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Best trails in Majorca

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Trying to find the best Majorca trails? AllTrails has 224 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, trail running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Sóller, Escorca or Andratx, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 132 moderate trails in Majorca ranging from 0.7 to 73.2 miles and from 0 to 7,283 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Majorca
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#1 - GR-221: Cúber Reservoir to Soller
Selva, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 8 mi • Est. 3 h 13 m
This route is part of the GR-221 from Cúber to Soller. The walk begins in one of the paved parking areas on the MA-10. This route is downhill almost all the way. Once past the reservoir, you will find beautiful views.Show more
#2 - Valldemossa Loop, GR 221 Camí de Sa Talaia Vella
Puigpunyent, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 8.7 mi • Est. 4 h 31 m
This route begins in Valldemossa, a beautiful town located in the western part of the island of Mallorca, within the Sierra de Tramuntana, declared by UNESCO a World Heritage Site. You can not miss a walk through its historical streets and contemplate the Palace of King Sancho, the Royal Cartuja or the Church of San Bartomeu. The walk lasts approximately 4 hours if you make a stop to rest and you can do it clockwise (more recommended) or vice versa. All along the way you will enjoy unforgettable views, nature and a pleasant adventure in the mountains. To access this hike you need to ask for a permit, due to the large number of tourists who visit this spectacular site every year: 619 591 985 / info@muntanyadelvoltor.comShow more
#3 - Alaro Castle
Alaró, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 3.3 mi • Est. 1 h 56 m
This is one of the most popular hikes in Mallorca. Weekends can be very crowded. The castle is 800 meters above the ocean. You will be able to see the plains of the island stretch out to the sea. Close to the castle you will find a chapel and sanctuary. Also, you will have the chance to enjoy food and refreshments at the nearby restaurant and bar. The castle was erected when the Moors occupied Spain. It stood against many sieges and has served a pivotal role of defiance against many different conquests. It is perched on top a rock mountain offering you views of the Tramuntana mountains and towards the sea.Show more
#4 - La Trapa Ruin Loop
Reserva Natural de la Trapa
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Length: 4.7 mi • Est. 1 h 54 m
La Trapa is the ruins of a Trappist monastery near Mallorca, in the Balearic Islands. This route will take you to the top of a mountain from where you can contemplate the sea and the old town of Sant Elm and even the island of Dragonera.Show more
#5 - Ruta Circular de Alcúdia
Alcúdia, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 30.2 mi • Est. Multi-day
Alcúdia is located in the northern part of the island of Mallora, in the Baleras Islands of Spain. It is popularly known for its beaches and views of the Mediterranean Sea. Furthermore, this town is surrounded by a well-preserved medieval wall. Its historic center with centuries of history is a magical place that you cannot miss.Show more
#6 - Puig de Randa
Algaida, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 3.5 mi • Est. 2 h 11 m
The Puig de Randa route begins in the town of Randa, which gives its name to this massif, being its highest point Puig del Cura. From here, the Santurari del Cura, you can see the entire island of Mallora and the panoramic view of the Mediterranean Sea. You will love the peace that is breathed throughout the route and, especially, from the viewpoint where the views will leave you speechless.Show more
#7 - Cami de sa Volta des General
Banyalbufar, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 5.1 mi • Est. 2 h 50 m
This trail offers beautiful views of Banyalbufar that date back to the 10th century. You will pass through a pine forest. Look for the traditional Mallorcan houses. As you continue along the route, you will see the Puig de ses Planes, the steep stone walls of the mountain are impressive. The road is named after General F. Cotoner, owner of the Baronia estate in the 19th century.Show more
#8 - Cap Gros lighthouse and Platja d'en Repric via GR 221
Sóller, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 4.4 mi • Est. 1 h 46 m
Short and relaxed walk through Port de Soller. Drive through olive groves and past a historic lighthouse. Throughout the tour there are excellent views of the town.Show more
#9 - Tossals Verds Loop from Cúber Reservoir via GR-221
Lloseta, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 8 mi • Est. 4 h 32 m
This trail will take you by the Cubér reservoir and the Tossals Verds refuge. There are springs, holm oak woods, and ancient snow pits. The trail itself is long, windy, and rocky with mountains on either side of you. The view from the top of the trail shows you the Puig Major and the Comafreda valley. In times past, the area was used by ice makers to store their supplies. If you’re still feeling up for adventure after the hike, head to the historic town of Lluc and check out the Lluc Monastery. The beautiful village that you were able to see from the top of the hike will come to life as you explore the monastery. Show more
#10 - Torrent de Pareis
Escorca, Majorca, Spain
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Length: 7.8 mi • Est. 5 h 8 m
IMPORTANT: - Wear high-top hiking shoes to avoid slipping on the rocks. - Bring a wetsuit if you do this route outside of the months of May to October. - Make sure the stream is dry (minimum 10 days since the last rains). - Be very careful as there are many accidents due to being clueless. The Torrent de Pareis was considered a Natural Monument in 2003 and flows into the beautiful cove of Sa Calobra, within the municipality of Escorca.Show more
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