Routes suitable for these activities vary from easy outings to expert hikes or cycle trips, allowing enthusiasts to explore some of the Serra de Tramuntana’s most beautiful, spectacular and inaccessible areas. There are plenty of signed routes which lead to breath-taking beauty such as Cavall Bernat or alternatively allow you to explore buildings from bygone centuries such as La Talaia d’Albercuix or archaeological remains including the castle at Castell del Rei.
A route deserving of special mention is route GR221, which traverses the whole of the Serra de Tramuntana. Not only does it stand out for its 132 kilometres along mountain paths and tracks, but also because it offers an insight into differing Mallorcan traditions, architecture, gastronomy, legends and craftwork.
The numerous benefits that Pollença offers visitors include a huge variety of open air sports and activities in the immediate area. These activities include coasteering, climbing, kayaking, canoeing, potholing, wind and kite surfing, diving, snorkelling and sailing and are all available within the coastal and mountain areas of the region.