Mallorca has a range of footpaths for every ability, from meandering scenic walks to mountainous treks.
A good way to appreciate the beauty and variety of Mallorca is on foot. With spectacular views along every stretch of footpath, a hike will give real insight into the natural beauty of the island. We organise guided walking excursions to all areas of Mallorca, including the Tramuntana Mountains, which has the longest marked footpath in Europe (GR221).
If you prefer to plan your own walks and enjoy some time simply wandering through the established footpaths then we can advise on routes and landmarks you may be interested in, or you can have an experienced guide who will take you to see the varied flora and fauna of the island as well as the natural landscape and morphology. There is extraordinary bird and wildlife with many protected reserves and regions where endangered species are given sanctuary and encouraged to breed and re-establish.
Palma de Mallorca Airport
Each day starts with breakfast and a chat about your guide and walking destination to ensure you get what you want from the day ahead. Tasteful rooms with private balconies overlooking our terraced garden offer the ideal setting for unwinding after a day on foot. Then, you’ll enjoy access to our pool, in-house sports therapy when you need it, and regional wine and home-cooked food.
After unpacking and light refreshments, there are picturesque strolls from the Villa to loosen off the legs and get rid of your travel fatigue.
This is one of the most rewarding stages of the GR221 – it is a remote and exposed stretch with spectacular scenery and views. You can start the walk/hike either from the Cubér reservoir or from Tossals Verds refuge (the latter if you’re completing the full route). One of the many highlights of this fabulous walk is a series of ancient charcoal-pits that you pass along the way, showing you yet more of the island’s rural history. Beautiful holm oak woodland and old mule tracks are on the return phase of this circular hike- approx 5 hours
This coastal walk starts in the wooded areas above Alcuida bay, this former mule trail known as “Pas de s’Aritja” allows access to the Talaia d’Alcúdia of 445 m, a winding hike up the hillside giving magnificent views out to sea, and at the Talaia, a panoramic view out over the bays of Pollensa and Alcuida. approx- 3 hours
Depending on your flights and itinerary there are shorter walks nearby which can finish off your walking adventures.
“I had such an awesome time. Thanks for making a brilliant trip. I can’t wait for the next one”