The forests of Lluc is renowned as a sacred space. A place of life, nourishment, raw materials, values, rituals and community. It is considered the home of gods due to its symbolism. The Romans, when passing through the island, named the forest Lucus, literally meaning "a sacred place" from which the name of Lluc was derived.
Walking in the Monte del Rosario is a must-do activity for hiking lovers. The 30-minute walk along the cobbled path to Santa Figura.
This garden dates back to 1956 and was created by the religious community. It hosts 200 varieties of wild, aromatic and medicinal plants that are native to Mallorca, as well as fruit trees.
One of the most famous routes. This path is entertaining with various levels of difficulty. At the end, you arrive at a characteristically camel-shaped rock, hence the name
You will find impressive rocky cliffs at Sa Calobra that separate the Torrent de Pareis. One of the most emblematic places in the world that will not disappoint.
The Cúber and Gorg Blau reservoir can be found in la Serra de Tramuntana. This water source for the island is also an essential stop in your Mallorcan travel guide.
Situated between La Costera and La Claobra, Cala Tuent is one of the small virgin coves that has been conserved on the island. With crystal-clear waters and white stones. A total paradise.
From Sa Foradada you'll see the best sunsets on the island. Or the most famous. Also, you can do an excursion down to the characteristic rocks of this small cove where you can enjoy a cool dip.
The villages of la Serra de Tramuntana are perfect for purchases of typical products, from enjoying a sweet snack or strolling through the streets to discover Mallorcan culture at depth.
Relax and observe the night sky from Lluc. A moment of disconnect, silence and peace that is a privilege. Will you be inspired under the stars?