Andratx, Estellencs, Banyalbufar, Esporles, Valldemossa, Deià, Sóller, Fornalutx, Escorca, Pollença
Consell Insular de Mallorca (Island Council of Mallorca)
Transporte de las Islas Baleares (Transport of the Balearic islands):
TIB information: 971 17 77 77
Toll-free information line: 900 177 777
Check all the legs at: http://www.conselldemallorca.cat/mediambient/pedra/
Leg 1: Port d’Andratx-La Trapa
Leg 2: La Trapa-Estellencs
Leg 3: Estellencs-Esporles
Leg 4: Esporles - Can Boi hut
Leg 5: Can Boi hut - Muleta hut
Leg 6: Muleta hut - Tossals Verds hut
Leg 7: Tossals Verds hut - Son Amer hut
Leg 8: Son Amer hut - Pont Romà hut
We recommend that you book in advance if you want to use the services of the huts along the route. They all offer food and lodging. Currently there are six operating: Tossals Verds, Muleta, Can Boi, Son Amer and Pont Romà. You can book them at the following website: http://www.conselldemallorca.cat/mediambient/pedra/
Lluc sanctuary. The spiritual heart of Mallorca located in the township of Escorca. It has an inn, but to stay there you must book well in advance due the high demand.
Deià. One of the loveliest towns in the Tramuntana mountain range which has attracted artists over the centuries, including writer Robert Graves, who is buried here.
Miramar. A former school devoted to teaching Arabic and other Eastern languages founded by Ramon Lull and later purchased by Archduke Louis Salvador of Austria. Today it houses an interesting museum on these personages.
Valldemossa Charterhouse. The Valldemossa Charterhouse is worth a trip so you can discover the lives of the Carthusian monks and the marks they left on musician Chopin and writer George Sand.