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Sierra de Tramontana

One of the island’s most coveted treasures, the Tramontana mountain range was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2010. In fact, this space is a prime example of the fusion of culture and nature found in Mallorca.

Covering more than 62,000 hectares, it’s home to many charismatic towns such as Pollença, Sóller, Esporles and Valldemossa. That said, the Sierra de Tramontana is most famous for being a jaw-dropping gift from Mother Nature, with the highest peaks in the Balearic Islands, with the mighty Puig Major towering 1,443 metres above sea level.

So, not only is it a magnificent place to enjoy a spot of hiking, climbing, cycling and other outdoor sports, but its breathtaking scenery provides the very best views of the contrasts between rugged mountains and heavenly beaches.


Getting there

By car: MA-5 from Cala Millor, taking around one hour and twenty minutes.