tramuntana travel guide
top places of interest in the tramuntana region
Tramuntana is an area that just keeps on giving.
La Granja d’esporles
Nothing exemplifies the life of Mallorca’s social elite like the Granja finca in Esporles. This huge and impressive manor dating back from Moorish times, exhibits how life amongst the richest and their servants was up through the Middle Ages and the Industrialism.
santuari de lluc
The antique train and tram
local weekly markets in the tramuntana region
Local markets are among the most popular activities in Mallorca!
Andratx (old town)
Port de Pollença
where is the tramuntana region found
Tramuntana is made up of of all the municipalities to farthest to the west. The region stretches from the northern peninsula of Formentor all the way down to the south-west coasts of Andratx and Calviá.
Other regions to explore in Mallorca
Llevant is like the Tramuntana region, a region known for its mountains although not comparable. Llevant is a great region for sports enthusiasts and other active holidaymakers, as the versatile nature and landscapes allows for many types of fun such as golfing, cycling, beaching, walking, tennis, sailing and horseback riding.
Raiguer is a versatile region that offers both wonderful beach resorts, charming mountain villages and rural countryside.Raiguer strectches from the bay of Alcúdia in the north to the northen border of Palma. The region is found between Tramuntana and Pla de Mallorca, which gives it both mountanious and rural landscapes, a paradise of biodiversity and agriculture.
pla de mallorca
Pla de Mallorca is Mallorca’s most agricultural region, full of tranquil areas and small villages.
Palma is both the capital of Mallorca and a region of its own.
Migjorn occupies the southeastern part of Mallorca, full of many small golden coves, hidden gems and scenic natural areas.