Can Pastilla- Sta.Maria-Inca – Sa Calobra- Puig Major – Soller – Bunyola – Can Pastilla



Puig Major is the highest point on the island of Majorca. It rises to 1,445 metres and is located in the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, in the municipality of Escorca.

This natural area consists of amazing ecosystems above 800m up to 1,436m, with enormous vertical overhangs. Typical vegetation culminates in endemic Balearic vegetation which appears as and from 900/1,000 metres in the Serra de Tramuntana.

Sóller is a beautiful village, located about 3 kilometres from its port, Puerto de Soller. The village is located in a fertile valley surrounded by mountains. Soller valley is divided between the villages of Fornalutx and Biniaraix.

The valley and the mountains that surround it, the “Serra de Tramuntana” mountain range, are a firm favourite with people from all over the world, especially for trekkers, nature lovers, cultural tourists, sports people, gastronomists, or simply those seeking rest and relaxation, far from the hustle and bustle of better known resorts.


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