At the beginning of GR221 on the first day.
Next to the small island of Sa Dragonera.
Good views from La Trapa.
Along the coast there are always great views of the cliffs, as seen here on the section from La Trapa to Coll de sa Gramola.
Only a few old buildings, such as the Torre de Sesanimes testify to the military history of the island.
Especially in the first section there are still quiet, idyllic campsites.
The Cami vell de s'Arxiduc is absolute madness. It was just piled up, so that the Archduke could ride there.
Color games along the way.
Deia is indeed worth a trip.
Soller is a charming little town but with quite a lot of tourists. A very big contrast to the rest in the mountains.
Something refreshing out of the way. Then you could almost be a thief and take one or two.
In relation to Soller Biniaraix is tiny but also quiet and still largely undiscovered by tourists.
After Biniaraix the way turns up into the mountains of Mallorca. Really great.
Haze over the mountains.
After the descent the way leads to Lluc.
Only occasionally some tourists come by. But no later than 5 you are all alone in the area.
Sa Calobra is the entry point to Torrent de Pareis.
Torrent de Pareis is a big hit. After the first major obstacle you are almost alone in the gorge.
Only occasionally come across other hikers. Toward the end, I was alone.
Formentor beach resort is not as fantastic as it appears on the picture.
Formentor is the end of the GR221 on the north-eastern tip of Majorca.