The Serra de Tramuntana is a mountain range that runs across the northern end of the island of Mallorca. It is the highest mountain range in the Balearic Islands and is home to several peaks reaching more than 1,000 meters in elevation. The tallest is Puig Major (1,445 meters), which cannot be accessed as it is home to a military installation.
Among the many hiking options on the island mountain range to choose from is a week-long trek heading from southwest to northeast. This route takes you through various coastal villages and along the famous Dry Stone Route too.
For shorter options, many single-day hikes are to various points along the coasts as well as up the various mountains farther inland are also quite popular.
During the summer, average daily temperatures are between 20 ºC and 25 ºC. The area receives the lowest amounts of rain in the summer, when it rarely rains. Autumn tends to be the wettest season of the year.
Any trip to the Serra Tramuntana begins with a flight into Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI). From here, it is easiest to rent a car and make the short drive north to the start of the trip.
April to September, although many guides offer trips year-round
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