Free cancellation up to 24 hours before.
|Languages||Spanish - English - Italian - German - French|
|Number of participants||Minimum 1 person - Maximum 50 people|
What the experience includes
Full day excursion in which you can admire the amazing landscapes of sea and mountains that the Sierra de Tramuntana offers.
Enjoy the experience of travelling in an old wooden train through the mountains. Visit the beautiful village of Sóller, considered one of the most beautiful in Spain, surrounded by a valley of orange trees. You can stroll through the streets full of history or sip a delicious orange juice on one of the terraces. From Sóller you will travel by wooden tram to the Port of Sóller, where you can enjoy a relaxing boat ride along the coast, with breathtaking views of the cliffs until you reach Sa Calobra. In Sa Calobra you will have free time to enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the Torrent de Pareis gorge or swim in the small cove with turquoise blue waters. On the way back you will travel along the winding roads through the Tramuntana mountain range.
Everything you need to know
NOTE: The tour can be done in reverse.
- Adults: 13+ years.
- Children from 3 to 12 years old.
- Babies from 0 to 2 years old.
- Full day excursion.
- Train ticket, old wooden train.
- Tram ticket, old tram.
- Boat trip to Sa Calobra.
- Panoramic views: Sóller, Puerto de Sóller, Sa Calobra-Torrent de Pareis and Inca.
Food and beverages.
Stop at: Sóller
The beautiful town of Sóller is located in the middle of a 'valley of oranges', known as the 'valley of gold', and has a lot to offer its visitors and residents. Find out here everything you need to know to make the most of your time in this Mallorcan town.
Situated in the northwest of Mallorca, Sóller became prosperous thanks to its abundance of citrus groves. In the 19th century, when the area was isolated from the rest of Mallorca by the mountains, oranges were exported to France from Port de Sóller. A large number of Sollerics emigrated to France, and returned to the island with large fortunes which they invested in building some of the magnificent modernist buildings that can be seen in the centre of the village today.
Stop at: Sa Calobra
Sa Calobra is a stunning set of two genuine Mallorcan beaches, sheltered between steep rocky cliffs, and divided by the Torrent de Pareis (river gorge) on the northwest coast of the island. Sa Calobra is quite difficult to reach, but the surrounding scenery is so stunning that it has become one of the most popular beaches to visit, especially during the summer months.
The cycling route to and from Sa Calobra is considered one of the most iconic cycling routes in the world. A relentless 9.5 km climb that beats many a good cyclist, it is the ambition of many an amateur cyclist to add this Mallorcan cycling route to their list of achievements.
Stop at: Torrent de Pareis
Without a doubt, one of the best ways to get to know the Tramontana mountain range is through the Torrent de Pareis, a canyon more than 3 kilometres long that runs through gorges to the cove of Sa Calobra, its natural mouth at the sea.
This gorge of limestone rocks has arisen over time due to the erosive action of torrential water, and has become one of the favourite descents for hikers visiting Mallorca. Its vertical walls - with heights of over 200 metres - and the moderate slope of its bed make Torrent de Pareis a real focal point for sporting activities, such as mountain hiking, canyoning and abseiling. Fortunately, it is also possible to reach the cove of Sa Calobra by car or boat.
Stop at: Caimari
Caimari is a village attached to the municipality of Selva, in the region of El Raiguer, located at the foot of the Tramuntana mountain range, between the villages of Mancor de la Vall (3.4 km) and Binibona (2.3 km), on the island of Mallorca. It has a population (2016) of 773 inhabitants.
Caimari has a problematic etymology, possibly of Mozarabic origin.
The territorial area assigned to it since the 14th century undergoes major reductions until it is bounded to the west by the road that goes from Selva to the common and, to the south, by the torrent that flows from the aforementioned road to the bridge of en Moratón and the road to Pollença.
More infoWhat to bring
Comfortable clothing and footwear.
Cancellation fee of 100% is charged if cancelled 24 Hours or less before the activity.