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Wanderparadies Mallorca

Collection by Mosmas

27

Tours

02:17 h

127 mi

19,600 ft

Wir haben Mallorca in zahlreichen Urlauben als Wander- und Naturparadies kennen- und lieben gelernt. Unser Repertoire umfasst mehr als 30 verschiedene Touren unterschiedlichsten Charakters: Küstenwanderungen, verteilt rund um die Insel, und Bergtouren in der Sierra Tramuntana, mal über offene Macchien, mal durch dichten Wald.Es sind überwiegend Rundwanderungen oder solche, die man hin und zurück wandert; ihren jeweiligen Startpunkt erreicht man idealerweise mit einem Mietauto.Diese Collection zeigt unsere Favoriten.

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  • 2.49 mi
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    1,275 ft
    1,225 ft

    Short but exhausting mountain tour over rocky mountain paths with some climbing passages from Sa Font des Pi to the top of the Puig de Galatzó (1027 m). This is done because of the magnificent panoramic view over the entire west of the island, and also because it must have made it easy as a Majorca hiker.

    

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  • 7.32 mi
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    975 ft
    975 ft

    A wide track leads first along the northern shore of the Cúber Reservoir, later through a wide valley to the Finca de l'Ofre; From there, a rocky mountain path takes us to a saddle with a magnificent view of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. After some scrambling you reach the top of the Puig de l'Ofre

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  • 4.52 mi
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    1,175 ft
    1,150 ft

    Exhausting but beautiful hike on a steep coastal path from Sant Elm to the former monastery La Trapa. On the way there are always spectacular views of the island Sa Dragonera. Just before the monastery you have to climb a bit, back on a wide gravel road.

    

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  • 6.06 mi
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    900 ft
    825 ft

    The walk begins at the beach of Port de Sóller and leads up to the Muleta, past ancient olive trees, which are said to be more than 1000 years old. Then turn south to reach the old high-altitude trail Camí de Castelló at Finca Son Mico. The path leads along old dry stone walls to the delightful town

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  • 2.93 mi
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    950 ft
    850 ft

    From Esporles to the hermitage of Ermita de Maristella, take a broad but rather steep pilgrim path. On the way worth the detour to Cor de Jesús with wonderful panoramic views of Esporles.

    

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  • 3.51 mi
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    300 ft
    325 ft

    With a small boat one sets from Sant Elm to the neighboring island of Sa Dragonera. Here you can tackle the arduous ascent to the top of the Puig des Far Vell, or (as we do) more or less slope-free to visit the lighthouse at the eastern end and walk from the harbor a bit to the west. In any case, you

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  • 4.81 mi
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    875 ft
    875 ft

    Initially on a wide track, later mainly on stony paths, you hike through the rugged mountain landscape of the Serra d'Artà up to the mountain monastery Ermita de Betlem. On the way there is always a wonderful view over the bay of Alcudia to the peninsula Victoria.

    

    From the Ermita the Puig d'en Coassa

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  • 7.41 mi
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    825 ft
    825 ft

    Above Gorg Blau, at the foot of Verds, you can walk a few kilometers along a path along the Canaleta de Massanella (a stone water channel); The path offers spectacular views of the Gorg Blau and the Puig Major. Then the path leads through wild and romantic holm oak forest uphill, occasionally crossing

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  • 5.54 mi
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    575 ft
    950 ft

    You can hike from Deià to Sóller along the old Camí de Castelló high trail. To save us the road behind Deià, we start at the point where the trail leads away from the road to the south - here is also a parking lot.

    

    The path leads along old dry stone walls and old olive trees past a finca, where a rest

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  • 4.60 mi
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    650 ft
    1,200 ft

    From the La Granja estate (worth a visit for its interesting museum and irresistible potato fritters), it's off to a wide, rocky path at the beginning through holm oak forest to the picturesque coastal village of Banyalbufar. From there you can take a regular bus back to La Granja.

     

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  • 5.61 mi
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    625 ft
    650 ft

    Beautiful coastal path through shady pine and holm oak forest from a parking lot east of Banyalbufar down to the small fishing village of Port d'es Canonge. On the way, you can enjoy views of the sea, while the view down to the limestone cliffs of the Punta de s'Àguila, which are reminiscent of the chalk

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  • 5.92 mi
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    725 ft
    725 ft

    Hike with beautiful views of the rugged north coast of the southern Serra de Tramuntana to Cap Fabioler. There you have a panoramic view of the island of Sa Dragonera from a lookout over vertically sloping cliffs.

    

    The trek begins at a parking lot on the MA-10, 10 minutes north of Andratx, and returns

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  • 3.28 mi
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    250 ft
    225 ft

    This easy and relaxing hike leads through a wide valley from Finca Bóquer to the picturesque bay of Cala Bóquer. Here one looks for somewhere in the area a picnic area overlooking the turquoise blue water. On the way you meet (half) wild goats and (mostly British) Birdwatchers. Both are harmless.

    

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  • 5.03 mi
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    975 ft
    1,000 ft

    One of our favorite hikes leads from Port d'Andratx over a scenic trail to Sant Elm. After a slightly unsightly stretch of asphalt road, the serpentine you can almost always abbreviate a humpy path in the fall line, you reach the pass Col des Vent. Then you stay in nature with beautiful views of the

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  • 2.90 mi
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    775 ft
    775 ft

    Narrow mountain path over the cliffs with breathtaking views, on the way an adventurous rock passage, at the end a short climb to the summit with an ancient cannon.

    

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  • 5.26 mi
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    575 ft
    725 ft

    Beautiful walk across the Muleta above the bay of Port de Sóller. The path between olive trees, some of which are more than 1000 years old, always offers fantastic views of the bay. Near the lighthouse of Cap Gros you can take a break on the terrace of the (hosted) Refugi de Muleta. Particularly spectacular

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  • 7.67 mi
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    350 ft
    350 ft

    Fantastically beautiful hike along the rugged cliffs of the south coast. The hike starts at Cala Pi, one of the most beautiful bays in Majorca. After a very steep ascent to the edge of the cliff, the trail runs almost steely along the cliffs to an old watchtower on Cap Blanc. First you get to the picturesque

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  • 4.27 mi
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    400 ft
    425 ft

    Galilea is Mallorca's highest mountain village, and a particularly picturesque one. In the square in front of the pretty little church there are two cafés, one with a viewing terrace.

    

    A particularly beautiful section of the hiking tour from Galilea to Son Font leads first over an old cart path between

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  • 5.07 mi
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    925 ft
    950 ft

    From Peguera you can get on steeply sloping asphalt roads through a residential area to the edge of the forest, where a rocky mountain trail begins. After a sometimes very steep and strenuous climb and subsequent Kraxelei on the rocky summit of Sa Bruta you can enjoy a magnificent panoramic view, u

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  • 5.81 mi
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    350 ft
    350 ft

    On this varied coastal walk in the less developed tourist area north of Artà, you will cycle around bumpy paths and many beautiful, secluded bays. On the way you visit the massive Torre d'Albarca. (In 2006, you could even climb up a steep spiral staircase and a ladder inside.)

    

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  • Tours
    27
  • Distance
    127 mi
  • Duration
    02:17 h
  • Elevation
    19,600 ft

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