Mallorca is lucky to have a large number of walking routes to enjoy different outdoor activities and excursions. From paths by the sea and itineraries along beaches, to paths through the mountains and ascents to some of the highest.
Barranco de Biniaraix Route: declared an asset of cultural interest, it runs through the gorge of the torrent. A spectacular landscape of paved paths, stone terraces and olive groves.
Route from the Ermita de la Victoria to the Talaia de Alcudia: offers beautiful views from the top of the Talaia, from where you can see Pollensa Bay, Alcudia bay, part of Tramuntana Mountains and even the profile of Menorca .
Route to Puig de Massanella: corresponds to the ascent of the second highest mountain in Mallorca. If you choose a sunny day, from the top you can have views of the entire island.
Cami Vell de Lluc: follows the pilgrims' path along which they used to climb from Palma to the Sanctuary of Lluc, that is, it is a route that is more than 700 years old.
Cami del Arxiduc: it is one of the most beautiful routes starting from Valldemossa. In fact, this road was ordered to be built by the Archduke Luis Salvador of Austria to be able to enjoy the impressive landscape of mountains, sea, Sa Foradada...