Welcome to Serra de Tramuntana


The range covers 1100 sq km and is 90km long, extending all the way north to the Cap de Formentor. The highest peaks are concentrated in the central mountain range. The area is virtually bereft of surface watercourses, but rich in subterranean flows that feed the farming terraces of the coastal villages.


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$71.62 Outdoor Activities

Serra de Tramuntana Cliff-Jumping Small-Group Tour in Mallorca

Following a morning pickup by your minivan from your hotel in Mallorca, travel out of the city with your guide and head deep into the UNESCO-listed Serra de Tramuntana mountain range to begin your tour. On arrival at the base, pull on your wetsuit and harness and listen to a safety briefing from your guide. All the jump sites are checked for safety, leaving you free to enjoy your day to the full.During your cliff jumping adventure, abseil down rock faces, splash through fast-flowing streams and leap off high ledges into crystal-clear plunge pools. There are ledges and cliff drops throughout the Serra de Tramuntana suitable for everyone, from first-timers to thrill-seeking adrenaline junkies, so you can challenge yourself as much as you want!When your cliff jumping experience in the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is over, hop back into your minivan for the return journey to your hotel in Mallorca where your tour will come to an end.

$76.53 Shore Excursions

Valldemossa, Palma de Mallorca Private Tour with Port Pickup

When you arrive in the Palma de Mallorca port, make the most of your time on shore with a private shore excursion to Valldemossa and Palma. Meet your local guide just outside the port and relax in a comfortable private minibus. Enjoy views of the beautiful Mediterranean Sea as you head north along Mallorca's west coast on the approximate 25-minute drive. In Valldemossa, explore the village with your guide. Walk around cobblestone streets where traditional stone houses are decorated with flowers and other plants. Visit the Royal Carthusian Monastery, built in the 14th century as a royal residence and converted into a monastery of the Carthusian order in the 19th century. Grab a coffee in one of the numerous cafes (own expense) and admire views of the area. Nestled in a valley of the Tramuntana mountain range, Valldemossa offers great views of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Serra de Tramuntana. Next, start your journey back to Palma and see agricultural terraces, farms, water mills and stone constructions on the way. Stop at Bellver Castle, located on top of a hill, for a stunning photo opportunity of Palma's port and coastline. In Palma, stretch your legs on a walking tour of the town with your guide. Walk past the Royal Palace of the Almudaina, the Cathedral of Santa Maria (commonly known as La Seu), the old fish market and local gardens. Visit the modern part of town and take the opportunity to sample local cuisine at one of the several tapas bars (own expense). Enjoy views of Palma’s seafront boulevard on your way back to your cruise ship. Worry-free Shore Excursion: We will ensure your timely return to the Palma de Mallorca port for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.

$76.53 Shore Excursions

Palma de Mallorca Shore Excursion: Private Tour of Valldemossa, Soller and Serra de Tramuntana

While you are in port in Palma de Mallorca, head out on a private shore excursion to Valldemossa, Soller and Serra de Tramuntana. Relax in a comfortable private car as your private tour guide drives along the Mediterranean coast to the beautiful village of Valldemossa. Located in the Tramuntana mountain range, Valldemosa is one of the highest-located villages on the island, with an elevation of more than 430 yards (400 meters) above sea level. With your guide, wander around the cobblestone streets and the traditional stone houses decorated with plants and flowers. Visit the Royal Carthusian Monastery (own expense), built in the 14th century as a royal residence and converted into a monastery of the Carthusian order in the 19th century. Then grab a coffee in one of the numerous cafes (own expense).Continue your tour through the quaint coastal village of Deia, home to small beautiful beaches, and to the Soller Valley, full of orange, lemon and olive trees. Arrive at Port Soller, on the west coast of Mallorca, and enjoy free time to have lunch (own expense) and wander around the town’s historical harbor . Your private guide will suggest the best things to see according to your interests.Next, sit comfortably in your private car on the drive back to Palma through the Serra de Tramuntana, a sheer-sided mountain range and World Heritage Site. Admire the landscape, marked by agricultural terraces, farms, water mills and stone constructions. When you arrive in Palma, enjoy views of the city before you return to your ship in the Palma de Mallorca port.Worry-free Shore Excursion:We will ensure your timely return to the Palma de Mallorca port for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of-call. If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.

$72.14 Shore Excursions

Palma de Mallorca Shore Excursion: Private Tour of Palma, Deia and Soller Valley

When your cruise docks in the Palma de Mallorca port, discover the beauty of Mallorca on a private shore excursion. Meet your private guide just outside the port and relax on the drive along the beautiful Mediterranean coast to Bellver Castle, a 12th-century structure that today houses the City History Museum. Located on top of a hill at about 360 feet (112 meters) above sea level, the castle offers spectacular views of the Palma port, the Cathedral of Santa Maria and the 13th-century Royal Palace of the Almudaina.Next, continue to Valldemossa, a beautiful village located in the Tramuntana mountain area. Stretch your legs as you follow your guide on a tour of the village, where houses and streets are decorated with flowers and other plants. Then enjoy free time to grab a snack in a local cafe.Continue to see the famous Sa Foradada rock, one of the best-known pierced rocks on the island, with a 32-foot-diameter (10-meter) hole. From here, see the rocky landscape of the Serra de Tramuntana -- a UNESCO World Heritage-listed mountain range and the most extensive natural reserve on Mallorca.Next, enjoy a sightseeing tour along the coast through Deia, a small coastal village, and Llucalcari, a tiny historical town surrounded by pine and olive trees. When you arrive in the Soller Valley, explore the open green space or simply relax in this peaceful location.On your way back to Palma de Mallorca, visit the old city center with your guide. Walk by the Royal Palace of the Almudaina, Palma’s cathedral and the local gardens, before you return to your cruise ship.Worry-free Shore Excursion:We will ensure your timely return to Palma de Mallorca port for this activity. In the rare event your ship has departed, we will arrange for transportation to the next port-of call. If your ship is delayed and you are unable to attend this activity, your money will be refunded. See our terms and conditions for full details.

$95.66 Outdoor Activities

Mallorca Serra de Tramuntana Small-Group Canyoning Experience

Begin your canyoning adventure with a morning pickup by air-conditioned minivan from your hotel in Mallorca, then travel with your guide into the UNESCO-listed Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. With exhilarating canyoning runs including the Torrent Fonda de Mortitx and the Torrent de Coanegra, the Serra de Tramuntana is widely considered to offer the best canyoning terrain on the island. On arrival at the canyoning base, pull on your wetsuit and strap into your harness. Listen as your guide explains the correct techniques during a safety talk, then travel onward to the canyon entrance and begin your descent. Abseil down sheer cliff faces to rocky ledges below with your guide. Leap through the air into crystal-clear plunge pools, and wade along winding streams where deep gullies open out to panoramic views over the peaks and hills of the Serra de Tramuntana. Slide down chutes as cool water tumbles down from above and enjoy wet and wild adventure in the heart of the Mallorcan countryside.When your canyoning experience is over, hop back into your minivan for the return journey to your hotel in Mallorca where your tour will come to an end.

$51.42 Outdoor Activities

Excursion to Soller by train tram and bus

Discover the secret side of Mallorca with a train and tram ride through the stunning Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. Sit back and enjoy the views as this historic electric train takes a route north from the capital across the plains before slowly climbing through impressive landscapes, fragrant pine forests and 13 tunnels of the Serra de Tramuntana. Work began on the railway in 1911 on the profits of the orange and lemon trade, which at the time was booming, and the train still uses its original rolling stock and fittings, meticulously finished and lovingly maintained using traditional methods that evoke the Belle Époque. There are two destinations: Soller, which is reached by train, and Port de Soller, which is reached from Soller by tram. Walk around its beautifully kept streets with sombre stone houses revealing verdant patios. All seem to lead to the elegant main plaza, which is dominated by a dramatic neo-Gothic church. Enjoy having a coffee and pastry or try some freshly squeezed orange juice as you watch the world go by at one of the many café terraces on the square. The railway station also contains a small museum where you can see works by Picasso and Miró. Continue your adventure by tram down to the port, cutting through gardens and going down back lanes. Port de Soller has a gorgeous crescent-shaped beach, a picturesque fishing harbour, two lighthouses and many waterfront restaurants and cafés. There is also the option whilst in Soller to visit the intriguing Modernist Museum Can Prunera. Inside you can admire modernist paintings, sculptures and furniture and take in the “From art nouveau to the 21st century” exhibition. The building is an excellent example of modernist architecture with its rolling and waving features and contours that remind the onlooker of animals. Inside, the museum even contains some of its original furniture and a collection of works by Spanish and international modernist artists. A particular emphasis is placed on local artists and those with links to the Balearic Islands.