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Hotels mit Hotelbewertungen bei HolidayCheck

"gerne wieder"

Michael, 61-65, September 2018

"Symphatisches Hotel. Top Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis"

Florian, 31-35, September 2018

"1 Woche voller Freunde mit der Familie"

Babsy, 41-45, August 2018

Tripadvisdor Review – Mar 2019

Great and relaxing stay

Smart Aparthotel with great facilities and location. Extremely helpful staff, nothing was too much trouble. Food pretty good, fruit selection fantastic. Would not hesitate to recommend and hope to return.

Booking review – June 2019


Breakfast is really great with huge choice and quality food. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful!

Tripadvisdor Review – April 2019

Fabulous short break

This is our third stay at la Pergola and was a lovely short break before the Easter rush. We upgraded to half board before we travelled and feel we got value for money. The hotel is very clean and the staff very friendly…

Tripadvisdor Review – April 2019


We stayed here whilst walking the GR221 for a little bit of luxury and that is exactly what we got. Watching the sunset made it extra special.

Booking Review – May 2019

Fantastic apartment and area

Plenty of space in our apartment, very clean with everything we needed, plenty of windows around the apartment letting in a lot of natural light.

Expedia Review – Jan 2019

Great Place

Excellent place to stay. Staff was amazing friendly. I will definitely come back. Thanks for everything.

The 5 best tours in the Serra de Tramuntana

The 5 best tours in the Serra de Tramuntana

This authentic Mallorcan jewel was named a World Heritage Site in 2011, combining sea and mountain to perfection. It has endless secret and magical places that run along 90 kilometres. Discovering the trails is the perfect weekend plan to take a break, immerse yourself in nature and enjoy the breath-taking views. Are you ready?

The Dry Stone Route

It is the most well-preserved and best-known route on the island, and is well indicated. It will allow you to discover dry stone landscapes and historic buildings along the way, where you will learn about the myths and legends, traditions and cultures of this place. The route offers a total of 167 open kilometres, corresponding to main itineraries and variants. There are several open stages connecting Deià with Pollensa, and an open stage from Banyalbufar and Esporles. At the end of each stage you will find a shelter where you can spend the night.

Puig des Teix

It begins in the heart of Valldemosa, which can be reached by car or public transport, where you will head towards the Torrent de Sa Marina through the Pla des Pouet. From there you will be able to enjoy marvellous views of the north coast. We continue along the fork to Deià, through Pas de'n Miquel and to the summit. The entire route takes about 3 kilometres to finally reach Puig des Teix, which will offer you a panoramic view. We return along the fork until we reach the village of Valldemossa. It has a total of 15 kilometres and the average duration is 4 hours and 30 minutes.

Maristel·la Ermita and sa Fita del Ram

This route has a total length of 3 kilometres, which is considered of moderate difficulty, and is perfect for any nature lover. You can enjoy a viewpoint over the village of Esporles that offers beautiful views of the bay of Palma and the surrounding mountains such as Puntales de Planícia, Sa Mola, the famous mount of Galatzó and Na Bauçana. It starts in es Coll de s'Heura - Son Ferrà, taking the detour to the Heart of Jesus that will take us to the Ermita de Maristel-la, a magical place with beautiful views of the Serra, the Raiguer and the east of Mallorca. We continue through S'Ermita Villa and the Aljibe de Son Vich until we reach Fita del Ram.

The Comuna of Fornalutx

We can reach the village of Fornalutx by our own car or by public transport from Sóller. It is easily accessible and lasts 3 hours without counting breaks or rests, so you have enough time to discover the village during the rest of the day. It consists of a steep ascent that crosses the path of S'Alcina Fumadora that continues through the inside of Sa Comuna and descends to the village by the old road called Bosquet de Sa Comuna. You will see different buildings such as Can Xandre, Can Maiol and Ca Ses Escolanes at the outskirts of the village, which has some very curious details painted on the tiles.

Picada Tower and the S’Illeta Path

Calling out all the sea lovers, this is the perfect route for you. It has medium difficulty as it has slopes, and perfectly combines great heritage with a beautiful landscape. Start in Port de Sóller by taking the Des Través promenade, where you will see sculptures made by the locals. You will reach the tower following the paths that lead to S'Illeta. From there you can enjoy a breath-taking view of the Mediterranean Sea. Heading towards S'Illeta you can enjoy several hidden coves, caves and magical places not visited by tourists. A unique experience!

Nature and adventure