Mallorca Epic Tramuntana Panoramic Road Itinerary
Embark on a 139 km journey through Mallorca's stunning Tramuntana Panoramic Road. This two-day road trip starts in the town of Andratx and ends in Formentor, taking you through the towns of Valldemossa, Deia, Soller and Pollenca. The best time to take this journey is between April and October, when the weather is mild and the scenery is at its best.
On this journey, you will be able to take in the stunning views of the Tramuntana mountain range, as well as the historical sites, such as the monastery in Valldemossa, which was once home to the famous composer Frédéric Chopin. The roads are mostly in good condition and provide a comfortable drive, although some parts are curvy and narrow.
This road trip offers a unique experience that will create lasting memories. It is suitable for all drivers and can be managed with a moderate budget. So what are you waiting for? Pack your bags and get ready to explore the beauty of Mallorca on the Epic Tramuntana Panoramic Road.
Distance 139 km
Driving time 3.7 h
Andratx is a charming village located in the southwest of Mallorca, and it is the starting point of the Mallorca Epic Tramuntana Panoramic Road. This beautiful village, which is located in a valley, is surrounded by mountains and steep cliffs. It is a great place to begin your exploration of Mallorca.
When visiting Andratx, make sure to explore the old town, where you can find the church of Santa Maria, which was built in the 17th century. There is also a museum and a lovely little plaza, perfect for a morning coffee. Nature lovers should visit the nearby cliffs and enjoy the stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.
For those arriving by air, the closest international airport is the Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI). There are car rentals available at the airport, allowing you to begin your road trip right away.
Andratx is a great place to start your exploration of Mallorca. Enjoy its old town, stunning views and the amazing nature that surrounds it. Begin your Mallorca Epic Tramuntana Panoramic Road journey here and make the most of your time in Mallorca.
Distance 41 km
Driving time 1.1 h
Embark on a scenic road trip from Andratx to Valldemossa, a distance of 41km that can be covered in less than 2 hours. On the way, you will be mesmerized by the winding roads and the narrow sections that you will encounter. Andratx and Valldemossa are two of the most interesting places to visit in this route. In Andratx, you can explore the old town and visit the Church of St. Mary and the Canonge Palace. In Valldemossa, you can discover the Cartoixa de Valldemossa, the Palau de la Música, and the Monastery of St. Catalina. For more information regarding attractions, accommodation options, recommended restaurants, and campsites along the route, please refer to the Itinerary of this stage.
Distance 10 km
Driving time 0.3 h
Embark on a 10 km road trip from Valldemossa to Deia, a journey of less than an hour. Along the way, you will be captivated by the picturesque scenery as you drive along narrow sections of the road. Take your time and enjoy the views of the Mediterranean Sea in the distance.
In Valldemossa, don't forget to visit the Cartuja de Valldemossa, a 14th century monastery, and the Church of Nuestra Señora de la Esperanza. In Deia, take a stroll through the cobbled streets and visit the Church of Sant Bartomeu.
For more information about attractions, accommodation options, recommended restaurants, and campsites along the route, please refer to the Itinerary for this stage of your road trip. Enjoy the journey!
Distance 10 km
Driving time 0.3 h
Embark on an unforgettable road trip starting in Deià, Spain and ending in Soller, a mere 10km away. The drive will take you less than an hour, so you can take your time to explore the stunning views along the way. The road is winding in some sections, so pay attention to the curves and be sure to take in the beautiful scenery. In other sections, the road will be narrow, so drive with caution. As you make your way through the journey, stop at the stunning Mirador de ses Barques for a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean Sea, or take a scenic stroll through the cobblestone streets of Deià. When you reach Soller, take a moment to enjoy the breathtaking view of the harbor and the nearby beach. For more information about attractions, accommodation options, recommended restaurants, and campsites along the route, be sure to check the detailed itinerary of this stage.
Distance 52 km
Driving time 1.3 h
Embark on an unforgettable road trip from Soller to Pollenca, a journey of only 52 km and less than 2 hours of driving time. Enjoy the scenic views of the mountain range as you drive along the winding roads, taking in the steep ramps and narrow sections. Visit the picturesque Port de Sóller, with its sun-soaked beaches and bustling marina, as well as the historic town centre of Pollenca, with its ancient churches and winding cobblestone streets. Explore the stunning Sa Calobra beach, with its breathtaking cliffs and turquoise waters, and the nearby Torrent de Pareis canyon, with its unique rock formations. For a unique experience, take a cable car ride to the top of the Puig Major mountain range, where you can take in the spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. With so much to see and do, this road trip is sure to be an unforgettable experience. For more information about attractions, accommodation options, recommended restaurants, and campsites along the route, be sure to check out the "Itinerary" of this stage.
Distance 26 km
Driving time 0.7 h
Embark on a thrilling road trip from Pollenca to Formentor, a distance of 26km that will take you less than an hour. As you drive, be sure to take in the stunning scenery of the Mediterranean. You'll find the road winding and narrow in sections, so pay attention to your speed and the curves. There's plenty to explore in both Pollenca and Formentor. In Pollenca, take a stroll through the old town and visit the 14th-century church, the Calvari Steps, and the Placa Major. In Formentor, explore the lighthouse and the beautiful beach. Don't miss the chance to take in the stunning views of the bay from the Mirador de Mal Pas. For more information on attractions, accommodation, recommended restaurants, and campsites along the route, check out the itinerary for this stage.
Formentor in Spain is the perfect ending destination for the Mallorca Epic Tramuntana Panoramic Road. Located on the beautiful Balearic Island of Mallorca, Formentor is a small village that offers breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.
The winding roads of the Tramuntana Mountains, along with the lush green landscape, provide a picturesque backdrop for any road trip. From the mountain passes to the secluded beaches, travelers are sure to be in awe of the scenery.
Formentor is home to several attractions, including the Formentor Lighthouse, which is the oldest lighthouse still in use in the Balearic Islands. The lighthouse is a great spot to take in the views of the Mediterranean Sea, as well as the nearby islands.
The nearby Cala San Vicente is an excellent spot for swimming and sunbathing, as well as a great place to take a walk along the beach. For those looking to explore a bit more, the city of Pollença is just a short drive away. Here, travelers can explore the old town and visit the local markets.
Formentor is the perfect destination for travelers looking to end their road trip with a view of the Mediterranean Sea. The closest international airport is Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI), located just over an hour away.
Mallorca Epic Tramuntana Panoramic Road at a glance
Palma De Mallorca Airport (PMI)
When to drive:
January, March, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
More info you can find in the "Itinerary" section at each stage.