Serra de Tramuntana

Serra de Tramuntana, Majorca: Address, Phone Number, Serra de Tramuntana Reviews: 5/5

Serra de Tramuntana
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A craggy, limestone mountain range stretching the length of the northwest coast of the island.
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Sars V
3 contributions
I love trumantana!
Jun 2021
Awesome place to be there. I never expected this kind of view will be there in Mallorca, but I'm really glad I visited.
Written 9 June 2021
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Frankie
Oxford, UK7 contributions
paradise!
Aug 2020
Serra de Tramuntana: a wild, fascinating landscape, an amazing creation of nature, we were overwhelmed by its beauty. A must!
Written 12 January 2021
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StephenCross
Dublin, Ireland15,184 contributions
Amazing coastline and sightseeing.
Aug 2019
Majorca is a very manageable island and its well worth renting a car to see the mind blowing coastline. Recommended.
Written 21 April 2020
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icecreamguru
Wodonga, Australia610 contributions
Spectacular views of the mountains and the sea
Dec 2019
Walking through the Tramuntana range is rewarding -with fresh air, well-maintained trails with great signage and spectacular views! As I spent all winter here my walks took me to great places at all times of the day, from morning to the dark after beautiful sunsets. Choose well your path and plan to return by daylight as it gets dark rather quickly, especially in the winter.
Written 25 December 2019
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Andy G
5 contributions
Time to see Majorca
Oct 2019 • Couples
We've been to Majorca (Mallorca) every October rot 6 years and seen little of the Island. We hired a car this year and had a fantastic day exploring the island. In particular the Tramuntana mountains. Breathtaking scenery word of caution the roads are narrow and busy. If you hire a car forget the status and hire something small as we did. Toured around the island visiting some of the smaller villages. Again these roads weren't made for todays traffic. We'll worth the 40€ to hire the car and that was with all inclusive insurance so no worries. Advice DO IT AMAZING!
Written 13 November 2019
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Traveller606373
Victoria, Canada7 contributions
Splendour worth visiting
Oct 2019
My experience was driving on the curvy roads to get up to Lluc from Pollença. This area has some beautiful scenery and places to stop and hike within. We didn’t ride this area but lots of others did. The roads are narrow with hairpin turns. We had to go slow in some spots but it is a area of Mallorca not to miss.
Written 12 November 2019
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Helen M
10 contributions
Fabulous views, mountains and coastline
Oct 2019
Very well worth braving the winding mountain roads to see this area of Mallorca, and to take the trip down to the coast and see the Sa Colabra beach, and Torrent of Pareis
Written 22 October 2019
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TravelGeek
Europe24 contributions
For Sheer driving pleasure and views
Oct 2019
Serra de Tramuntana is a must have day trip in your itinerary of Palma de Mallorca. Its a days trip from most of the major cities to this region and worth the drive. The hills start from the small town of Selva and can cover scenic valleys and rocky mountains to destinations like Soller or Pollenca. We took the curviest route of them to the Sa Calobra beach. The photogenic points are well marked and gives you some fantastic views to capture. There are also various trekking start points en route. During a good weather day, the roads are mostly filled with cyclists and thereby needs extra caution for car/bike drivers.
Written 21 October 2019
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The Saltiest Traveler
Jekyll Island, GA120 contributions
Day Trip
Oct 2019 • Friends
Driving out of Palma heading north is a winding road that heads to the mountains. This road leads you to Serra de Tramuntana a busy mid mountain town full of shops and cafe's. I'd you continue out of town and follow the signs to Port de Valdenossa you will find Snale Roadcac very dangerous and challenging road that leads to the Belearic Sea. The views are stunning.
Written 17 October 2019
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Teresa N
Nottingham, UK7 contributions
Fantastic views
Sep 2019
The views are amazing, high rocky mountains, twisty roads, the foremost one, called the snake, is probably the most scenic road you will ever drive on outside of the alpine passes, but not for the faint hearted, having driven down from the top, the only way to get back is more of the same!
Written 16 October 2019
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