MALLORCA: ENCOUNTERS AMONG MOUNTAINS, COUNTRYSIDE AND THE WIDE SEA

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A cosmos of its own: 3.640 km 2 of mountains, lined with century old stonewalls and olive trees, plateaus with vineyards and orange scented groves plus the blue sea, all embedded in the cristal clear mediterranean light. Our 10 hiking tours will let you experience this unique nature with particular delight and intensity. Discover were the migratory birds rest in spring and autumn, the hidden secrets of the island, as well as the Unesco World Cultural Heritage Landscape of the Serra de Tramuntana. The Viva Trekking Station at the Hotel Viva Blue is designed especially for rambling addicts and naturelovers. Besides Hotel comfort you will find all necessary services for your unforgettable trekking experience:

  • Professional information and organization.
  • Certified guides.
  • Insurance
  • Transfers from and back to the hotel.

THE VIVA TREKKING OFFER.

The complete offer comprises 10 excit – ing tours, which can be booked according to your length of holiday or liking as pack – ages. No specific experience is required. In case of interest on individual excursions, these can be booked at either the hotel reception or sending an email to sports.blue@hotelsviva.com.

1. Barranc de Biniaraix – Cúber

The ascent to the ravine of Biniaraix is one of the most spectacular walks you can do through the ancient stoned paths of the Serra de Tramuntana.

Dificulty: 4

Walking time:  5 h.

Distance: 11 km

Height diff: 800 m

Kids: No

2. Volta Tossals Verds

A route around the heart of the Serra de Tramun – tana, through its rugged lime rock relief, and native vegetation.

Dificulty: 3

Walking time:  6 h.

Distance: 12 km

Height diff: 535 m

Kids: No

3. Sa Costera

An extremely beautiful route along the coastline, that goes through the millenary terraces to one of the fewest beaches of the Serra de Tramuntana, Cala Tuent.

Dificulty: 2

Walking time:  5 h.

Distance: 12 km

Height diff: 300 m

Kids: Yes

4. Es Galatzó

The ascension to this 1.027 m high mountain is one of the most popular of the island and it’s considered as one of the natural balconies of Majorca.

Dificulty: 4

Walking time:  4.30 h.

Distance: 11 km

Height diff: 700 m

Kids:  No

5. Penya des migdia – Talaia d’Alcudia

The excursion ends in the Talaia d’Alcúdia, one of the watchtowers that used to communicate messages, especially for defence purposes from the Turkish pirates.

Dificulty: 3

Walking time:  5 h.

Distance: 10 km

Height diff: 700 m

Kids: No

6. Camí de s’Arxiduc

In 1867 the Archduke Ludwig Salvatore of Austria fell in love with Majorca. One of the many things he constructed was a breathtaking path along the peaks of the mountains.

Dificulty: 4

Walking time:  4.30 h.

Distance: 14 km

Height diff: 990 m

Kids: No

7. Deia – Llucalari ruta pintors

Deià has been the village of early 20th century bohemians like Robert Graves. The track starts in this charming village and sidles through the route of the painters to Llucalcari.

Dificulty: 2

Walking time:  5 h.

Distance: 18 km

Height diff: 350 m

Kids: yes

8. Lluc – Voltes d’en Galileu – Massanella

Massanella with 1.365 m is the second highest peak in Majorca. From the top of the mountain there are spectacular views of the island.

Dificulty: 5

Walking time:  6 h.

Distance: 17 km

Height diff: 1137 m

Kids: No

9. Colonia de St. Jordi – Cala Màrmols

The path walks along the littoral of the marine reserve of biological interest of Migjorn and some of the few unspoilt beaches that the island still conserves.

Dificulty: 1

Walking time:  4 h.

Distance: 13 km

Height diff: 84 m

Kids: Yes

10. Sant Elm – La Trapa

A circular coastline path that walks besides the ancient monastery of La Trapa, which was built by the Trappists monks that were escaping from the French Revolution.

Dificulty: 3

Walking time:  4 h.

Distance: 11 km

Height diff: 700 m

Kids: No

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