Walking Holidays in Spain - Balearic Islands - Mallorca - The Sunny Island

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Walking in Mallorca, Spain Mallorca is now well and truly on the walking map with walkers discovering that the island is not just beaches and a sun tan. To the north and northwest of the island is a limestone mountain range, the Sierra de Tramuntana with many peaks rising to over 1000m and culminating in the Puig Mayor at 1447 metres. Mallorca has over 300 miles of coastline with an abundance of picturesque coves and inlets where the mountains meet the sea. Springtime brings beautiful sub-alpine flowers to enhance your walks on the slopes below rocky mountain summits. Lower down paths are scented year round by lavender and wild thyme.

The walks are generally well marked and are often along old mule tracks formerly trading routes between villages. Stunning panoramic views towards the sea are plentiful whether you are on a cliff path or many miles inland. 

A number of the walks in Mallorca have been closed by private land owners barring the way and many guide books are now quite out of date. Our self guided walks take this into account and offer uninterrupted walking.

Self Guided

We offer a choice of walks for all abilities based in Port de Soller.

This we feel is the best base for self guided walking. 

Many walks are available from either hotel or you can use the reliable public transport by bus (timetable provided) to access those walks further afield or to return you home at the end of the day.

Walk Grading

Self Guided - Easy Moderate & Challenging

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Marina - 3 Star


Set in a privileged position on Port de Soller sea front along a quiet tree lined pedestrian area, the Marina has been family owned for more than 80 years. You can upgrade to a room with sea or mountain views, as well as enjoy the spa, gym, outdoor swimming pool and frontline beach. You can also enjoy their wellness and spa centre should you want some extra relaxation! The Majorcan style restaurant offers buffet style dinner and breakfast - an a la carte menu is also available for dinner.

All rooms feature free Wi-Fi, television, air conditioning, safe and private bathroom with WC, shower/bath and hairdryer.


Aimia Hotel - 4 Star

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This charming boutique hotel sits just a few metres from the beach in Port de Soller and boasts magnificent sea views. The quiet rooms are very comfortable, some of which offer sea views. Guests can enjoy the relaxing terrace, swimming pool, sauna, jacuzzi and quiet reading area. Their Airecel Restaurant serves delicious local produce in a traditional Majorcan style.

All rooms feature free Wi-Fi, television, air conditioning, safe and private bathroom with WC, shower/bath and hairdryer.


Hotel Los Geranios **** - 4 Star

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This small family owned hotel, with only 24 rooms, is located on the promenade of Port de Soller Bay directly in front of the sea, in a peaceful spot away from traffic.Each room comes with air conditioning, satellite tv, telephone and hairdryer. High speed Wi-fi free of charge, is available in the rooms and all main areas.An extensive breakfast buffet is being served on the ground floor in the Brasserie, which has got a large terrace on the beach promenade.All rooms have a side sea view room with a direct sea view room available at a supplement. The hotel offers the guests a sauna (free of charge).


Availability Information

Mallorca can be enjoyed all year round although July and August may be too hot for all but the most hardy walkers. Excellent walking conditions fall during Spring and Autumn. Winter walkers will be rewarded with empty paths and a cool average 14°C in January and still enjoy up to 5 hours of sunshine daily. Snow falls on the mountain peaks during the winter. Please note some hotels close for some winter months.

Please note our best to go information is generally referring to the walking which may fall in the early or late season in some places. This may mean that not all tourist facilities will be open at the time you visit. When to book your walking holiday in Spain - Balearic Islands - Mallorca - The Sunny Island

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