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I will start by saying that I am biased in favour of the village of Fornalutx. Such a beautifully kept small village and with the stunning views towards the Tramuntana mountain range with L’Ofre and Puig de Na Maria towering above.
The Sa Figuera Path...More
Easy to follow the path through the fig trees down to bustling Soller. The Saturday market is thriving both with fresh produce & crafts. Lovely town to stroll around and have lunch watching the Majorcans getting together in the restaurants around the square. Very scenic...More
We were staying in the beautiful hill village of Fornalutx. We walked down to Soller and then on to Port de Soller. We then chose to take this path back to Fornalutx. Inspired choice. As the sun went down over the coast there was a...More
Because we were staying in Fornalutx we intended to walk the route in the opposition direction than other reviewers. However, due to a sudden thunderstorm, including lighting and rain for the rest of the day, we ending up catching a taxi back!!! €9 euros for...More
This path is well signposted and an easy walk. It took me about an hour to walk from Soller to Fornalutz. It was slightly quicker walking the reverse downhill route. While there are some rises I did not find them either particularly strenuous nor really...More
Trail is easy to follow through small farms and old stone houses. Orange trees, lemon and olive trees grow along the trail. Once you reach the village of Soller, you can take a tram to the quaint port area by the sea. Beautiful mountainous area...More
We started by walking on the village roads from Sollér to Fornalutx via Biniarix, unfortunately ending on the road and not the path. After searching a bit in Fornalutx, we found the Sa Figuera path which was well marked through the fields and cultural landscape...More