An impressive wealth of landscapes.

Mallorca has an impressive wealth of landscapes. As a result, the walks in the mountains, coast and plains reveal magnificent nature sceneries that will impress hikers venturing onto the island’s trails.mMost walking routes are located in the Tramuntana Mountains, on the northeastern coast of Mallorca. There you will enjoy the best views, the most spectacular streams and the highest mountains on the island with several peaks rising above 1,000 metres. The highest point is Puig Major at approximately 1,450 metres. The Llevant Mountains are also captivating. They are not as high and are more scattered than the Tramuntana mountains. But they certainly deserve a visit. Lastly, you can also walk along the coast, especially if you want to enjoy the peace and solitude of the beautiful virgin beaches hidden in the Mallorcan coast. Such is the case of the the Artà beaches, in the Llevant nature park, or a number of virgin beaches in the municipality of Manacor, among others. Also a pilgrimage to the monasteries in the area, like Lluc or Sant Salvador, will make a very interesting walk. Mallorca is an ideal place for the practice of Nordic Walking because its climate and diversity of landscape are the perfect combination to enjoy a healthy holiday on the island. Nordic Walking is an emerging sport in Mallorca. It is suitable for all ages and consists in walking with poles that are especially designed for the activity you are engaging in. It requires some skill to adequately execute the exercise. Therefore we recommend that you take a beginners’ course with a qualified coach who will teach you how to perform the movements with precision and thus obtain the desired benefits. More and more companies offer courses and guided tours through the geography of Mallorca as part of complete and specific tourist packages. You can practice Nordic Walking all year round even though we recommend you to avoid high temperatures during summer. Nordic Walking is an emerging sport in Mallorca. It is suitable for all ages and consists in walking with poles that are especially designed for the activity you are engaging in. It requires some skill to adequately execute the exercise. Therefore we recommend that you take a beginners’ course with a qualified coach who will teach you how to perform the movements with precision and thus obtain the desired benefits. More and more companies offer courses and guided tours through the geography of Mallorca as part of complete and specific tourist packages. You can practice Nordic Walking all year round even though we recommend you to avoid high temperatures during summer.

CIRCUITS

NORDIC WALKING CIRCUIT 7km from the Hotel. Mallorca has the first Nordic Walking park in Spain. It was created recently in the municipality of Alcúdia. It offers different itineraries with three levels of difficulty. The ‘Es Barcarés’ green route runs along the coast and it is an easy walk. The La Victòria route through the Mediterranean forest offers panoramic views. The Coll Baix route is a difficult walk. It finishes at the small cove of es Coll Baix, a privileged setting that can only be reached on foot or by boat. The enviable natural spaces with numerous hiking routes and the island’s beaches are ideal for Nordic Walking. They offer many itineraries of different lengths and difficulty. All in all, Mallorca is an ideal setting to take your first steps in the practice of this sport or continue your training in a location that is committed to sustainability. The island offers many possibilities to complement your sports holidays. In Mallorca you will discover a rich cultural, natural and gastronomic heritage unknown to many visitors. In addition to these tours, we also want to highlight the following:

TRIPS LESS THAN 1 HOUR

Puig de Maria . 6 km from Hotel
Cala Bóquer . 1 km from Hotel

TOURS BETWEEN 1 & 3 HOURS

Castell de Rei . 6 km from Hotel
Atalaya d’Albercuix . 5 km from Hotel
The Fumat and Cala Murta . Just 10 km from Hotel
Cala Figuera . Just 10 km from Hotel
Coves Blanques

TOURS OF MORE THAN 3 HOURS

Camí Vell de LLuc

Located 7 km from your apartment. This is the most interesting, so I reproduce the description of the route. The tour begins in ancient-Lluc Pollença road at the end of Orchard Street, continue along an asphalt road about 500 m up to the torrent of Sant Jordi. We Can Pontico direction dirt roads to find the road-Lluc Pollença. Then, following the road until km. 5.3 we find a large pine tree and take the left path, which borders the Torrent de la Vall d”en Marcc, crossing the possessions of Son Marc, the Pujol and Molinet until it begins the ascent of a beautiful, leafy oaks. The road full of curves, climbs through the possessions of Ca l”Hereuet, and we always left the impressive Puig Tomir of 1102M. After raising Coll Binifaldó reach the paved road and take the right direction Lluc. Reach back to the road-Lluc Pollença, turn left and about 50 meters, take a stone path which takes us to the Shrine of Lluc.
Length and distance: 5 hours, 16 Km
Difficulty: medium.
Route Type. Gravel and asphalt road

At the Hotel Reception we will advise you how to go to the beginning of all tours.

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