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"gerne wieder"

Michael, 61-65, September 2018

"Symphatisches Hotel. Top Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis"

Florian, 31-35, May 2019

"1 Woche voller Freunde mit der Familie"

Babsy, 41-45, June 2019

Tripadvisdor Review – June 2019

Lovely hotel in Port Andratx

We have been to this hotel 4 times, it is outstanding in every area. The location is perfect. The quality is by far outstanding. The staff are extremely helpful and friendly.

Booking review – June 2019

Excellent spa hotel

Fantastic location everything about Monport is first class surrounded with beautiful maintained landscape.

Tripadvisdor Review – May 2019

Lovely hotel

Stayed here with my wife for four nights in May. The breakfast is outstanding. We had half board and evening meals were great. Staff and service lovely and our room was huge. Nice walk down to the port and nice little town.

Tripadvisdor Review – April 2019

Yet another Lovely Stay

This is a lovely, relaxing hotel with great facilities and within walking distance of the Port with its bars and restaurants. The pool and pool bar are clean and tidy and all of the hotel staff are friendly and will assist with any requests.

Booking Review – Sept 2018

Excellent hotel to stay

We traveled with our 4 month old baby, the hotel staff was very helpful throughout the stay. Breakfast was superb and other facilities such as pool, pool bar were excellent.

Expedia Review – May 2019

Wonderful and peaceful hotel

We stay at this hotel regularly. The pool area is great with brilliant lifeguard. Breakfast has everything you need. We feel very comfortable here.

The best trekking route in the Serra de Tramuntana

The best trekking route in the Serra de Tramuntana

Do you need to take a break few days and you're not a beach lover? There are endless ways to spend your holidays in Majorca, as the island offers much more than beaches and coves. If you are passionate about nature and the mountains, this is the perfect way to get to know the island and discover the mountains.

The route will take us through the most important mountain range on the island: the Serra de Tramuntana, and is considered the "backbone" of the island. It is without doubt one of the places with the greatest rural atmosphere that attracts thousands of people, both tourists and residents, every year. Its villages are full of history, culture and traditions that will allow you to get to know the authentic Majorca.

Travel across the Serra in a single route: Pedra en Sec

Surely you have heard of this route because it is the best preserved of the island, and the best indicated one among all. It covers a total of 167 kilometres passing through different villages and magical places, and it is recommendable to do it in 7 to 10 days to be able to enjoy as much as possible. You will find dry stone landscapes and authentic buildings throughout the tour, always accompanied by a beautiful and unique view. There are several main itineraries and variants, with several open stages connecting villages. Are you ready?

1 - We start in Estellencs, a village of cobblestone streets, facades that hide a lot of history and endless colourful flowers. It has only 300 inhabitants and is the least populated town on the island. We travel a total of 15 kilometres to Esporles, where you will be able to contemplate olive and oak trees along the way.

2 - On the way to Esporles we will stop in the well-known municipality of Banyalbufar, a real treasure in front of the sea and famous for its hundreds of steep terraces. We continue our hike towards Deià stopping at the most idyllic village on the island, Valldemossa. Let's have a "coca de patata"! We finish the day with 19 kilometres and rest in a refuge.

3 - With a well-deserved rest, we head to Puerto de Sóller, passing by traditional houses until we reach the heart of the fishing village, a perfect combination of sea and mountain!

4 - We head towards the Tossals refuge, passing through the charming villages of Binibassi and Biniaraix, where you will find plenty of lemon and orange trees. This is the longest distance of all, covering a total of 29 kilometres.

5 - Once rested, we approach the end of the journey. You can climb Mallorca's second highest mountain, Puig Major, on your way to Lluc. There you will enjoy stunning views of the whole island - it will be worth it!

6 - We face the last stage of the route, which takes us to the village of Pollensa. You will have the opportunity to walk through a forest with trees that have been there for over 100 years and old dry stone buildings reminiscent of coal mining. A true wonder! And to top it all off, how about a delicious paella in front of the sea at Puerto de Pollensa?

There is no doubt that it is one of the longest routes in the whole island, so it requires a lot of experience, patience and the desire to discover the most mysterious spots. Most of the hideouts have shelters in the most beautiful places or facing the sea, so you will not have to worry about accommodation. They will prepare a delicious dinner and breakfast to fuel your body, and you can even take packed-lunches with sandwiches, chocolate, cereal bars and fruit. A real treat!

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