Mallorca, one of the most important tourist destinations on the Mediterranean has a very attractive and well-preserved rural areas and an extensive network of trails. And the majority of them pass through Serra de la Tramuntana, right where Son Net is located.
The majority of the trails pass through the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains, the most emblematic nature reserve on the island, crossing crags, cliffs and waterfalls, following gravel paths or goat trails. In the Serra de Tramuntana there are mountains that rise from 0 m to 1,436 m in just a few kilometres, and almost all of the peaks are accessible, thanks to the roads leading to snow wells.
The rest of the island also has a significant network of trails that run along gentler contours than those of the Serra de Tramuntana, but which possess a surprisingly rich ethnological and cultural charm.
While hiking on Majorca, one can discover places of fabulous beauty full of history and ancient legends. Roads originally created by smugglers that lead to the remotest spots on the coast, coastal watchtowers built in the 16th century to protect from Turkish pirate attacks, “marges” (stone terrace walls) and infrastructures used for farming and collecting water that have lasted since the Arab period.