Mallorca is a place that evokes an image of a relaxing European beach vacation. Known as the star of the Mediterranean, the island of Mallorca is home to some of the most popular beaches, dramatic cliff-studded coastline, and quaint sleepy villages.
This trip includes that and a lot more. Based out of Soller, a small town set in a lush valley of orange groves, we explore the mountains, the sea, and the local culture.
Many local farmhouses (fincas) in Mallorca have been renovated to provide accommodations and serve local cuisine. We stay at a lodge with incredible valley views of the mountains.
There is plenty of time to relax and stroll through the streets and plazas of Soller and enjoy the tapas bars, ice-cream stands, pastry shops, and the ubiquitous fresh-squuezed orange juice.
However, we have a full action-packed itinerary which includes trekking in the mountain ranges (Tramuntana region), kayaking, stand-up paddle-boarding, yoga, trying your hand at rock-climbing, and trail running. In fact, there is an option of running a local trail race.
Every day, participants will have the opportunity to attend a yoga class, or go on a short trail run with our lead guide. We will attend local fairs, markets, and a music festival.
All of the guides are locals, and our lead guide in Mallorca is Christopher Ornee, an ex-pat, who traded the Southern California surf for the European adventures. Christopher has been living in Mallorca for the last eight years and is passionate about the outdoors.