Mallorca, the biggest of the Balearic islands filled with rocky, white sand coves and a mountain range known as the Serra de Tramuntana, has long attracted the world's most adventurous travelers. However, the picturesque Spanish island in the Mediterranean, rising 300 kilometers east of Valencia from the Balearic Sea, is also a hiker's dream.

The dramatic and varied scenery lends itself to a plethora of treks through rocky gorges, verdant valleys, and coastal paths, delighting walkers of all abilities with spectacular views and impressive nature.