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“Beautiful, unspoilt - we love it!”

Serra de Tramuntana
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Mallorca in One Day Sightseeing Tour with Boat...
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Owner description: A craggy, limestone mountain range stretching the length of the northwest coast of the island.
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is the mountainous area of Mallorca - it’s also a UNESCO area. It’s beautiful and we love getting away from the coastal tourist spots and discovering the real Mallorca. Not many people know that Mallorca has mountains. Easy to get to places by car are Puigpunyent, Esporles, Valldemossa and Fornalutx. For the more adventurous who are happy driving hair pins, try the route from Deia along the coast or visit Lluc monastery. In spring time, watch out for the cyclists!

Stunning scenery!!!!

2  Thank Helen J
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Ok. SO our subjective feeling is that the best e have seen on Mallorca were actually in Serra Tramuntana. You can admire them hiking or just going with a car a stoping here and there.

1  Thank vivien888
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Reviewed March 5, 2018

We rented a car and drove from the east side of the island along the highway for Palma and when up to Valdemossa and followed the mountain road all the way back, stopping in Deija, Soller and other places. If you're not used to driving long switchback roads you maybe need to be careful but if that's the case you'll drive slowly anyway. The only once that don't drive slow are the locals that knows the roads. It can be i bit busy in the summer at least from Palma to Soller but it you continue along the mountain the traffic fades out. If you travel along the mountain all the way to east make plans that it will take all day.Tip: don't drive through the tunnel, instead go a left ju before it and go up the switchback road. You'll get an amazing view once you up there. From then on you go down again were the tunnel ends. It's the "old road" that isn't in use much anymore and much more fun to drive.

1  Thank bengtnitram
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Reviewed March 4, 2018

We left from Palmanova and drove towards the Torre el Vergel and from there along the coast and up to the mountains. It was the day after the "great snow" and it was beauitful to see the snow, in the far, on the mountain tops and the beautiful colours in front, from the sea, beautiful coves and landscape and then actually drive up to the snow. Absolutely amazing how the landscape changes again and again. We would love to go back!

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Reviewed March 4, 2018

Starting from Andratx drive up the West coast to experience beautiful views. Along the way are some charming small villages where you can enjoy a drink or lunch, parking permitting. Parking in summer can be difficult as the road gets much busier; better to travel early morning or late afternoon. Eventually you reach a fork where you can continue travelling north to Valdemosa or bear right into Esporlees and back to Palma.

Thank xiscopalma
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