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The 80 varied walking routes in this guidebook cover 4 areas around the island of Mallorca - Pollenca and the north, The Central Mountains, Andratx and the south, and the Serra de Llevant. Explore Mallorca's diverse terrain - from rugged mountains to remote valleys and breathtaking cliff coastlines.
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Walking in Mallorca is written for the experienced mountain walker, used to walking in mountains in all seasons. It provides a selection of walks of all degrees of difficulty, and should enable even those limited to a short holiday to make the best use of their time.
Circular walks have been described whenever possible, but sometimes it is necessary to return the same way to the starting point.
Most of the walks depend on the use of a hired car, but Mallorca does have an excellent public transport system too. Some walks can be done directly from Cala de Sant Vicenç, Pollença, Port de Pollença, Sóller, Port de Sóller, Valldemossa, Esporles, Banyalbufar, Andratx and even Palma.
Conservation above Valldemossa
Walks 55, 56 & 57 each follow a path on a slope north of Valldemossa. The path enters an area where a conservation project is now in place. Access is permitted, but a permit has to be obtained in advance, and at weekends priority will be given to local people. Permits are required for any route passing Font de s'Abeurada, Pla des Pouet and Talaia Vella. Email email@example.com to apply for a permit, as far in advance as possible, giving the date of your proposed visit, the route you intend taking and the number of people in your group, up to a maximum of 15. If any discussion is required in relation to a permit, telephone +34 608 973 083 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Walk 18 Es Cosconar and Torre de Lluc. This route is now too overgrown beyond the Quartier des Carabiners to the viewpoint above the torre. It is an out and back route, so may still be enjoyed up to this point.
In the last line of the route description for Walk 69, the route to follow to make a circular route should be Walk 68, not Walk 66(a).
The following websites have changed:
Walking in Mallorca/Maps
www.mfom.es/ign has changed to www.ign.es
Walking in Mallorca/Guided Walking
www.outdoormallorca.com has changed to www.facebook.com/outdoormallorca
The bus website http://tib.caib.es has changed to www.tib.org
We are grateful to one of our readers for the following information.
Walk 37 Sa Gubia and Pas de sa Fesa – The stile in the cleft of Pas de sa Fesa is broken. Gates on the descent are locked and difficult to pass. Use the route description for the ascent, then retrace steps for the descent.
Walk 71 Puig d'en Garrafa – On the descent via Coma de s'Ermita, gates are locked and difficult to pass. However, the alternative ascent route via Comellar de Can Pau can be reversed to offer a descent.
Walk 21 Puig Tomir – The gate at Menut is closed to vehicles, but walkers use a pedestrian gate. On the descent from Coll de Fartàritx, the track is fenced on both sides, so look left to spot a stile.
Walk 63 Galatzó via Pas des Cossi – There is a small car park at the entrance to the Son Fortuny estate.
Readers possessing copies of 'Walking in Mallorca', dated 2004 and earlier, may again follow Walk 13(a) through Ternelles, though Castel del Rei remains closed. A permit has to be arranged in advance by visiting the website www.ajpollenca.net. Click on 'Visite a Ternelles' and follow the instructions.
Walk 27 Puig de Massanella – The latest fees for access are detailed at www.puigdemassanella.com.
Walk 55 – A stile giving access to the summit of Es Teix bears a notice forbidding access, but many walkers have found no problem crossing it to reach the top. However, it is no longer possible to continue and descend to Sóller.
Walk 56 – As above, despite a forbidding notice, walkers report no problem reaching the summit of Es Teix.
Walk 65 S'Esclop – The descent described in the book is now impassable. Don't do it. Instead, reverse the ascent route.
Walks 48 and 49
The urban area of Port de Sóller had been pedestrianized. The tram and bus terminuses have been moved, and some of the street signs removed.
Thanks to David Roberts for providing the following directions for walkers starting out on Walks 48 and 49:
'Leave the tram terminus in Port de Soller and walk 200m south along the seafront to a obvious dual carriageway. Go along this to the first roundabout and take the left turnoff along Av 11 de Mayo, continue along this route onto carrer de Belgica, climbing high above the port. At the first hairpin bend when the road goes sharply left, go straight ahead on a narrow path...'
|Scope of this Guide|
|Accommodation and Travel|
|Choice of Base|
|Climate and Weather|
|Brief Geological History|
|Surface Features Today|
|The Parc Natural de s’Albufera|
|The Black Vulture Recuperation Programme|
|Pine Processionary Caterpillars|
|Equipment and Clothing|
|Grading and Route Information|
|Walkers’ Country Code|
|Department de Natura i Medi Ambient|
|Area 1 Pollença and the North|
|Walk 1 Platja des Coll Baix|
|Walk 2 Penya Roja and Talaia d’Alcúdia|
|Walk 3 Talaia d’Alcúdia via ses Fontanelles|
|Walk 4 El Fumat and Roca Blanca|
|Walk 5 Cala en Gossalba|
|Walk 6 Cala Murta and Castellet|
|Walk 7 Na Blanca|
|Walk 8 Vall de Bóquer|
|Walk 9 Serra del Cavall Bernat|
|Walk 10 Serra de la Punta|
|Walk 11 Puig de l’Aguila|
|Walk 12 Mola|
|Walk 13 Puig de María|
|Walk 14 Rafal d’Ariant and Torrent de Mortitx|
|Walk 15 L’Havanor and Coll des Vent|
|Walk 16 Circuit of Puig Caragoler|
|Walk 17 Circuit of Puig Roig|
|Walk 18 Es Cosconar and Torre de Lluc|
|Walk 19 Cuculla de Fartàritx|
|Walk 20 Puig de Ca|
|Walk 21 Puig Tomir|
|Walk 22 Es Camell (Camel Rock)|
|Walk 23 Binifaldó and Menut|
|Walk 24 Lluc to Pollença via Camí Vell|
|Walk 25 Caimari and Ses Figueroles|
|Area 2 The Central Mountains|
|Walk 26 Torrent de Pareis|
|Walk 27 Puig de Massanella|
|Walk 28 Canaleta de Massanella from Font des Noguer|
|Walk 29 Canaleta de Massanella from Mancor de la Vall|
|Walk 30 Puig des Tossals Verds|
|Walk 31 Circuit of Tossals Verds|
|Walk 32 Puig de Sa Rateta and Puig de l’Ofre|
|Walk 33 Cúber and Comasema circular walk|
|Walk 34 Castell d’Alaró|
|Walk 35 Alaró–Orient circular walk|
|Walk 36 Penyal d’Honor|
|Walk 37 Sa Gubia and Pas de sa Fesa|
|Walk 38 Serra d’Alfàbia|
|Walk 39 Puig des Coll des Jou|
|Walk 40 Es Cornadors|
|Walk 41 Portell de sa Costa|
|Walk 42 Cúber and Barranc de Biniaraix|
|Walk 43 Fornalutx and Biniaraix|
|Walk 44 Mirador de ses Barques from Sóller|
|Walk 45 Mirador de ses Barques and Sa Costera|
|Walk 46 Cala Tuent and Sa Costera|
|Walk 47 Puig de Bàlitx from Port de Sóller|
|Walk 48 Circuit of Puig de Bàlitx|
|Walk 49 Ses Puntes and Torre Picada|
|Walk 50 The Lighthouse and Punta de Sóller|
|Walk 51 Deià Coastal Walk|
|Walk 52 Sóller to Deià via Camí de Castelló|
|Walk 53 Port de Sóller to Sóller via Camí de Castelló|
|Walk 54 Punta de Sa Foradada|
|Walk 55 Es Teix and Sa Galera|
|Walk 56 Es Teix and the Camí de s’Arxiduc|
|Walk 57 Sa Moleta de Pastoritx|
|Area 3 Andratx and the South|
|Walk 58 Banyalbufar and Port des Canonge|
|Walk 59 Banyalbufar to Valldemossa|
|Walk 60 Puntals de Son Fortesa from Banyalbufar|
|Walk 61 Puntals de Son Fortesa from Puigpunyent|
|Walk 62 Sa Granja to Banyalbufar|
|Walk 63 Galatzó via Pas des Cossi|
|Walk 64 Galatzó from Puigpunyent|
|Walk 65 S’Esclop|
|Walk 66 La Trapa from S’Arracó|
|Walk 67 La Trapa via Coll de sa Gramola|
|Walk 68 Sant Elm to Port d’Andratx|
|Walk 69 Port d’Andratx to S’Arracó|
|Walk 70 Sa Dragonera|
|Walk 71 Puig d’en Garrafa|
|Walk 72 Portals Vells and Morro d’en Feliu|
|Walk 73 Puig d’en Saragossa|
|Walk 74 Circuit of Puig d’en Bou|
|Walk 75 Serra de na Burguesa|
|Walk 76 Talaia de son Jaumell|
|Walk 77 Torre d’Albarca|
|Walk 78 Bec de Ferrutx and Ermita de Betlem|
|Walk 79 Puig Morei|
|Walk 80 Randa|
|Appendix 1 High Level Walk from Andratx to Pollença|
|Appendix 2 Alphabetical Reference Section|
|Appendix 3 Language Notes and Topographical Glossary|
|Appendix 4 Further Reading|
|Appendix 5 List of Sketch Maps|
|Appendix 6 Routes List|
|Appendix 7 Table of Mountains and Tops over 1000m|