/Soller





Discover the fascinating & breath-taking hiking routes of Mallorca !

The majesty of Mallorca’s mountain range is what shapes the western dramatic coastline of the island blessing visitors with dramatic scenery in a sense of seclusion and some of Europe’s best hiking possibilities. Nestling within the Serra’s peaks and valleys are some of Mallorca`s most precious towns and villages giving the surrounding landscape a run for its money in the prettiness stakes – each with their own distinct flavour.

The Tramuntana Mountains in the North-Western part of the island are simply a paradise for hikers with several summits over 1,000 meters high. There have been guided mountain tours for over three decades with increasing popularity over the last number of years. Nowadays there is something for everyone depending on the level of skill as one can opt for a leisurely mountain walk, a rigorous hike for the more advanced hikers or a challenging climb which one should only attempt with suitable equipment and a mountain guide who knows the terrain.

The areas beautiful scenery is truly captivating and one can walk through pine forests, over mountain ranges full of boulders or through valleys of fruit trees, all with many vantage points to look out over the spectacular sea or countryside. Furthermore one can hike throughout a great part of the year as there are organised hiking groups with daily hikes on various routes or one can opt to hike on her own always accommodated in only the best of our hotels and accommodations close to the many hiking trails.

Enchanting Holidays in Spain offers accommodations right in the heart of this key area of hiking on the western coastline of Mallorca: Puerto de Soller/Soller is properly the centre on Mallorca for hiking and here everything smells of hiking and hikers, and it’s only natural as many fantastic trails starts from these towns and surrounding area, right outside the hotel. The Town of Deia sits on a mountainside hanging over the sea in the midst of the Tramuntana Mountain Range and it is a place of inspiration and truly a Mallorcan highlight. As the second highest mountain, Teix, in Majorca rises above the valley it’s a natural stating point of many exiting hiking trails. A bit further south a journey to Banyalbufar and its surrounding villages is an attraction in its own right. Take time to enjoy the historic surroundings and explore the various coves and beaches as well as the charming town centre with its pretty waterfall and the historic tower. The surrounding area also contains other villages of note such as the pretty village of Estellencs and as well the spectacular hiking trails to Esporles should be seen.

Accommodated in Puerto de Soller/Soller

The authentic town of Sóller sits in the heart of the ‘valley of oranges’ or ‘valley of gold’ as it is sometimes known and offers much to visitors and residents. The natural environment of Soller has a variety of incredible landscapes. This is borne out by different mountain, coast and sea routes. The impressive views from Serra de Tramuntana with several peaks of over 1,000 metres, such as Puig Major (1,450), represent the steeper side of the island. Its gorges, gullies and cliffs conceal landscapes which surprise all those walkers who venture along their cobbled and ancestral paths.

The town of Sóller became wealthy because of the valley’s abundant citrus groves and as the area was isolated from the rest of Mallorca by mountains the oranges were shipped to France from the nearby Puerto de Sóller.

The picturesque Puerto de Soller is small coastal village which is historical and practically connected to Soller particularly due to the enchanting veteran tram.  The old fishing harbour located in a large bay which serves as a natural and protecting harbour and at the same time a scenic masterpiece.  It is naturally also a great place to eat freshly court fish and seafood somewhere on the well-equipped marina.

Accommodated in Deia

The small mountain village of Deià is one of the prettiest villages on the island. Perched in a ravine at the foot of the Teix Mountain with amazing views out to the Mediterranean below, Deià has long been a magnet for famous artists, writers and other creative people.

As one of the highest populated zones of the Serra de Tramuntana Deià is part of a landscape awarded World Heritage Site status for the way in which nature, culture and traditions triumphantly merge. Olive cultivation was key to Deià’s prosperity during long periods in addition to the cultivation of citrus fruits, fishing and farming. Now the village and its inhabitants have added art, crafts and a relaxed style of tourism to the agricultural economy, with great success.

In the vicinity of this town the coast forms secluded coves that invite rest and are the ideal setting to take amazing hikes and in total there are about amazing 52 hiking trails to discover within the region of Deià. The blissful surroundings making a stay here highly conducive to rest and relaxation amidst some very impressive views of the blue sea and stunning mountains temptingly awaiting with all its experiences and adventures.

The municipality has many hidden coves along its coast, where the visitor can enjoy a bath on crystal waters. The best known is the cove Cala de Deià which has become a meeting point for the town’s folk as well as an anchorage for vessels during the summer.

Accommodated in Banyalbufar

The town is delimited by the hills of Sierra de Tramontana located on the seashore and surrounded by the towering peaks of the Tramuntana mountain range and this quaint Mallorcan district nestles among four smaller peaks where farms scattered and vineyards scale the heights around the historic town centre.

This fascinating village is very popular with hikers and as three beautiful wide valleys are part of the municipality (Son Coll, Banyalbufar and Planicia) it’s a natural starting point for hikers. One can e.g. visit the fascinating fishing port of Es Port de Canonge and a number of coves and beaches or how about the neighbouring village of Estellencs situated majestically on the slopes of the mountain Galatzo. Don’t forget the trail to Valldemossa and finally the hiking trail to Esporles is one of Mallorca most important.

The village has a population of approximately 500 people and as its characteristic scenery is formed by the surrounding mountains, the spectacular terracing dedicated to cultivation and the abrupt coastline that goes from the Racó de s’Algar to the Port des Canonge and simply impressive.

The resident community is small but this area boasts many visitors attracted by the island’s hidden places steeped in history and authentic Mallorcan culture.

Choose any route from one destination to any other destination

Only your imagination is the limit! Logically, it’s convenient to select a departure point close to the area of interest, but all routes which can be found in this catalogue can be arranged from any airport, port or any point throughout Spain. Below please find examples of routes studied and designed to be as rich as possible in culture, art, ancient traditions, breath-taking landscapes, tasteful gastronomy, delicious wines etc – All in all filled with experiences, impressions and adventures.

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Mallorca Hiking Routes
Link to: From Soller to Port de SollerLink to: From Port de Soller to Muleta GranLink to: Picada Tower and the S'Illeta PathLink to: The Old Path of Port de Soller
Link to: To Port the Soller via Sa Figuera PathLink to: The Old Path of Balitx to Sa CosteraLink to: To Fornalutx via the Vantage Points of Ses BarquesLink to: Sa Capalleta
Link to: The Son Castello PathLink to: The Path of Monts Reials and RocafortLink to: The Gully of Biniaraix and the Cuber ReservoirLink to: The Na Martorella or the narrow pass of Sa Costa Path
Link to: Tour of the small villages of the valleyLink to: Comuna de FornalutxLink to: Ses Tres CreusLink to: To Puig del Teix via the Archduke Path
Link to: Down Puig Major via the Camino des Cingles PathLink to: To Sa Foradada via the Way of the SeaLink to: Cingles de Son RullanLink to: Miradors de s`Arxiduc
Link to: Way of the PaintersLink to: Sa Travessa Mountain WayLink to: About usLink to: About us

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