Serra De Tramuntana

Mallorca island (Balearic Islands, Spain) is a very popular hot spot for (not only) German and English tourists seeking sunny weather and long sandy beaches. It can be so overrun by tourists that you sometimes forget you are actually in Spain. But if you avoid the travel season and prefer mountains you can quite easily find beautiful places that are not too crowded.

The Serra de Tramuntana on Mallorca island (Spain) is a World Heritage Site declared by the UNESCO under the cultural landscape category. It is a mountain region in the north-west of Mallorca (Balearic Islands) with an altitude up to 1.443m (Puig Major). Besides the beautiful mountains there are very scenic mountain villages with the typical agricultural terraces and countless orange, lemon and olive trees. It is just the right spot for hiking, relaxing and going on photo safari.

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