Walking in Majorca
Majorca is an island with an incredible variety of landscapes. It really is an El Dorado for nature lovers. The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. With its historic dry stone walls and paths, olive groves and traditional irrigation systems, it is a popular destination for walkers.
The 90-kilometre-long mountain range stretches from Andratx to Pollença. Here you will find beautiful walking routes, ranging from easy to challenging, some of which are located right on the coast and can be walked all year round.
Cycling in Majorca
Majorca, the jewel of the Mediterranean, is not only breathtakingly beautiful but also wonderfully varied. Although it is no secret among cycling enthusiasts, many tourists have no idea that Majorca is great for cycling. The roads are of a good quality, and there are very few potholes.
There are routes to suit everyone: flat stretches, undulating terrain, fast descents and long climbs. Cycling in Majorca combines an athletic challenge with stunning views: steep cliffs, miles of sandy beaches and small, hidden bays. Discover dreamy villages and lonely paths lined with almond and lemon trees. From October to early April, the climate is optimal and the roads are empty. And there is no need to bring your own bicycle.
There is a good range of professional outlets where you can rent racing bikes, mountain bikes, city bikes and e-bikes. And if you want to catch your breath – many bars and cafés even have bike racks in front of their terraces.