The Serra de Tramuntana
It is one of the main tourist attractions of the island. You must stop there to admire the richness of its landscape. World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Serra de Tramuntana concentrates culture, traditions, nature, spirituality and identity.
It’s the mountain range that meets the highest peaks of all the Balearic. The extension of Serra de Tramuntana, 90 km along the northwest of Mallorca, goes through many villages that we recommend you visit. An extraordinary sea and mountain fusion that has attracted the artists from around the world’s attention. You can cross it by organizing a walking tour, tracing a route by car for their villages or taking the Tren de Sóller, with more than 100 years old. The train leaves every day from the heart of Palma and leads you to the spectacular orange trees valley giving you a privileged view of the spectacular natural and human work. Archduke Lluís Salvador established several of its residences in this area, residences as Son Marroig and Miramar perfectly preserved and worth visiting too. From Son Marroig you can access a viewpoint overlooking Na Foradada, an imposing rock in the sea which hole has become famous worldwide. The marjades (margins designed for cultivation) surely will call your attention; they represent a genuine work of ancient engineering. Among the towns that you can visit in the Serra de Tramuntana we recommend: Valldemossa, Soller, Deia, Fornalutx, Bunyola, Escorca, Banyalbufar… and of course Pollença, our village. This is where the Serra de Tramuntana ends merging with the sea in the spectacular Cabo de Formentor. Do not miss it.
Welcome to Paradise!