Self guided tour on Mallorca

Self guided tour on Mallorca 790 , 8 Days
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La Luminosa, the enlightened, is the Spanish name for Majorca. The largest of the Balearic islands has many hidden secrets and shows off to her best advantage. Explore the tranquil core of Majorca the wild Sierra de Tramuntana with good walking paths over rocks and though sun drenched scattered oaks. Cross olive groves to picturesque villages with manor houses and castles. Now and again you enjoy marvellous views of the sea and small islands. Sun, beach, sea and recuperation are the strong points of the idyllic coastal villages.

Tour highlights:
 
Unique hiking combination - coast & mountains
Overnight stay in the idyllic Lluc monastery
Ride with the retro-railway ‚Red Flash’
The bustling island capital Palma
 
Note: Tour starts on Fridays and Saturdays

Itinerary
 
Day 1. Arrival 
Individual journey to Pt. Alcúdia
 
Day 2. Coastal walk on the peninsula of Alcúdia
One of the most beautiful paths stretch between the bay of Pollenca and Alcúdia. You follow the coast and climb a stunning rocky peak. On winding paths with incredible panoramic views you cross soft hills back to the historic town Alcúdia and finally to the promenade of Pt. Alcúdia. 
Walking time approx. 6 hrs, 15 km, uphill/downhill: 690 m/820 m
 
Day 3. Pt. Alcúdia - Monastery Lluc 
Short transfer to Pollenca, where you join the historic pilgrim path to Lluc. The high summits of Serra de Tramuntana in full view you walk up on the pass past Puig Tomir. Shade stone oak forests, flushing orchards and rough meadows compose a varied scenery. Connoisseurs walk through the botanical garden of the monastery. 
Walking time: approx. 4.5 hrs, 13 km, uphill/downhill: 600 m/220 m
 
Day 4. Pilgrim path Cuber Reservoir
In the morning transfer to Cuber Reservoir, where you join a further stage of the pilgrim paths to Lluc. You walk high up into the Sierra and on passes down to Lluc. An interesting countryside with high grass, rocks and crossings that resemble high alpine territory lay ahead of you. The sunny vistas on the steep rock coast and fertile valleys certainly belong to the most marvellous sights Majorca has to offer. Return to monastery Lluc for another overnight. 
Walking time: approx. 5-6 hrs, 15 km, uphill/downhill: 880 m/590 m
 
Day 5. Monastery Lluc - Pt. Sóller
You will walk along the Cuber reservoir to the L’Ofre pass where a superb panoramic view of the Serra de Tramuntana peak is waiting for you. You take the winding path up to the Es Cornador peak where you can enjoy the view into the distance across the coast and to Palma. On your way to Sóller you will walk along the well-known panoramic path through the Biniaraix gorge, which is one of nicest landscapes in the Tramuntana mountains. You will reach the lively centre of Sóller by walking alongside beautifully scenting orange plantations. By taking the old tram, you will get to the Port de Sóller.
Walking time: approx. 4.5 hrs, 12 km, uphill/downhill: 300 m/990 m
 
Day 6. Coastal path from Deia to Sóller
Transfer to the artists’ village – Deia. You will start today’s walk from Deia bay and you will head along the wildly romantic rocky coastline towards Sóller. You can expect a diverse route with great views and numerous quiet places to sit back and relax. In a Finca’s flourishing garden, high above the Sóller valley, you can refuel with some freshly squeezed orange juice and a tasty piece of cake before you end your day’s walk by walking along Port de Sóller’s promenade.
Walking time: approx. 5 hrs, 12km, uphill/downhill: 300 m/430 m
 
Day 7. Pt. Sóller - Playa de Palma 
Take the nostalgic train through the valley of oranges (“Picking of oranges during the train ride forbidden”) down to Palma. Enjoy this ride along the mountains of Tramuntana and through the fertile plains of Palma. The beach promenade takes you to the lively Playa de Palma. Take a stroll through the historic old town of Palma with little alleys and the majestic cathedral. 
Walking time: approx. 3.5 hrs, 13 km
 
Day 8. Departure
Individual journey home or extra days. 

*Arrivals on Fridays and Sundays
 
 How to get there?: ►By air to Palma de Mallorca. ►Take the coach to Palma bus station and then approx. 1 hr. to Pt. Alcúdia: www.tib.org ►Return from Playa de Palma to the airport: short ride by taxi, cost approx. € 25,- per fare. Or you can take the local bus
 
Good to know: Sure footedness and stamina are required for walking times up to 6 hours. You are rewarded by an unusual and beautiful perspective of Majorca. The paths can be rocky therefore sturdy walking boots are necessary. 

 


Price Includes:
7 overnights with breakfasts - 4**** hotels; 2x monastery Lluc; 2x 3*** hotel in Pt. Sóller
luggage transfer
welcome meeting (in German or English)
transfers according to program
train fare with nostalgic “red lightning train” Sóller – Palma
detailed route instructions (1 set per room)
GPS-data is available
Service hotline

Not Included:
Flight tickets
transfer from/to the airport
drinks and meals not mentioned in the program
tramway fare from Sóller to Pt. Sóller (approx. € 5,- per person)
insurance
entry fees
personal expenses
tourist tax

Additional Services:
Extra nights at Pt. Alcúdia 3* and Playa de Palma 4*: on request
Halfboard: 110 EUR


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Most of you, who are used to walking/cycling during a long weekend, will be in condition to cope with a tour of this level. You should be in a good health condition. We have successive days of longer and more difficult walking and days of lighter walking/cycling. Some parts of the day routes are done at a higher altitude. The paths are in good condition. We walk/cycle for 5/7h a day.

These tours include trekking which is a little harder, normally on a challenging terrain. We take it for granted that you are in good condition and fit. You should be physically prepared at home to get the maximum of the tour. Most of the trekking is done at a greater height (max 3000m).

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min. 2 people
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