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As everyone else is mentioning, the starting point is quite hard to find. We asked at the tourist office and they explained it clearly. From the tourist office you walk into the street next to the parking lot. When you arrive at the football fields,...More
There are a few routes up to the top when you start in Valldemossa. The most straight forward and popular is to simply follow the direct path which is clearly signposted. It is very wooded with few options to see anything but gets you to...More
The Archduke got his staff to build this path so that he could prance about up on the cliffs on his horse - extraordinary. The views are stunning, however. Be careful as some parts of the walks in the books are now only accessible with...More
I loved the walk but my Uk walking boots which are used to grass just didn't cut it . I ended up with blisters on my soles after 14 miles which sort of spoiled my holiday ... Majorca is 80% rock walking ... look after...More
we hiked with a guide which was useful as there are many alternates to take However it is all well marked and mapped and in the end you cant get lost.....just go down! we were a group of 75 year olds who are fit and...More
You need to notify the rangers of the Muntanya de Voltor to access the path. It is easy to find on line.
Generally well marked but one path between Mirador de sea Basses and the Cova des'Ermita Guiem took a bit of finding. Once you...More
Update March 2017: walk from Valdemossa to Deia is possible avoiding the private property on west side of mountain. New Alpina 1:25k map marks the route as GR221. We did circular walk today from Valdemossa up the Coma des Cairats. We descended through the western...More
We did this hike from Deia and it was fantastic however, as with many places in Mallorca currently, a private landowner is attempting to control access on the Valldemossa side. We chanced it, met up with a local and his friend from Madrid who blagged...More