Hiking

Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç Mallorca is located on the northern coast of the island, at the the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains.  The largest and most diverse range in the Balearic islands, the Tramuntana run along the north western side of Mallorca, the highest point being Puig Major at 1445 metres and Puig de Massanella at 1348 metres above sea level.

The village of Cala Sant Vicenç in the district of Pollença is the perfect departure point for keen hikers or walkers of any proficiency. From here there are any number of routes and tracks to enjoy, from a gentle stroll to an energetic hike.  This northern corner of Mallorca surprises visitors with its varied terrain — from sweeping valleys to craggy rocks and lime stone boulders and natural wells to irrigate the farm land and fill hidden caves. Discover the many species of wild life and varieties of plants and flowers which can be found in this area and while the Mediterranean climate, bringing warm spring times, hot balmy summers and mild winters continue to make Mallorca the perfect spot to holiday at any time of year.

Hotel Cala Sant Vincenç offers a varied programme of hiking routes through the surrounding country side that provide experiences to all levels of walkers.  There are trips to the Tramuntana mountains with its rugged rock faces falling into the sea, visits to the fertile farming area of Es Pla in the centre of the island, or more modest climbs through the Llevant Hills or the especially interesting wine growing are of Es Raigeur known for its vineyards . 

Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç Mallorca has also taken on the services of a specialist hiking firm to ensure the hotel’s guests make the most of their hiking holiday.  Our guides know every corner of the region and will not only show you the most breathtaking views on the island but also describe the cultural journey that has brought Mallorca into the 21st century.  Something for everyone on the hiking trail!

Sa costera-Cala Tuent

Cami del Arxiduc Valldemossa-Deià

Cases de Neu del Galileu (Font des Noguer-Lluc) Escorca

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