The mountain route from Llevant to Tramuntana
is a paradise island full of unique paths, routes and adventures to be discovered. It is one of the best places to hike as the landscape it offers is breath-taking. One of the best routes to enjoy is the one that joins Llevant and Tramuntana. It is divided into various stages or phases depending on the level of the hiker or on the duration of the trip. Some of the paths are not completely finalized, however there are already 40 kilometres of prepared and set up route.
The trip is divided into 5 stages and it is not necessary to go from the first one to the last one. Different people prefer different stages, or prefer to do them during different days. There is no specific route to follow. The first stage goes from es coll des Racó to Cala Estreta. Its duration is of approximately 2 hours and it is quite easy and comfortable. It is usual for hikers to find the Mediterranean land turtles, very common in this area. The second stage travels through nearly the whole of the Parc de Llevant (a protected natural park.) It goes through a public refuge where hikers can take a break. The third phase goes from the Colònia de Sant Pere to Son Serra de Marina
covering not more than 7km. The fourth part joins the municipality of Santa Margalida with Inca going though Llubí. In the fifth and final part of the trajectory you can find the lookout of Ses Rotes and you finally get to Lluc. The whole route covers 43, 8 km of some of the most beautiful places of Majorca.