Based in the heart of the Tramuntana mountains, Soller is the ideal place from which to explore the surrounding countryside and the starting point for most of our walking excursions.
We specialise in smaller groups, between 4 and 8 people, in the company of a knowledgeable guide, so you can learn about the history, culture, flora and fauna of this beautiful area. We provide private transport to and from your hotel to the trail heads. So whether you are looking for a stroll through the Soller valley, to ascend one of the highest peaks or to take a 5-day tour through the Tramuntana mountain range, we offer something for everyone.
Please click on the links below for a further description of the walks and prices.
Distance: 4 miles (7 km)
A gentle introduction to the Soller valley walking through Binibassi and the picturesque village of Fornalutx
Soller to Cala Deia
Distance: 6 miles (10 km)
Taking the old Postman's route from Soller, this is a stunning walk following the coast to the beach at Cala Deia
Distance: 7 miles (11km)
March to October only. A medium level excursion along the beautiful coastal route - return to Puerto Soller by boat
Valldemossa, Archduke's Trail
Distance: 8 miles (13km)
Following in the footsteps of the Archduke Luis Salvador, this is a spectacular ridge walk high above the rocky northern coastline.
Cuber to Lluc Monastery
Distance: 9 miles (14.5km)
A high-altitude hike, ascending the Coll des Prat at 1200 metres, with its fabulous views over the north of the island.
Tossals Verds Circuit
Distance: 8 miles (13km)
A circular walk via the Tossals Verds refuge, an idyllic spot for a typical Mallorquin lunch.
Orient to Soller
Distance: 8.5 miles (14km)
Only possible with a guide, as we pass through the private estate of Coma Sema, this is a beautiful excursion from one valley to another.
Torrent de Pareis
Distance: 5 miles (8km)
Weather dependent, this excursion is normally offered from March to October. An amazing trip through one of Europe's largest canyons.
Cuber to Lluc via Puig Massanella
Distance: 10 miles (16km)
At 1350 metres, the Puig Massanella is the second highest peak on Mallorca and affords incredible views over most of the island.
Valldemossa Circuit & Puig des Teix
Distance: 10 miles (16 kms)
At 1064 metres, the Puig des Teix offers beautiful views across the Tramuntana mountain range and across to Palma.
The Dry Stone Route
Distance: 44 miles (70km)
A 5-day hike from Valldemossa to Pollensa, via Deia, Soller and Lluc Monastery, staying in refuges en-route.