Hiking in Spain - Mallorca (Chapter)
This is the Mallorca chapter from Lonely Planet's Hiking in Spain guidebook.
Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands, is not widely known for its walking. Leave the bustling beach resorts behind, however, and you'll discover its unspoiled and underpopulated northwest. Here, the imposing Serra de Tramuntana dominates, its abrupt cliffs plunging into the sea.
- clamber down Mallorca's deepest gorge, the Torrent de Pareis
- enjoy the superb seascapes from the Camino del Archiduque on the Valldemossa Loop
- savour the views of the Sóller valley from the Mirador d'en Quesada
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: History, Environment, Climate, Planning, Gateways, Monestir de Sa Trapa, Sóller to Deià, Barranc de Biniaraix & Embassament de Cúber, Valldemossa Loop, Sóller to Sa Calobra, Torrent de Pareis, More Walks, Towns & Facilities.
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