Tag Archives: Nature in Majorca

Six hidden coves in Majorca to explore

Now that we are in the middle of summer, it is the perfect moment to enjoy a refreshing dip in the crystal clear water of the Mediterranean Sea.  And what´s better than doing it while discovering secret corners such as these six hidden coves in Majorca, the perfect combination of nature and turquoise waters.  Places hidden from mass tourism where a different Majorca is to … Continue reading

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Cycling tours and other active tourism options in Majorca

The island of Majorca has, in recent years, become an ideal travel destination for active tourism.  The whole island is sprinkled with trails and old paths for hiking, especially Serra de Tramuntana, registered by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Mankind in the cultural landscape category.  Its steep orography, next to the sea and dotted with picturesque towns such as Valldemossa, Deià, Sóller or Banyalbufar, is … Continue reading

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Coves in Majorca: the inspiring magic of Sa Calobra

The Serra de Tramuntana hides many beautiful areas throughout its steep and rugged mountain range.  One of these magic places is Sa Calobra, located in the town of Escorca (the least densley populated town of the whole island, with barely 2.2 inhabitants per square kilometre). There are many coves in Majorca, but this is one of the most spectacular. Sa Calobra is special for many reasons.  … Continue reading

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Ecotourism routes in Majorca

Majorca, like the rest of the Balearic Islands, is a great exponent of marine and terrestrial biodiversity. Its strategic location in the Mediterranean basin, united with the insularity factor and the resulting geographical isolation, has contributed an environmental and agriculture level to this situation. For nature fans, Majorca is an ideal destination due to its wide variety of scenery and its climate, with mild winters … Continue reading

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The GR 221 or the Pedra en Sec route: walking through a different Majorca

The Serra de Tramuntana, declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, makes up a valuable environmental and cultural landscape in the island of Majorca.  A unique heritage, formed over history since ancient times, which can be enjoyed today with the GR 221.  It is a long trail which goes through the Serra de Tramuntana from beginning to end, known as the Pedra en Sec … Continue reading

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