The impressive Serra de Tramuntana mountain range forms the backbone of Mallorca, stretching from Andratx in the southwest to Cap de Formentor in the extreme north, almost 90 km long.
In 2011, it was awarded the title of UNESCO World Heritage, so visiting this unique and extraordinarily beautiful area of Mallorca is a must.
Mallorca’s most picturesque villages nest in the Serra de Tramuntana. The coastal town of Banyalbufar, with its beautiful sea views, is worth admiring, as is spending a day visiting Deià, Valldemossa, Sóller, Fornalutx
In the Tramuntana mountain range we also find the Gorg Blau and Cúber reservoirs and the high peaks of Puig Major (1,445 m), Teix, Massanella and Tomir. The rural landscape is dominated by rows of houses and dry stone walls. The wildest and most remote parts of the Tramuntana constitute an adrenaline-filled adventure paradise for lovers of extreme sports.
Another recommended destination is theTorrent de Pareis which can be reached by sea or by road, through the dizzying curves of Coll de Sóller or, why not, through the mountain pass of Sa Calobra on a challenging route by motorbike, car or bicycle.
These are just some of the corners of the Serra de Tramuntana. And what better way to discover them than from Can Cama Rotja, located at the foot of this mountainous formation and in the centre of the island, allows you to discover every corner of Mallorca.