A week full of hiking along wonderful routes and quiet trails surrounded by nature. Stylish and cosy Finca-hotels ensure relaxing nights and in their gardens with pools and cosy corners you can really relax. In the evening you will enjoy typical Mallorquin cuisine in a charming atmosphere. This hiking tour perfectly reflects the multifacetedness of this beautiful island in the sun.
A week full of hiking along wonderful routes and quiet trails surrounded by nature. Stylish and cosy Finca-hotels ensure relaxing nights and in their gardens with pools and cosy corners you can really relax. In the evening you will enjoy typical Mallorquin cuisine in a charming atmosphere. This hiking tour perfectly reflects the multifaceted nature of this beautiful island in the sun.
£875.00 per person – Low season (15th February – 21st March and 11th October – 24th October)
£925.00 per person – Mid season (22nd March – 9th May and 29th September – 10th October)
£1060.00 per person – High Season (10th May – 20th June and 29th August – 19th September
£500.00 Single room occupancy (double room for single occupancy) 4 dinners £160 per person
£160.00 per person – 4 dinners (2x Orient & 2x Sóller)
Departure Dates 2020:
Saturdays from 15 February – 24th October.
Thursday and Saturday in May, June and September
Additional dates available for groups of 4+ people.
Day 1: Arrive Pollença
Situated on the foothills of the “Serra de Tramuntana” you are expected by the typical Mallorquin town Pollença. You walk through the narrow streets of the old town, have a Café con Leche on the Plaza Majo” or you walk up the Calvary coveredin cypresses and enjoy the panoramic view.
Day 2: Coastal hike on the peninsula Alcúdia
One of the hiking classics of Mallorca, the peninsula La Victòria, is situated between the bay of Pollença and Alcúdia. The route leads along the coastline and up to a wonderful top of a cliff. A switchback with lots of endless panoramic views, and the possibility to go swimming in the turquoise bay „Boll Baix“, leads you over smooth tops back to Alcúdia.
Walking time: approx. 5 hrs.
Day 3: Pollença – Cuber Reservoir – Orient/Alaró
Short transfer to the Cuber Reservoir. You are presented an interesting scenery with tall grass, marked rocks and stony paths. On your way through the impressive Serra de Tramuntana you can enjoy the view over sunny cliff coasts and fertile valleys. You go past the manor „Coma Sema“, once one of the biggest olive farmers of the island, until you reach the magic Orient-valley.
Walking time: approx. 5.5 hrs.
Day 4: Circular walk Castell d`Alaró
Today the exploration of the Orient-valley, the orchard of Mallorca, is next up on the agenda. The acropolis hill is seen from afar on your way over the „Coll d`Orient“. Through holly oak forests and with views of a picturesque scenery, you walk towards the Castell d`Alaro, a pilgrimage site with a hermitage. On your way back you really should try one of the specialities from the Finca Es Verger.
Walking time: approx. 4 hrs.
Day 5: Orient/Alaró – Bunyola – Sóller
On lonely trails you leave Orient towards an alpine region with a long-drawn-out rock ledge of the northwest face. On your tour towards Bunyola you are going to discover one of the mountain tops, Penyals d`Honor, on foot. Arrived at the top, you can enjoy the panoramic views of the island lowlands and the bay of Palma. In Bunyola you take the old tram „Roter Blitz“ to Sóller.
Walking time: approx. 4.5 hrs.
Day 6: Coast walking from Deia to Sóller
By bus to the bohemian town Deia, the jewel of the westcoast. You start your tour in the bay of Deia along the rocky coast and up to the romantic mailing rout to Sóller. The backdrop with its impressive coastal scenery will fascinate you. Thesightseeing tour of an old oil mill, a freshly squeezed orange juice and the trail through numerous olive orchards will round off your day.
Walking time: approx. 4-5 hrs.
Day 7: Departure.
Pollença: Finca Son Sant Jordi
‘Son Sant Jordi’ in Pollenca is a property with a long family-run tradition, consisting of pretty houses dating back to the 17th century. The rooms are furnished in a mixture of antique and modern furniture and a passion for detail as are the spacious reception rooms and lounges. The centre of Centre of Son Sant Jordi is a green garden oasis with pool and a traditional Mallorcan terrace. www.hotelsonsantjordi.com
Orient: Finca Son Palou
The gorgeous „Finca Son Palou“ is located in the middle of apple and cherry orchards at the edge of the appealing Tramuntana mountains. The garden is lovely with lots of quiet corners and the big pool provides absolute relaxation. The typical Mallorcan furniture creates a wonderful feelgood zone. In the restaurants you are served bio-products from their own farm. www.sonpalou.com
Sóller: Finca Can Quatre
Situated in the orange – valley of Sóller, the „Finca Can Quatre“ is a typical Mallorcan finca, newly and fashionably renovated and with charming and comfortable furniture. The finca is surrounded by a lovely garden with pool, which is a quiet place to relax and recreate and only 10 minutes on foot away from the picturesque town square of Sóller www.canquatre.com
Note: If one of the accommodations is not available, the booking is made in an alternative accommodation.