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Majorca Hiking, Yoga, and Wine!

Race Date
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May 19, 2019
Location
Majorca
number of days
7 days/ 7 nights
Starting price
1915
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Majorca Hiking, Yoga, and Wine!

What's Included:
  • 7 Nights Lodging 
  • Airport Shuttle
  • All transportation during the week
  • 4 yoga classes (taught at the villa)
  • 5 guide-led hikes
  • Son Puig Winery Tour, tasting & tapas
  • All breakfasts and dinners (including wine)

                               If you love hiking, yoga, stunning scenery, local markets,

                              winery tours and gourmet dinners ... this is your dream trip!

Flights: Everyone will book their own flights into Palma Majorca (PMI). Generally, look for flights in the afternoon of the 20th and the morning of the 27th. We will arrange a round trip airport shuttle to pick you up.

Price: $1915 (double occupancy)

Price includes:  7 nights lodging at 18th century country house (double occupancy), airport shuttle, all transportation during the week, 4 yoga classes (taught at the villa), 5 guide-led hikes, Son Puig Winery Tour, tasting & tapas, all breakfasts, all dinners (including wine).

Price does not include:  Airfare, lunches, guide tips, wine purchases.

Travel Insurance: Travel insurance is always a good idea to prevent loss of funds in case of an unexpected cancellation or even injury while on the trip. The easiest way to get insurance is to purchase along with your flight purchase.

SUNDAY, May 19 – arrival in Spain and settling in 

Flights from the U.S. will land early afternoon.  We’ll greet you at the airport then shuttle you to our destination for the week.  It’s about a 40-minute drive. 

About our Villa 

We lucked-out finding this fabulous 18th century country house (finca), on the west side of the island, near the town of Soller.  This is a one-of-a-kind house that was originally built as a farm house over 300 years ago. It still has the original features such as the stone floor and the "ancient kitchen" which has now been converted to a chill-out area.  For more info on the house, click here.  

The house is located on the walking trail between Soller and Port de Soller. This makes it easy for a before dinner stroll … a great way to work out the kinks from a long flight.  Plus, it’ll be nice to see the town and get familiar with our surroundings. We’ll plan to get back home in time for a nice glass of wine before a beautiful meal prepared by skilled, local chefs.   

About the Town of Sóller -- known as the ‘valley of oranges’. 

The main square – Plaza de la Constitución – is Sóller’s beating heart, lined with numerous bars and cafés, and dominated by the distinctive valley landmark, Sant Bartomeu church. The tram linking town and port clunks its way regularly through this splendid square. The Art Nouveau building, Can Prunera, houses a fine permanent collection of art (including Kandinksy, Picasso, Warhol, local artists Miquel Barceló and Francesca Martí), and temporary exhibitions.  

The Balearic Museum of Natural Sciences (Museu Balear de Ciències Naturals) and the Jardí Botànic, a garden featuring many Balearic plant varieties, are a short walk from the centre, on the road towards the port.  

MONDAY, May 20 

         Morning Yoga (60 minutes, all gear provided) 

         Today’s Hike 

         Route:  Mountain Peaks & Turquoise Bays 

         Distance:  6 miles (about 3.5 hours) 

         Difficulty: Moderate  

A walk of Mallorcan contrasts! Sleepy villages, a tiny fishing port, high peaks, incredible rock formations, rivers, turquoise seas, deserted beaches, and a sophisticated little port with delightful bars, cafes and boutiques to finish off with! This is a fabulous walk that shows the diversity of the south-west of the island to its very best.   We’ll do dinner at the Villa tonight. 

TUESDAY, May 21

We’ll skip yoga today allow for a more leisure breakfast before heading out to hike.  

         Today’s Hike 

         Route:  Circuit of Valldemossa & along the Archduke's Bridleway 

         Distance:  7 miles (about 4 hours) 

         Difficulty:  Challenging  

This hike is a real treat and the good news is that the length and difficulty of the route can be varied to suit everyone’s abilities and energy levels! This particular hike duration and grade are of moderate difficulty, but includesan ascent of the Teix which makes it a much longer and more difficult hike. The climb out of the valley is steep, but it is well worth the effort for the rewards when you've reached the top - we get the most amazing views to Deiaand Puig Major beyond!  

WEDNESDAY, May 22

Morning Yoga (60 minutes, all gear provided) 

Local Market Not to be missed on any visit to Majorca are the local markets.  There is one, in a different town, each day of the week. Today we visit Sineu.  This ancient agricultural hilltop town comes alive on Wednesdays for market day, and offers a true view of a typical Mallorcan town. The streets throng with visitors that come to buy, see, breathe and generally experience one of Mallorca's most diverse markets.   

 After the market, we’ll take a drive to visit our favorite winery, the Bodega Son Puig. There, we’ll talk a tour, sample four of their varietals and have lunch in a beautiful garden setting.  

About BODEGAS SON PUIG 

Located in the southwestern, mountainous region of Majorca, we’ve visited this winery several times.  The wine is fabulous, and we can’t wait to buy more every year.  The winery only produces enough wine to be sold locally, so you will never see or taste any of them in the States.  That’s why it’s so special to be able to visit while we’re in Majorca.  We’ll have a relaxed evening at the villa tonight … enjoying some of our day’s purchases.       

THURSDAY, May 23

         Morning Yoga (60 minutes)  

         Today’s Hike Route:  Cuber Reservoir to Biniaraix 

         Distance:  9 miles (about 4 hours) 

         Difficulty: Moderate  

This spectacular and unforgettable hike has fantastic views all the way! On this downhill route, you will enjoy the open mountain scenery and follow an easy track into the woods and along the paths of the Ofreestate. A detour to the summit of L'Ofre, at just over 3,300 feet, is well worth the effort and a short scramble, for the spectacular 360º views from the top. You can see right over to the Bay of Palma, as well as the Bay of Alcudia and the east of the island. Continuing our route down into Sóller, we enter a stunning gorge, the Barranc de Biniaraix where we begin our spectacular and steep descent via an ancient cobbled pilgrim's path. 

Once we’re back home, we’ll look forward to well-deserved relaxation by the pool followed by happy hour and dinner (either at the villa or in town).  

FRIDAY, May 24 

         Today’s Hike 

         Route:  A loop around the Tossals Verds peak

         Distance:  9 miles (about 4 hours) 

         Difficulty: Challenging 

This is an excellent and nicely varied circular walk around the Tossals Verds peak, the 3rd highest on the island. It is an energetic route, which takes us high into the Tramuntana with far reaching views virtually all the way. This fabulous hike includes a couple of steep ascents and a well-located stop at one of the island's beautifully restored refuges. 

Tossals refuge is a great place to stop for a Pamboli lunch or a menu del dia, and the views from the refuge terraces are quite lovely! We’ll dine at the villa tonight.  Local chefs will do the cooking.  

SATURDAY, May 25

         Morning Yoga (60 minutes)  

         Today’s Hike 

         Route:  Deia to Puerto Sóller 

         Distance:  6 miles (about 3 hours)

         Difficulty:  Easy   

Starting from Deia, we set off and immediately descend through olive groves on a cobbled path, on a slight detour to see charming Cala Deia. On the way down,we get lovely views of the village and mountains as we look back. Our route runs between the sea on one side and steep mountains on the other. We walk along cobbled paths, tracks and residential lanes winding through farmland and along terracing. Occasionally we get views of the sea, a senyorialmanor house, and the little hamlet of Llucalcari. We pass through the fine buildings of the Can Prohemfinc, and get the opportunity to stop for a freshly squeezed orange juice and a rest while enjoying fantastic views of Sóller.

We’ll head into town tonight for our final dinner tonight.  

Goodbye Dinner at El Sabor- a restaurant with spectacular food and views, featuring tapas and entrees boasting authentic Spanish cuisine.

 “We sat outside and enjoyed a lovely jug of sangria whilst enjoying the view of the bay. We decided to try the tapas and they were superb. Everything was lovely and freshly prepared. The staff were charming and so friendly. I would definitely return when I am in Soller again, great place.” -Jules Andee  

SUNDAY, May 26 – travel day 

We’ll head back to the airport this morning.  Majorca will definitely be missed! 

The Majorca trip with Fit4 Adventure was stellar. I am a long-time hiker from the Pacific Northwest, but nothing compares to the hiking we did on this trip in terms of beauty, no big crowds, welcomed challenge In terms of mileage and wonderful wine and meal soirées afterwards. I went with a dear friend and we had a blast in this sweet, sweet country. Great villa! Fun crowd! Even yoga! I look forward to another "Fit" trip. Thank you, Diane!

Maura
Eugene, Oregon

Majorca is a magical place to hike! From the sweeping coastlines to the Lord of the Rings forests, we explored many parts of the island without a day that felt the same. Our guides melted right into our awesome group and taught us about the history of the island, the foliage, and when we could, we got their stories along the way (which were always fascinating). Our villa was sprawling and comfortable, and I joked about our Big Chill mornings (since I was up to observe!). We ate in, we ate out, we shopped, and we did some gnarly yoga. Just when I didn't think I could bend anymore, I would look out at the blue ocean vistas and suddenly stop cursing the instructor :) I don't do yoga, but would do it every day on that patio if I could! Highlights were definitely those days when we ended a gorgeous 7-8 mile hike at a rustic winery where we were treated to such delights I can't even describe. I loved the bike trip, but when I close my eyes and think of Majorca, it's the hiking week that always comes to mind.

Cheryl
Boulder, Colorado

My husband and I booked a hiking trip while we were single and on a whim, decided to get married in Majorca. We spent our honeymoon on a Fit 4 Adventure hiking trip. It was magical! The hikes were stunning everyday and we our guides were knowledgeable about the history of island. We toured several wineries where we drank excellent Spanish wines. The entire trip was a once in a lifetime experience!

Sheryl
Dallas, TX

Great hiking through various climates with fabulous destinations each day. One day may be a working winery and another may be steep and rugged hills. Lots to see on each hikes including evidence of old forgotten charcoal pits from centuries ago, hidden caves and incredible vista views. All of the hikes were significant but anyone in good to great shape will not have a problem.

Kurt
Dallas, TX

I did this trip in 2014. Majorca is a beautiful little island. The hiking trails take you through mountains with great views of the Mediterranean Sea and often end up in historic villages. This is more than just a hiking trip, though. We were immersed in culture, history (as far as back as the Moors from over a thousand years ago), and even got personal tours of Majorcan wineries. Our local guide really knew her stuff! And we stayed in a really cool 400 year old villa on the top of a mountain. I highly recommend this trip!

Mark
Dallas, TX
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