HERITAGE

HERITAGE

The cultural landscape of the Serra is made up of paths, terraces, walls and traditional constructions in dry stone, a mark left by humans which in this case has not destroyed nature, but integrated with it harmoniously, creating a region that is unique in the world.
 
CULTURE

CULTURE

The cultural inheritance is also made up of the mark left by people who will forever be associated to Tramuntana, such as King Jaume I, the mystic Ramon Llull, Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria or that romantic pair, musician Frédéric Chopin and writer George Sand.
 
ECONOMY

ECONOMY

The inhabitants of the Serra de Tramuntana are the architects of its current landscape, which has been sculpted over the centuries. They possessed an extensive cultural legacy, transmitted from generation to generation, consisting of agricultural, livestock and fishing processes…
 
TOURISM

TOURISM

t was the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range that brought the first tourists to Mallorca in the early 20th century. An attraction wrought by pioneers like Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria, who was enamoured of the island’s north coast, where he acquired several estates located between Valldemossa and Deià.
 
NATURE

NATURE

The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is rich in fauna and flora, with an abundance of endemic species such as the tiny ferreret or Mallorcan midwife toad. Some scenery has been protected as a result of its obvious ecological value, like the islet of Sa Dragonera, which is now a Natural Park, or the Torrent de Pareis ravine and Ses Fonts Ufanes ...