The Serra de Tramuntana is the main mountain range of the Balearic Islands and was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in the category of Cultural Landscape in 2011. In the Serra there is a balance between the wild nature and the elements of human action, such as the paths of “pedra en sec”, Mallorcan possessions, fortifications, hydraulic heritage and various goods of cultural and heritage interest.
Serra de Tramuntana is the northwest end of Mallorca. It extends along 90km and through 20 villages. —Alaró, Andratx, Banyalbufar, Bunyola, Calvià, Campanet, Deià, Escorca, Esporles, Estellencs, Fornalutx, Lloseta, Mancor de la Vall, Pollença, Puigpunyent, Santa Maria del Camí, Selva, Sóller y Valldemossa—. Each one of them with its own particular charm. It is very recommendable to get lost in their streets, discover their local shops, typical products, culture and tradition.
The Serra de Tramuntana also has several peaks exceeding 1,000 m in height, highlighting puig major (1,443), Puig de Massanella (1,348m), is Teix (1,064) or Galatzó (1,026 m).)