Torrent de Pareis

Kid Friendly in Valencia Region

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Set beneath the impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site Tramuntana mountain range you can find this beautiful hidden beach and dramatic gorge. Torrent de Pareis is the junction of two gorges, Gorg Blau and Lluc. It is not a long walk. However, it takes a while to complete due to the size of the boulders you will need to de-escalate with the aid of your guide, of course. As you hike to the bottom of the gorge, the scenic are just breathtaking. Once down there, it is overwhelming as you feel embraced by thousands million years of geological evolution. The walk, although challenging is rather inspiring and by the end you will become a member of those who accomplished to go beyond your limits. Sa Calobra awaits at the end. You may recognize this spot if you have seen Cloud Atlas, with Tom Hanks. Then you will be transfered to Cala Tuent for a revitalizing swim before recharging with a great paella.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Torrent de Pareis, Sa Calobra, Majorca, Balearic IslandsFor its 300-metre high cliffs, its wild nature and some difficult places, the Torrent de Pareis is considered the most extraordinary hike on the island by most Majorcan mountaineers. Due to its biological and geological peculiarities, the gorge Torrent de Pareis has been declared a Natural Monument. Duration: 6 hoursStop At: Sa Calobra, Majorca, Balearic IslandsSa Calobra is an unusual part pebble/part sand beach situated at the end of a gorge made by the Torrent de Pareis. It is one of the most famous spots on Majorca and has been an inspiration for artists in the past and present.Duration: 6 hoursStop At: Cala Tuent, Sa Calobra, Majorca, Balearic Islandsala Tuent is a remote, tranquil beach on the northwest coast of Mallorca, with stunning views of the surrounding Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, including its highest peak, Puig Major. Located near the popular Cala Sa Calobra and Torrent de Pareis, Cala Tuent remains a quieter beach, with less tourists due to the fact that tourist buses don’t stop through here. There are few accessible beaches along this beautiful, mountainous, UNESCO world heritage landscape, making Cala Tuent an exceptional beach visit.The 100-metre long beach is made up of pebbles and gravel. The sea is clean and clear, switching from a light green to blue depending on the time of year and weather. It is a popular beach for locals and tourists interested in having a quiet day at the beach.Duration: 6 hours

What’s included

  • Lunch - Paella
  • Insurance

What’s not included

  • Bottled water
  • Snacks
  • Private transportation