Walking Mallorca (Majorca)

Our Walks

Cúber Reservoir to Biniaraix

This spectacular and unforgettable linear walk has fantastic views all the way, and can be tackled from either end! Downhill is pretty easy with the added benefit of being able to enjoy the views ahead of you all the way. If you have bad knees though its best to approach it from the other direction and climb uphill.

  • North West
  • Moderate
  • 4 hours
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GR221 Stage 2A: The old postman's route

This delightful, linear walk between Esporles and Banyalbufar, can either be done on its own, or it can be combined with another fabulous walk Ref. W-NW01 to create a more ambitious full day's hike. Done on its own, it is a fairly easy walk with a few climbs and some tricky cobbled surfaces (which are fine with the right footwear!). It is a particularly good walk to do when the temperatures have started to rise, as it is mostly in beautiful holm oak woods, where we can enjoy the dappled shade!

  • North West
  • Easy
  • 2.5 hours
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An inland circuit - stepping back in time

This is the ultimate get-away-from-it-all walk where peace is absolute! We get a glimpse of rural life on the island in years gone by, sometimes a little tumbledown and sometimes not in operation anymore, but with the help of a little imagination, this lovely inland walk gives us a very good idea of how things must have been!

  • South West
  • Moderate
  • 3.5 hours
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Classic Coastline from Cala Deia

This classic circular coastal route is a real treat and suitable for most walkers. We have graded it "red boot" largely due to its length, a few scrambles and a steep hill - otherwise it is mainly pleasant undulating coastline. Also recent wet weather has washed away much of our route, and erosion has made following a sensible route rather hazardous!

  • North West
  • Moderate
  • 4+ hours
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Mountain Villages & Western Coastline

A fantastic linear walk between Esporles and Banyalbufar along two of the Tramuntana’s great hiking pathways: Camis des Pescadors and Sa Volta des General. This is a substantial walk in itself but those who want to make a day of it, can return via the old postman's route (Ref. W-NW09) and make it into an excellent circular route with a stop in Banyalbufar for lunch.

  • North West
  • Challenging
  • 4.5 hours
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