Centred in Soller in the heart of the rugged Tramuntana mountain range, Tramuntana Tours offers you a variety of ways to discover the spectacular surroundings on the west coast of Majorca. A range of excursions give you the opportunity to get closer to the real Mallorca, either on foot, by bike, sea kayak or boat, always accompanied by an experienced guide.
They also offer private transport to and from your hotel to the activity locations and trails. 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, Tramuntana Tours offer something for everyone.
Canyoning is a relatively new sport that involves walking, scrambling, climbing, jumping, abseiling and/or swimming through a canyon. Due to the limestone rocks found in the Tramuntana mountain range, Mallorca boasts many canyons that have been carved out over millions of years by water. These narrow gorges, with beautifully sculpted walls and waterfalls provide a striking setting for this all-action activity. Canyoning is practised throughout the year in Mallorca, although the best time is generally from October to April when the island's rainfall is at its heaviest. Tramuntana Tours has professionally qualified and experienced canyoning guides so you will be well looked after on your trip. All material including climbing harness, ropes, helmets, wetsuits, bags and watertight containers are provided. All you need to bring is a good pair of walking shoes, lightweight warm clothing and a sense of adventure.
Coasteering is similar to canyoning, in that it involves climbing, jumping, abseiling and swimming, but the activity takes place along the coast. There’s 2 levels of difficulties, one for all the family, including children of 8 years or older and one for the adrenaline junkies. You just need to be able to swim! This activity takes at least 3 hours.
They offer a morning's guided kayaking excursion, starting and finishing from the Playa d'en Repic beach in Puerto Soller. There are lots of interesting features along the coast for you to explore in your kayak, such as caves, blowholes and rocky inlets, which the guide will point out to you along the way. If you are lucky you may come across a dolphin or two. The aim of the tour is to reach s'Illeta, a small island, about 4 kilometres from Playa d'en Repic. The island is home to a large colony of cormorants. The tour takes 3 hours and costs €50 per person.
Tramuntana Tours also offer boat trips/charters and fishing excursions, please visit their website for further details.
- Family Friendly
- Canoeing / Kayaking
- Sea/Coastal Trip
- Guides & Instructors
- Watersports Instructors
- Open Seasons