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Walking in Mallorca

Walking in Mallorca

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  • Holiday type
    Guided walking
  • Duration
    7 nights
  • Accommodation
    twin-centre
    and
  • Activity level
  • From £1099per person, tour only

    Flight inclusive prices from £1249 per person
  • Departures
    selected Sundays from 14 Mar '21 to 17 Oct '21
  • What's Included?
  • All breakfasts, 4 picnic lunches (6 on level 5 weeks) and 1 dinner 
  • All accommodation
  • Transfer for group flights
  • Key Information
  • This holiday is operated by our sister company, Exodus
  • 4 nights comfortable hotel and 3 nights monastery, usually with en suite facilities
  • 5.5 days walking; 1 free afternoon
  • Group normally 4 to 16, plus leader. Min age 16 yrs
  • Low altitude throughout
  • Challenging departures available on selected dates

Spain: Mallorca

Walking in Mallorca

Note the 29th September departure includes more challenging walks.

  • Operated by our sister company, Exodus
  • Unearth a traditional and tranquil side of Mallorca 
  • Stay in characterful accommodation including a converted monastery
  • Enjoy coastal panoramas and walks up into the dramatic Tramuntana Mountains
  • Walk through ancient forests and spot birds of prey including falcons, osprey and vultures

Behind Mallorca’s (also known as Majorca) façade lies a tranquil and timeless landscape. Rising abruptly out of the island’s interior are the craggy outcrops of the Tramuntana Mountains (UNESCO site since 2011), over which birds of prey can often be seen soaring on the breeze. Following a network of established trails, we trek to some of the highest peaks and enjoy spectacular vistas to the Mediterranean. Elsewhere, we discover picturesque hamlets complete with mediaeval churches, and pass terraced hillsides adorned with sun-kissed citrus trees. In contrast, our coastal walks will reveal sleepy fishing marinas, secret coves and pebble bays.

 

Temporary changes due to COVID-security measures.

Last updated: 21/08/2020

 

At Headwater we acknowledge our responsibility to have the most up-to-date information on anything that will affect our customers on holiday, and to communicate this to our customers as effectively as possible.

Our general global COVID security measures are described in our Travel Safety Charter, and changes will be made to these measures as required by the global pandemic situation.

However, we also expect there to be requirements, measures and sometimes itinerary changes that apply to certain trips only, and may well be temporary measures. We have highlighted all known changes in the section below.

 

Entry requirements.

Visitors from the United States are not currently permitted entry to Spain.

There are no known changes to entry requirements for visitors from the UK that may affect you joining this trip.

For all trips, having the correct documentation and visa, if required, remains the customer’s responsibility based on their own nationality. We therefore encourage all travellers to check entry requirements using the travel advice of their home nation for the relevant destination. For UK passport holders that is https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

 

In order to meet the new immigration requirements for Spain you should note the following:Before travelling, you must fill in an FCS health control form (visit www.spth.gob.es) declaring if you have experienced symptoms of/have been diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 14 days, or if you have had close contact with a confirmed case in the past 14 days. You will receive a QR code by email that you will have to show (on paper or a mobile device) at the airport health control.{BULLET}At the airport, you will be required to take a temperature test and undergo a visual health assessment. 

Local COVID restrictions

Local regulations or guidelines in Spain require visitors to:Wear non-medical face coverings at all times in public areas when social distancing is not possible{BULLET}Maintain social distancing where possible, at a standard distance of 1.5 metres{BULLET}Not gather in groups larger than 25 persons in public places. 

Visitors should note that certain restrictions are in place for restaurants, shops and tourist attractions, such as limiting visitor numbers, mandatory use of face coverings, additional hand washing facilities and one-way systems.

 

Itinerary changes

There are no changes planned to your itinerary.

Your leader will reconfirm the latest local government advice and requirements on arrival.



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Typical holiday itinerary



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Day 1: Start Puerto Sóller.

We start at our hotel in Puerto Sóller, arriving in time for a welcome group dinner.

Day 2: Walk to picturesque Deia, stopping for a refreshing dip at Cala Deia en route- Moderate (level 3) & Challenging (level 5) departures

We walk along the coast to the beautiful little bay of Cala Deiá, where (time permitting) we can paddle in the turquoise waters of the bay. From here, we head inland towards one of the most beautiful villages in Mallorca, Deiá, owing to its idyllic setting in the hills. This walk explores the delightful area between the mountains and the sea, using old tracks and paths over the cliffs, and offers fantastic coastal views along the Mediterranean pinewoods and coastal shrubs. We stop for a picnic lunch along the way.

Walk Profile: Distance- 12km/ 8 miles, ascent 400m, descent 250m, 5 hours duration.

Day 3: Tram ride to Sóller; take the 'Pilgrim Steps' from Biniaraitx before ascending Es Cornadors - Moderate (level 3) & Challenging (level 5) departures

We take the tram to Sóller and walk towards the village of Biniaraitx. From here we follow a wonderful cobbled track known as the Pilgrim Steps, which originally went all the way from Sóller to Lluc to connect the monastery with the port. We then diverge onto a small path up to the Mirador den Quesada, the high point of our day at 957m. This Mirador, or look out point, is at the summit of some particularly rocky outcrops known as the 'Cornadors', of which we will have had some stunning views on our ascent. We descend past a mountain hut and through fields and forests of holm oak until eventually our track brings us back to the centre of Sóller, where we usually stop for a drink or a wander around the town before taking the tram back to Puerto Sóller.

Walk Profile: Distance- 16km/ 10 miles, ascent 915m, descent 915m, 6 hours duration.

Day 4: Follow the 19th Century Archduke’s Bridleway from Valldemossa to 'S'Atalaia Vella'; afternoon free - Moderate (level 3) departure

Today's walk starts from the beautiful village of Valldemossa and ends in 'S'Atalaia Vella' (854m), meaning 'viewpoint' in Mallorquin. From here we take in stunning panoramic views of the coast and the Tramuntana Mountains. For part of the walk, we follow the Archduke’s bridleway, an incredibly scenic path built at the end of the 19th Century by the Austrian Archduke Ludwig Salvator. In the afternoon we have some free time to relax in Puerto Sóller.

Walk Profile: Distance- 7km/ 4 miles, ascent 400m, descent 400m, 3 1/2 hours duration.

Day 5: Leave Puerto Sóller along a coastal mule track to Cala Tuent; transfer to Lluc Monastery - Moderate (level 3) departure

After a short drive from the hotel, we start our walk from 'Es mirador de ses Barques.' From here we follow an old mule track away from the coast to Coll de Moncaire and head inland through a hidden and unspoilt little valley to Balitx farm. Next, we climb up to Coll de Biniamar to join the coastal path of Sa Costera, offering spectacular scenery throughout, until we reach the little bay of Cala Tuent where the bus will meet us for the transfer (approx. 1 hour) along the beautiful Sa Calobra road to the Lluc monastery.

Walk Profile: Distance: 14km/ 9 miles, ascent 275m, descent 650m, 5 hours duration.

Day 6: A wonderful circular walk around Muleta de Binifaldo, passing ancient oak forests - Moderate (level 3) departure

Today we enjoy a wonderful circular walk forming an arc around the Monastery of Lluc. The scenery along the route is varied and spectacular, including ancient oak forests, rock formations up to 60m high and views of Mallorca's highest peaks.

Walk Profile: Distance- 10km/ 6 miles, ascent 270m, descent 270m, 4 hours duration.

Day 7: Ascent of Puig d'en Galileu (1181m), one of the island's highest peaks - Moderate (level 3) departure

We finish the trip on a high, setting off to climb Puig d'en Galileu, which at 1,181m is one of the island's highest peaks. The recently restored path to the top is beautiful and offers outstanding views across the dramatic Lluc Valley and the peaks of Tomir and Roig.

Walk Profile: Distance - 9km/ 6 miles, ascent 700m, descent 700m, 5 hours duration.

Day 8: End Lluc.

The tour ends after breakfast.

Where you stay

During your holiday you stay at the following hotels. If you'd like to extend your time at any of these or, if you'd like to enhance your stay with an upgraded room, just let us know at the time of booking.

To find out more call our sales team on 01606 720199, use our live webchat (we're open until 5pm today) or email sales@headwater.com

Hotel & Monastery

The first 4 nights are spent in a comfortable hotel in Puerto Soller with en suite rooms, outdoor swimming pool (seasonal), sun terrace, free Wi-Fi, bar and restaurant and is within easy reach of the pebble beach.

For the remaining 3 nights we have a change of scenery as we stay in the beautiful Lluc Monastery. Although not a hotel, this historic 13th Century building is set amidst tranquil countryside and offers excellent en suite rooms and delicious food. Wi-Fi is available in public areas for a fee.

Single rooms are limited on this tour but may be available for a supplement on request. Please enquire at the time of booking.


Meals

Moderate (Activity Level 3) weeks:  

All breakfasts, 4 picnic (packed) lunches and 1 welcome dinner are included.

Challenging (Activity Level 5) weeks:  

All breakfasts, 6 picnic (packed) lunches and 1 welcome dinner are included.

Breakfast: Normally continental style including tea or coffee, fruit juice, bread, jam, honey, marmalade, and sometimes fresh fruit or cheese/ham.

Lunch: Comprises a typical Mallorcan-style Mediterranean packed lunch full of locally grown fresh produce. Lunches will be eaten as picnics during your walks, and will include foods such as bread, tomatoes, peppers, olives and olive oil, Mallorcan cheeses, sausages, fruits, chocolate & biscuits.

Vegetarians: It is possible to cater for vegetarians. A meat and seafood diet is the norm in Mallorca but salads and vegetables are included. Many vegetarians have been on this trip with no problems, but you must be prepared to be flexible and to take the food as you find it. If you are vegetarian or have special dietary requirements, please inform us on booking.

Travel

Our aim is to provide holidays that are unbeatable for choice and flexibility. We've listed our most popular travel options below, however you aren't limited to these - we can tailor-make virtually any holiday to suit.

To find out more about the travel options available call our sales team on 01606 720199, use our live webchat (we're open until 5pm today) or email sales@headwater.com

Transfers

Airport transfers are included for those on the group flights. Please note that transfers are not included for clients arriving on any other flight, even if Headwater has booked it.

 If you require airport transfers, you may (by prior arrangement only) be able to join the group transfer. Transfers are arranged to coincide with the arrival time of the group flight ‐ please check the group flight details 2 weeks before departure. If you do not take this transfer, or miss it, you must make your own way to the joining point at your own expense.

Private transfers are not available on this trip, however if you are making your own way to Puerto Soller from the airport, the easiest way is to take a taxi from the rank directly outside the airport ‐ the journey should take 30 minutes. The cost of a taxi is likely to be about EUR 60‐70 should you decide to make your way independently.

There are no direct buses or public transport routes from Palma airport to Puerto Soller, but there are various slower indirect options (these may take up to 1.5hrs in total). You can take a local bus from the airport to the main bus station in Palma (Plazade Espanya) for approximately EUR 3, and from there choose between either another bus or the more scenic route by train and tram.

Transportation

Transfers from Palma airport to Soller and from Lluc to Palma airport are by private bus. Other transfers as part of a walk are a combination of private and public buses. The public buses can get busy and occasionally you may have to wait for the next bus but this is not usually a problem. Your luggage will be transported for you from Puerto Soller to Lluc, so you only have to carry a daypack.

Joining Instructions

Travelling flight inclusive from London: 8 days

The group flight from London is a daytime flight departing on Day 1 of the itinerary.

Flights from London

We normally use the scheduled services of EasyJet or British Airways (depending on availability). As flight timings and schedules change regularly we recommend you call one of our specialist sales staff or your agent to confirm up‐to‐date timings.

Travelling land only: 8 days starting at Puerto Soller and ending in Lluc

Your trip normally starts at our accommodation in Puerto Soller in the afternoon of Day 1 of the itinerary. Details of how to reach the start point are provided in the Final Joining Instructions ‐ sent approximately two weeks before departure. Accommodation check‐in times are normally from around 3pm.

Please note timings may change at a later date and cannot be confirmed until approximately two weeks before departure.

Reviews

Here at Headwater we thrive on feedback from our customers. It's the only way we can continue to develop, and where necessary improve, our services and ensure our holidays continue to be the best they can be. As this is a relatively new holiday, we don't yet have any customer reviews available from our customers, but here are the comments that have been received from previous Exodus travellers.

What a fantastic walking trip - beautiful scenery, well organised and varied walks, and enhanced by a lovely group of fellow-walkers. Eduardo is a first class guide, and manages to accommodate everybody's abilities. This was the Grade 5 level walk, which was quite challenging towards the end of the week, mainly due to the unseasonably hot weather.. But so rewarding. My first trip with Exodus. Can't wait to book the next one!

I really enjoyed this walking holiday. My holiday was a grade 5 and I managed it fine in terms of the walking difficulty and length. I did struggle with the heat at times though, as it was very hot in the direct sun. The scenery is fabulous and I enjoyed every walk we completed. The scrambling was a little tricky but perfectly doable and worth the effort to see those views! Vultures and eagles were seen over head and butterflies closer to the ground. It was well organised, the food was plentiful and good quality. Hotel accommodation in Sóller was great, the Monastery looks impressive from the outside but the rooms are quite dark and a bit basic. Overall, I cannot fault this trip.

excellent trip I can't wait to take another

Absolutely stunning walks every day, fabulous food and so much fun!

This was an amazing experience. Our leader Eduard was delightful and friendly. Each day when a picnic lunch was included he went out shopping for typical Mallorcan food, with different cheeses, sausages ey each day. He spread everything out on a tablecloth on a flat area and we helped ourselves...no pre-packed soggy tasteless sarnies for us! There were only 7 of us in the group and we all got on really well, and despite some rainy days when Eduard had to change the plan, we had a wonderful week. And the accommodation was fantastic too! Fabulous week.

Lovely relaxing week on an island I hadn't visited before. Two centres with the contrast between the lively Puerto Soller with plenty of choice of restaurants and the quieter(and enjoyable) more remote environment of Lluc Monastery. A variety of walks exploring different aspects of the Sierra Tramuntana from dramatic coastal paths and views of turquoise seas and steep cliffs to more sustained mountain paths leading to 360 degree views of the mountain range. Not strenuous walking but pretty much all walks on good rocky paths, some uneven, which are perfect for regular walkers(I do use poles but didn't need them on this occasion) ; for early April we were lucky apparently as we had no rain - if it had been wet, the walks could have been much trickier. All of this superbly orchestrated and managed by our experienced local guide Eduard who was a star in every respect from planning the logistics of the walks, leading professionally, making sure everyone was safe, preparing lunches, driving, and particularly gelling with the group and communicating his passion for everything Mallorquin having grown up on the island.

Lovely relaxing week on an island I hadn't visited before. Two centres with the contrast between the lively Puerto Soller with plenty of choice of restaurants and the quieter(and enjoyable) more remote environment of Lluc Monastery. A variety of walks exploring different aspects of the Sierra Tramuntana from dramatic coastal paths and views of turquoise seas and steep cliffs to more sustained mountain paths leading to 360 degree views of the mountain range. Not strenuous walking but pretty much all walks on good rocky paths, some uneven, which are perfect for regular walkers(I do use poles but didn't need them on this occasion) ; for early April we were lucky apparently as we had no rain - if it had been wet, the walks could have been much trickier. All of this superbly orchestrated and managed by our experienced local guide Eduard who was a star in every respect from planning the logistics of the walks, leading professionally, making sure everyone was safe, preparing lunches, driving, and particularly gelling with the group and communicating his passion for everything Mallorquin having grown up on the island.

Just what I was expecting from previous reviews and one previous visit to Mallorca: wonderful scenery, well planned and interesting walks, good locations. Port de Soller is a pleasant and sedate place with lots of good restaurants. Our hotel was the Eden (instead of the usual Eden North) to accommodate all of us, and it was excellent: large rooms, recently refurbished, and an amazing selection for breakfast. The monastery at Lluc is more like a youth hostel without the self catering, with - at this time of year - mostly walkers and cyclists. There are wo restaurants here, a food shop and pharmacy in addition to the refectory, so there is still plenty of choice.

March proved to be a lovely time to walk in the mountains of Mallorca. Having been on many guided walks this was up there with the best; the group dynamic was supportive and fun, the group leader managed the pacing of the walks to suit the range of walkers, and the variety of the Mallorcan landscape was magical.

Walking in the western and northern mountains of Majorca was beautiful. My first visit to the island and I was not disappointed. A good group of sixteen like-minded people, two very different bases, secluded coves, rugged mountains and excellent tapas - what was not to like.

Another wonderful Exodus holiday. The walking was superb and the accommodation characterful, with the contrast of the hotel near the seafront of the beautiful coastal town of Puerto Soller and then the stunning converted monastery at Lluc. Highly recommended.

My brother and I booked the 'Walking in Mallorca' holiday and we went in mid-May as we knew the weather would be nice but not too hot for walking. The flight from Gatwick was hassle-free and we were met by our guide at Palma Airport and transferred to the hotel in Port de Soller. The hotel was nice but the room could have been cleaned a little better (our bathroom bin hadn't been emptied and the floor not swept) and the beds were a bit too hard. We also had a problem with the air con, which was fixed the day after we reported it. The breakfast was good with a wide variety of options to choose from. On the Thursday we transferred to the Lluc Monastery, which was simple yet peaceful and comfortable, although an extra pillow would have been welcome. On our last day we were helpfully taken back to the airport by our guide. As the monastery is quite remote and ideally you need a car to explore the area, I feel we could have gone back to Palma earlier than our check-in time requirement rather than waited at the monastery for several hours with little to do so that we could have explored some of the city instead (e.g. the cathedral) before our flight home. Unfortunately the check-in process at Palma took much longer than at Gatwick and our flight was also delayed by just over an hour, which was frustrating after a nice holiday. The walking aspect of the holiday was described as moderate difficulty and the distances/ascents given in advance, which was very useful. Although I consider myself reasonably fit, I did struggle a little bit with some of the walks due to the humidity and where the climbing was quite steep and slippery under foot. However, the guide was very helpful and supportive on these occasions and adjusted the pace of the walk accordingly. In future I would probably choose to do an 'easy' level holiday so that we have more free time to explore the surroundings (e.g. it would have been nice to have spent more time in Valldemossa). Overall we had a very pleasant and memorable holiday and would definitely return to Mallorca. I would also consider booking with Exodus again.

Thoroughly enjoyable, good being based in two centres, each day a different and lovely walk, top quality picnics, very well organised and excellently guided by Eduardo.

A great week of varied walks with a fantastic group, based in two very different but superb locations (Porte de Soller and Lluc Monastery). Very good food at the local restaurants in Puerto de Soller and the restaurant outside the monastery. Eduardo (tour leader) made us such lovely picnics on the walks too!

Just returned from a wonderful week of walking in Mallorca. The views on many of the walks were worth the climbs. Very good food and a great walk leader in Edwardo who has a great passion for the Island of Mallorca.

We chose the week designated as Challenging, and thoroughly enjoyed 6 full days of walking through beautiful coastal and mountainous scenery. The weather was dry and mostly warm, and our group was able to complete all of the anticipated itinerary. Highly recommended!

Another great trip with Exodus and superb guide, Edward. Beautiful scenery, good walks and the food on the trip was excellent.

This is a great trip with short flight times from the UK. There are lots of quite rough rocky paths and for most people boots would be a good option. Some quite long descents on loose stony paths.

A scenic, interesting, and authentic walking adventure in the Northern mountainous region of Majorca

Superb trip. The island is stunning and the walks were excellent. Would thoroughly recommend it. We have done several Exodus trips and this one certainly did not disappoint. The split between the two bases was a great contrast from the pretty bay resort to the mountain monastery.

I joined a local walking group last Autumn, not very long after my wife died, and found that it got me out of the house, gave me some execise and I met a new group of people. I also saw some stunning areas fairly close to home that were new to me. Signing up a week's walking in Mallorca was my first solo trip and I was understandably a little nervous but it proved to be one of my most enjoyable, not to say challenging, holidays. Some of the walking/climbing was tougher than I was used to, partly because the weather for most of the week was a lot hotter (34c on one day) than expected in May. However I completed all but one days, including the most exacting climb and missed one day later in the week as I wasn't too well (as did several others in the group) I intend to go on similar holidays in the future. There were 16 in the group, all more experienced than me, and they were a very nice bunch.

A fantastic week of walking on the beautiful island of Mallorca. Every walk was different and spectacular in its own right. The hotel in Soller was very comfortable, centrally located with a great buffet breakfast. The nights at Lluc made a good contrast. Good company, great food and a fine dry week. Usual Exodus efficiency.

Excellent trekking trip with good evening entertainment.

An excellent holiday. Great guide, lovely walks and a good group. Walking 6 continuous days was enough but you are free to have a rest day or two if you want. Weather was perfect for walking - mainly sunny but not hot. Walks were very varied and the scenery was beautiful. Very well organised.

A very enjoyable walking holiday with a variety of walks highlighting how attractive Mallorca is and based in 2 different locations.

I thoroughly enjoyed this tour. I had only chosen it as the dates fitted in with subsequent travel in Spain and Morocco. I knew little about Mallorca apart from the trip notes but was keen to do some hiking. We had a really cohesive group which definitely helped with enjoyment each day. Although I had 3 weeks of further travel after this hike, I could have easily returned to Australia after the 8 days totally satisfied. I would highly recommend this trip!

This was my first walking holiday with Exodus and the itinerary for the week was fantastic. The walks were varied with diverse scenery from mountain peaks to coastal walks. I particularly enjoyed the Mallorcan picnics during our walks. Eduard, our local tour leader, had a lot of knowledge which he shared with us enthusiastically. 

This was our first experience of an Exodus holiday and we enjoyed it hugely. We did not know what to expect or if we were up to the walking. Now we know, we'll maybe look at a higher grade next time, as it is our intention to go again. The Exodus organisation was very good and the quality of the guide excellent. If he could be faulted at all, it would be his desire to explain anything and everything Mallorcan to us. He took great pride in providing typical local picnic lunches and went out of his way to arrange authentic evening meals.

A fantastic weeks walking - tough- but the views were worth it!

I really enjoyed this holiday. It was great to see Majorca and walk in its lovely mountainous regions.

A varied, well organised walking trip which provided some much needed outdoor relief before the onset of winter. It was great having walks provided every day, and care and attention was put in to ensuring that every day was very different. A really good taster to these beautiful mountains!

The walks were varied and interesting, the guide was brilliant, and the views were spectacular: we felt we experienced a taste of the real Mallorca.

A delightful week on a beautiful island. The walks offered a rich variety of landscapes, from gentle meandering paths along clifftops with views down to a turquoise sea, to pretty routes through ancient olive groves, to dramatic ascents up limestone crags. I went in April because I wanted late spring colours and I was not disappointed.

This was an extremely enjoyable trip visually and culturally. Our guide was outstanding. My only proviso was that the C grade description was somewhat exaggerated. This was a pity as the guide was more than capable of fulfilling any grading required. The quality of the walking was excellent. 

This is the second time I have done this trip as I love the island and its diversity and more than that I love the Exodus trekking holiday.  The accommodation is in 3 locations all entirely different and with a strong Majorcan flavour to each.  Food traditional, interesting and varied.

Dates and prices

You can be confident that our pricing includes all the standard requirements of your holiday and many additional extras. Always ensure that you are comparing like for like when booking your holiday.

Note the 29th September departure includes more challenging walks.

This 7 night guided walking holiday includes:

All breakfasts, 4 picnic lunches (6 on level 5 weeks) and 1 dinner 

All accommodation

Transfer for group flights


How to book:

For further details, or to check availability, speak to our sales team on 01606 720199 (we're open until 5pm today) or complete our holiday enquiry form (we'll contact you at a time that's most convenient for you).

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The prices quoted for each individual departure supercede those published in our current brochures. Air prices are subject to change and we advise early booking to obtain the best prices. Please see our Planning your holiday and What's included in the price? pages for additional information.

Key information

This holiday is operated by our sister company, Exodus

4 nights comfortable hotel and 3 nights monastery, usually with en suite facilities

5.5 days walking; 1 free afternoon

Group normally 4 to 16, plus leader. Min age 16 yrs

Low altitude throughout

Challenging departures available on selected dates

Transfers

Airport transfers are included for those on the group flights. Please note that transfers are not included for clients arriving on any other flight, even if Headwater has booked it.

 If you require airport transfers, you may (by prior arrangement only) be able to join the group transfer. Transfers are arranged to coincide with the arrival time of the group flight ‐ please check the group flight details 2 weeks before departure. If you do not take this transfer, or miss it, you must make your own way to the joining point at your own expense.

Private transfers are not available on this trip, however if you are making your own way to Puerto Soller from the airport, the easiest way is to take a taxi from the rank directly outside the airport ‐ the journey should take 30 minutes. The cost of a taxi is likely to be about EUR 60‐70 should you decide to make your way independently.

There are no direct buses or public transport routes from Palma airport to Puerto Soller, but there are various slower indirect options (these may take up to 1.5hrs in total). You can take a local bus from the airport to the main bus station in Palma (Plazade Espanya) for approximately EUR 3, and from there choose between either another bus or the more scenic route by train and tram.

Transportation

Transfers from Palma airport to Soller and from Lluc to Palma airport are by private bus. Other transfers as part of a walk are a combination of private and public buses. The public buses can get busy and occasionally you may have to wait for the next bus but this is not usually a problem. Your luggage will be transported for you from Puerto Soller to Lluc, so you only have to carry a daypack.

Joining instructions

Travelling flight inclusive from London: 8 days

The group flight from London is a daytime flight departing on Day 1 of the itinerary.

Flights from London

We normally use the scheduled services of EasyJet or British Airways (depending on availability). As flight timings and schedules change regularly we recommend you call one of our specialist sales staff or your agent to confirm up‐to‐date timings.

Travelling land only: 8 days starting at Puerto Soller and ending in Lluc

Your trip normally starts at our accommodation in Puerto Soller in the afternoon of Day 1 of the itinerary. Details of how to reach the start point are provided in the Final Joining Instructions ‐ sent approximately two weeks before departure. Accommodation check‐in times are normally from around 3pm.

Please note timings may change at a later date and cannot be confirmed until approximately two weeks before departure.



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