Located in the middle of the Serra de Tramuntana, Vall de Sóller is the starting point for a large number of walking routes this landscape declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
4 routes through the Sóller Valley and its surroundings:
The climb to L'Ofre
The ravine of Biniaraix is the jewel of traditional Mallorcan engineering. With no more help than wisdom when placing the stones, the ancestors of the current inhabitants of the Vall de Sóller raised a garden where before there were only steep and unproductive slopes. A labyrinth of paths, terraces, ditches and bridges will lead us to the houses of l'Ofre, where the singular top of l'Ofre will appear before our eyes. Both the landscape that will open us when we get to the neck of the Ofre, and the one that we can contemplate from the top, will undoubtedly leave us unforgettable memories.
This route of 12 km and medium-high difficulty is thought to be done in approximately 8h.
The farm of Can Prohom
This journey to this house is part of the old bridle path that linked Sóller with Deià and travels the well-known paths of Rocafort and Castelló to go and return along the Camí del Rost.
As part of the Ruta de la Pedra en Sec (GR 221) all the doubtful points of the route are perfectly signposted: route of 3h of medium difficulty.
Sóller - Biniaraix - Fornalutx
We start from the bridge that passes over the Biniaraix Torrent until we reach the Camí de s'Ermita. From here we reach the GR-221, which will take us to the town of Binibassí. Following the GR we will drive to Fornalutx, and from there to the MA-2121-1 road to reach Biniaraix.
Simple route that runs between Sóller and Port de Sóller. The road starts towards Port de Sóller until you reach the pedestrian crossing before the tunnel. Then to reach the houses of Muleta de Ca s'Hereu: we will cross a bridge that goes over the Torrent des Barrancs, we will follow the path until a fork following the path on the left and from this point we will follow a cobbled path that it goes through pine and olive groves with some junipers. Then we cross Sa Torrentera until we reach the houses of Muleta.
From here we connect with the road that goes to Son Bleda, taking care to turn right following the directions of Refugio de Muleta. The return can be done by the road to Platja d'en Repic and following the street Camp de Mar until you reach the start.
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