Most of the routes are in the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana, where you will find the best views, the most spectacular mountain streams and the highest altitudes on the island.
Hiking is a great way to discover the traditional life of Mallorca, and involves not only enjoyment of nature but also a chance to explore the numerous remains of our history and culture you may come across on your walks.
Hiking is also a good way to discover the flora of the Balearic Islands with their endemic species, the unique forests of the Tramuntana with its holm oaks and olive groves.
In view of the richness of our trails, more and more paths are being restored and signposted in order to make them more accessible for walkers; these include the old postal route which links the villages of Esporles and Banyalbufar, the route between Sóller-Binibassí-Fornalutx-Biniaraix, from Deià to the splendid Llucalcari cove, or the spectacular route of the ancient olive trees, to name just a few.
Majorca is the ideal place for hiking and excursions thanks to its excellent climate, spectacular landscapes and the combination of sea and mountains. But this is not the only version of this activity that can be enjoyed –other options include Nordic walking, a new sport which has recently become popular all over Spain and is becoming more and more common on the trails in Majorca.