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Written by Janani on August 13, 2020 Share on

Tramuntana Mountains in Mallorca, Spain – 9 Reasons why must visit this mountain

Looking to sunbathe on beaches of the beautiful blue Mediterranean waters or explore the medieval villages, in your European Holiday? Mallorca in Spain is our pick for you. Mallorca, the largest island in the Balearic Islands draws tourists from all over the world. The Island is quite scenic with rugged cliffs melting into the Mediterranean Sea. The Groves of orange and olive trees are added beauties. How about relaxing in this sitting while sipping a freshly made mocktail? In addition to all of this, you will spot the dramatic mountains skirting the length of its northern coast. This range of mountains is called the Serra de Tramuntana or Tramuntana Mountains. The Tramuntana Mountains is well known for its historical, cultural and environmental importance. So, yes, we bring you the 9 Reasons why you should visit Tramuntana when you are in Mallorca.

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9 Reasons why you should visit Tramuntana

Here are 9 reasons as to why you shouldn’t miss the Tramuntana Mountains on your bucket list

  1. Incredible views
  2. Galilea – Mallorca’s highest village
  3. La Torre de Verger
  4. La Reserva Puig de Galatzó
  5. Deia
  6. Hiking
  7. Cycling
  8. Wine
  9. Lluc Monastery

Incredible views

It goes without saying that this huge mountain range will provide some of the incredible views. However, until you visit, you will not know how spectacular they are. So, better plan a vacation to Mallorca, thank us later!

View from Tramuntana Mountains
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Galilea – The Mallorca’s highest village

Galilea is the highest village in the Island, at an altitude of 460 meters above sea level. This tiny and blissfully quiet place has a 17th-century church, a couple of restaurants and very few houses. If you’re not in any rush, enjoy the stunning vista over a beer along with some tapas at the Cafe Sa Placa de Galilea near Tramuntana Mountains.

Galilea in Mallorca
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La Torre de Verger

La Torre de Verger is an ancient watchtower that sits on the edge of a cliff near the village of Banyalbufar. This tower was originally a lookout for pirates. Now in a state of ruin, La Torre de Verger is a popular photography spot near the Tramuntana Mountains.

Watch tower in Tramuntana Mountains
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La Reserva Puig de Galatzó

At the western end of the Tramuntana, is the La Reserva Puig de Galatzo. It is a nature reserve and adventure park deep in the forest. La Reserva Puig de Galatzó contains Mallorca’s longest zip wire. It also has a Tibetan-style suspension bridge and climbing walls. 

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No trip to the Tramuntana Mountains will be complete without visiting Deia. Deia is a stunning village situated high in the mountains with spectacular sea views. Did you know that the English poet Robert Graves made Deia his home in the 1930s?

Deia is one of the prettiest villages on the island and it has become a playground for the rich and famous. 


Mallorca is a paradise for walkers. When you are near the Tramuntana Mountains, hiking the dry stone route is a must-do activity. This route is based on a network of ancient pathways. The route is split into eight stages. There are various refuges along the route. You can stop to rest and refuel in case you get tired.

Hiking the Tramuntana Mountains
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Mallorca is also a known spot for cycling. Cyclists come all the way to Mallorca to tackle famous routes such as the Sa Calobra. It is one of the most unusual roads in Europe, but with spectacular views. A cycle ride to the Cap de Formentor across the northern roads with a lot of hairpin bends is also a popular route.

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There are numerous wineries in the Tramuntana Mountain Range. There are also some famous terraces around Banyalbufar which are traditionally used only for growing vines. The Malvasia grape was brought from Italy in the 15th-century. It has been in use to produce wine from then on. Bodegas such as Son Puig and Son Vives offer wine tasting tours.

Sunset in mallorca
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Lluc Monastery

The Lluc Monastery is also known as the  Santuari de Lluc. It is an important place of pilgrimage on the island. Lluc is believed to be the son of a local farmer who found a wooden figurine of the Virgin Mary in the woods. He gave it to the local church. But even after giving it to the local church, it kept re-appearing back in the same place where he had found it. This eventually led to the construction of the sanctuary in that very place. 

Lluc Moanstery in Mallorca
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Mallorca is known for its breathtakingly beautiful landscapes and amazing beaches. The Tramuntana Mountains is just way beyond comparison. Now that you know 9 reasons why you shouldn’t miss this little wonder. What are you waiting for? Plan a trip and pack your bags to Mallorca right now! Check out some cool Mallorca packages and book your ideal trip to Spain with Pickyourtrail. Need more help? Drop a Whatsapp query, we will get in touch with you.

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