Hiking enables one to discover the traditional lifestyle of Mallorca, its nature and its ethnological heritage. The Serra de Tramuntana is the favourite area of hikers. Some protected natural spaces like the Parc de la Península de Llevant have signposted routes. Old pilgrimage trails lead to monasteries and hermitages.
And Alcúdia is home to Spain’s first Nordic Walking park.
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Restoration of Galileo's snow house - 2009
Since 1987 the Consell de Mallorca has been working on the rehabilitation and conservation of the dry stone heritage, through the workshops of margers and the collaboration with the municipalities on various European projects
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