Mallorca has small paradises with crystal clear water, rugged cliffs and lush pine forests.

The Sierra de Tramuntana is located in the north-east of Mallorca; it was declared World Cultural Heritage because of its ecological values and varied landscapes

If you want to discover the wonderful coves of these mountains, you must know that they are very often not easily accessible. Most of these bays are made of rock and gravel, but once you see the crystal clear water and the breathtaking landscape, you think you are on a different planet.

Write down some of the Mediterranean jewels that you should not miss: at the foot of the Puig Major is the Cala Tuent Bay, a place full of charm that you should visit at least once in your life; In Cala Deià you can enjoy a rice with fish surrounded by cliffs and pine forests; 21 Km from Andratx and protected by the Puig de Galatzó is Cala Estellencs, another important corner of the mountains; from Sa Calobra you can reach the mouth of the Torrent de Pareis gorge, a unique enclave protected by two huge rocks; and the mythical Cala de Formentor, on the Cape of the same name, is the highest point in this part of the island. Its indescribable panorama will touch your heart. In this area full of tranquility and surrounded by pine trees you will find the most crystalline waters of Majorca.

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