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One week guided walking holiday in Majorca. Enjoy spring and autumn rambles from our base in Puerto de Soller.
  • Product Code 13200
  • Holiday Type Holidays With Two Grades Of Walking
  • Grade Grade 4, Grade 7
  • Holiday Duration 7 Nights

Soak up the Spanish atmosphere and walk the remote paths of the North West coast of Majorca with Ramblers Walking Holidays. Under the watchful gaze of the Sierra de Tramuntana, make your way through lush, fertile land cultivated with olive, carob and fig groves and smell the sweet tang of citrus orchards. Follow an old pilgrim route as you walk down the Es Barranc Gorge or climb the heights of l’Ofre on our higher grade option.

The mild, dry climate of Majorca makes the island ideal for walking during much of the year. The north-west coast, one of the most dramatic in the western Mediterranean, runs parallel to a range of mountains stretching from San Telmo in the west to the Cabo de Formentor in the east.

The picturesque coastal port of Puerto de Soller lies on a lagoon where the mountains meet the sea. Despite being a popular resort with tourists, Puerto de Soller is an unassuming and relaxed place and retains much of its local character. It is a good starting point for walks along the coast and into the mountains where the views are magnificent. We’ll walk both on the coast and in the mountainous hinterland. This area of Majorca offers a great variety of scenery and difficulty of terrain.

From our resort we can see Puig Mayor (1400m) and Teix, the two highest peaks of the west coast Sierra de Tramuntana range. These mountains, which largely separate the Soller area from the rest of Majorca and their gentler foothills, provide some wonderful walking. Walking inland, passing through olive groves and quaint farmsteads, we can also visit the small town of Soller. Connected to its coastal namesake by a three mile ancient tramway, this attractive town maintains a traditional Spanish feel.

Holiday Highlights

  • Great views from our hotel of the horseshoe bay of Puerto de Soller.
  • Visit the small traditionally Spanish town of Soller via a three mile ancient tramway.
  • Coastal walks to Cala Tuent and Deia.

Grade 4 Highlights

  • The spectacular walk down the gorge Es Barranc along the old Pilgrims’ Way.
  • Coastal walks to Cala Tuent and Deia.

Grade 7 Highlights

  • Climbing l’Ofre before the descent down Es Barranc.
The holiday inclusions and exclusions at a glance
Whats included in this holiday Items that are covered in the cost of holiday price.

      Return flights from Heathrow to Palma (British Airways) or Gatwick to Palma (Charter)
      Airport transfers 
      En suite accommodation
      Breakfasts at the hotel
      Dinners at the hotel and local restaurants
      Two walks, two leaders, two grades on 22 September 2018 and 21 September 2019 departure
      All local transport costs.
Whats not included in this holiday Items that are not covered in the cost of holiday price.

  • Entrance fees to some museums and historic buildings (unless otherwise specified)
  • Personal expenses (such as your bar bill)
  • Discretionary tips
  • Optional excursions
  • Insurance
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This departure: Grade 4

  1. Day 1

    Arrive Palma Airport and then transfer by road to Puerto de Soller and our hotel.

  2. Day 2 to 7

    Walking and sightseeing in the north-west of Majorca.

  3. Day 8

    Travel by road to Palma airport for the return flight to the UK.

Travel Details

  • Return flights from Heathrow to Palma (British Airways) or Gatwick to Palma (Charter)
  • Airport transfers by road c. 1 hour
  • We can offer regional flight options and often there will be up to two transfer vehicles (which may include coaches, minibuses or taxis) from the airport to the hotel and vice versa which will minimise any waiting time at the overseas airport

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Hotel Marina

The family run Hotel Marina is situated in front of a small beach in a pedestrianised area. Its splendid terrace makes an ideal setting for a lovely relaxed breakfast with magnificent views of the bay. At night, surrounded by candlelight, this terrace provides the perfect location for a night of gentle music and conversation. The completely renovated hotel has Wi-Fi, reception area, bar and a lounge with satellite television and video. Note: As the Hotel Marina is in a pedestrian area you will need to be able to carry your luggage a short distance to the hotel as the coach will not be able to stop directly outside. Due to the layout of the hotel, group accommodation may be widely spread throughout the complex. ** During busy periods, some of the rooms may be situated in the annexe next to the hotel and these rooms will not have mountain or sea views.