The Serra de Tramuntana is a World Heritage Site, declared so by Unesco in 2011, for its imposing natural landscapes and its cultural richness. It is a mountain range that runs along the coast of the island of Mallorca from the northwest to the southwest, offering visitors the best view of the turquoise blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. It is a spectacle to behold; however, this massif has more to offer to tourists.

A tour by car will allow you to get to know the rural villages, the stone walls, the torrents, the local gastronomy and to get in touch with the history reflected in the monuments and architectural works dating back even to the prehistoric era.

Knowing the Serra de Tramuntana of Mallorca by car

From Andratx to Cape Formentor, you can start a route linking with the internal roads of the Sierra, winding roads that lead to small villages where you can appreciate the integration of man with nature.

Driveando offers you the possibility to visit the Serra de Tramuntana, its curves and incredible landscapes, to get to know the rocky area in the south, with its impressive cliffs. In addition, you can visit the inland villages to learn more about the local customs, we offer you the best Mallorca tours!


A charming village where you can enjoy the fresh air and walk through its cobbled streets. For nature lovers it is a landscape for rest and relaxation as it is surrounded by forests and abundant vegetation. You can visit the Carthusian monastery of Valldemossa, and see how the monks lived there for over 400 years. Frédéric Chopin, Rubén Darío, Jorge Luis Borges, are some of the celebrities who have stayed here.

Residence of the Archduke

One of the stops included in private tours Mallorca. The Archduke of Tuscany lived on the Son Marroig estate. He built a bridle path that goes up from Valldemosa to the Teix peak. From there you can appreciate one of the most beautiful landscapes in Mallorca.


Sóller is connected to the city of Palma by a century-old wooden train. It is one of the most charming villages in Spain. You can visit the beautiful church of Sant Bartomeu, stroll past the town hall, visit the Can Prunera museum and enjoy the botanical garden on the outskirts of the village, a real oasis.


Fornalutx is another of Spain’s most beautiful villages. It is a quiet place high up in the valley of Sóller, with picturesque streets, stone houses and a spectacular view of the mountains.

Sa Calobra

It consists of two beaches immersed between large rocky cliffs. To get there you have to take a zigzagging road and a tunnel to the Torrent de Pareis, which divides the two beaches. It is difficult to access, but the landscape and the beach are worth the excursions to the place.


Pollença is a Majorcan town located in the north of the island, in the eastern part of the Serra de Tramuntana range. The main square is the favourite place for visitors, a place with bars, restaurants, where the parish church Mare de Déu dels Àngels is located. It stands out for its market that fills the streets, on Sundays, with handicraft products and typical Majorcan gastronomy. You can also visit the sandy beaches on the road to the port, Cala Barques, Cala Carbó and Cala Clara.

Cape Formentor

Another place you can visit as part of a private tour in Mallorca. The route to reach the cape is about 18 kilometres between the bay of Pollença and the spectacular cliffs. The road is winding, but you can see a beautiful natural spectacle. The paradisiacal beach and the Faro de los Cuatro Vientos lighthouse are ideal places to enjoy. On the way to the cape, there are several viewpoints that allow you to contemplate the beauty of the landscape.