Serra de Tramuntana, a mountain range that runs parallel to the northwest coast of Mallorca, spans approximately 90 kilometers from Port Andratx to the northernmost point of Cap Formentor. This awe-inspiring landscape is crowned by the island's highest peak, Puig Major, and is dotted with charming villages and quaint hamlets nestled within its valleys. In 2011, the region's unique terraced landscape, featuring intricate water supply systems, dry stone farms, orchards, gardens, and olive groves, earned it the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This landscape is a testament to the cultural fusion of Muslim technology and Christian land cultivation practices.

The Serra de Tramuntana is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, attracting nature lovers and sports aficionados from all corners of the globe. Its majestic mountains, cliffs, forests, coves, and beaches offer endless exploration opportunities. The region's stunning surroundings have inspired countless artists, and it has served as a serene and secluded retreat for celebrities. International residents, primarily from Germany, Scandinavia, Austria, Switzerland, and England, are drawn to the Serra de Tramuntana for its authentic Mallorcan feel and unparalleled scenery. They often choose to settle in the sought-after towns of Sóller, Deià, Valldemossa, and Pollensa.