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Mountain high with Mallorca Farmhouses

6th July 2011 Print

Mallorca’s famous Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range was awarded World Heritage status last week by UNESCO. 

Credited for its magnificent landscape, history and culture, it is a hotspot for walkers and cyclists with pretty villages, colourful flora, thriving fauna, birds of prey and breathtaking sea views.  To visit the area, accommodation specialists Mallorca Farmhouses offer a selection of self-catering properties from just £356 per week.

Stretching 90km from Andratx in the south-west of the island to Pollenca in the north, the Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains are an awe-inspiring sight.  With high peaks, rocky cliffs and valleys with olive and citrus groves, over 20,000 people signed the local Government’s petition for World Heritage status, including Michael Douglas.

For keen walkers and cyclists, the mountains offer a variety of scenic trails through sheltered woodland and quaint towns, as well as offer sensational views over the eastern coast and rolling countryside.

Award-winning, self-catering specialists, Mallorca Farmhouses offer a selection of exclusive villas, fincas and country cottages located near to and with views of the mountains from £356 per week.  All properties include a private pool, welcome pack and maid service.   Suggestions include:

C’an Picassa is a charming three-bedroom farmhouse situated in the stunning ‘Son March’ valley in the Pollenca hills that sleeps six.  Full of character, it offers sensational views as well as large grounds, sun and covered dining terraces, outdoor BBQ. Prices start from £725 per week in 2012.

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