Serra de Tramuntana hiking: What to see along the way

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Spain is one of the countries where many people decide to spend their vacations. Especially in the Balearic Islands, where you will find an island that will steal your heart, Mallorca. If you visit it, you will surely want to do some Serra de Tramuntana hiking and if not, you are already adding it to your list of things to do in Mallorca.

That’s exactly why, for you, traveler, today we present the places worth visiting on your Serra de Tramuntana hiking. In addition, we recommend you take the 5 days Serra de Tramuntana GR221 hiking for a more complete experience. So, put on your hiking boots and get your hiking backpack ready because… Let’s get started!

Sa Calobra

You’ve probably heard about the incredible beaches and coves of Mallorca, some located on the coasts of the Serra Tramuntana. Therefore, the first spot you can’t miss if you visit Mallorca is Sa calobra.

One of the places that will leave you speechless and from which you won’t want to leave is Sa Calobra, a small beach of pebbles and crystalline water. It is located on the northwest coast of Mallorca, surrounded by rocky cliffs and stunning views. Of course, it’s not easy to get there, but it’s worth it 😉 .

Travelers with an adventurous soul choose to do the Trek de Torrent de Pareis, a route through the Serra de Tramuntana where you will discover dreamy places like the forest of La falda del Puig Roig or the Torrent del Lluc. You will arrive at Sa Calobra at the end of the trek, where you can swim and get your strength back.

Aerial view of Sa Calobra beach

The most beautiful villages of the Serra de Tramuntana

On your route through the Serra de Tramuntana you will visit villages in the area, some are real gems worth visiting. The stone facades, the cobbled streets and the centenary olive trees are part of the charm of each locality.

Each of the villages has a story to tell and wonderful corners that have captivated more than one. For example, the poet and writer Robert Graves decided to spend his last years in this area and the artist Chopin composed some of his best works while living in the sierra.


This town in the Serra de Tramuntana is welcoming and unique. They say that Valldemossa was founded by an Arab nobleman called Mussa and to this day retains the narrow steep and cobbled streets of the time.

The history of Valldemossa is peculiar, was the refuge of the famous pianist Chopin and journalist George Sand. In the monastery of La Cartuja you will find the authentic piano that Chopin played during his stay in Mallorca.

Aerial view of Valldemossa


Visit Deià on your route through the Serra de Tramuntana is a good choice, you will not regret it. This town is spectacular, it is located on top of a hill located in a valley with many trails formerly used by coal manufacturers. Can you already imagine the views from the top of the town?

Walking along its cobblestone streets while observing the stone facades of the houses and the balconies of flowers couldn’t be a better plan. This place captivated the poet and writer Robert Graves.
Cobblestone streets of Deià village


Banyalbufar is declared Heritage of Humanity by Unesco and we are not surprised. In this village you will have unbeatable views of both the sea and the mountains, can you imagine watching a sunset in Banyalbufar? 🙂 .

Also, the port of the village is very picturesque and if you are a passionate hiker, here you will find a thousand options for hiking in the surrounding area.

Son Marroig or the monastery of Miramar

Son Marroig is a beautiful corner on the north coast of Mallorca and was owned by Archduke Lluis Salvador of Austria. This place is also known as the monastery of Miramar and near it you will find the mirador de Sa Foradada, where you can enjoy the sunsets in a unique way. Son Marroig is a highly recommended on your route through the Serra de Tramuntana 🙂 .

Monument of Son Marroig in Majorca

Now there are no excuses, you know the most impressive places to go on your Serra de Tramuntana hiking. Which one are you going to visit first?


Lucia's life motto is "go with the flow". She lets herself go with the flow and joins any plan.

She has been lucky enough to travel to many different places, but her perfect trip is any place with sun, sand and sea. Indecisive by nature, she would not know how to choose between the Canary Islands or the Balearic Islands in Spain, or between Mexican and Peruvian food. Maybe that's why she will never say no to a trip... She has to find answers!

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