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Worth doing. A really lovely route

Start from Valldemossa as better marked and all paths open and fairly clear. Easier than expected... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2018
Marcela B
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GR221 Puerto d' Andratx - Puerto de Pollenca in 4 days.

Best multi day trek I have done! Puerto d' Andratx - Puerto de Pollenca. Did it in September... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2017
PeterPollitt
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Reviewed 26 April 2018 via mobile

Start from Valldemossa as better marked and all paths open and fairly clear. Easier than expected especially descent into Deia is not scary nor too steep. Varied scenery and lots of shady paths. Went all the way to Pollensa. Refuges are very clean. Very good...More

3  Thank Marcela B
Reviewed 17 October 2017

The section from Valdemossa to Pollensa is a great walk through beautiful countryside but you have to be prepared for the disorganization of the refuge system if you are using these. Booking - it is not possible to book the Muleta, Tossals Verd and Son...More

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Reviewed 10 August 2017

Best multi day trek I have done! Puerto d' Andratx - Puerto de Pollenca. Did it in September 2015 with my Brother over 4 days staying in hostels/-refuges & then again in 2016 solo over 4 days. The first 2 days were tough with 2000-2500m...More

2  Thank PeterPollitt
Reviewed 20 July 2017

Hi,me and my partner are walking from esporles to pollensa on the gr221 and need some advice on booking these hostels which are,tossals verds,son amer.We are going in September and have tried to book them online through the consell de Mallorca website but when we...More

10  Thank dannymite1981
Reviewed 9 July 2017

We took it easy this time as I am recovering from a knee injury and even 4.5h walk was a challenge. We were staying at Jumeirah hotel which is located on the hill on the far east side of the bay (which added c.30min to...More

2  Thank szansonistka
Reviewed 30 May 2017

The GR221 is beautiful but a word of warning - think carefully when planning your route. The stages differ significantly and are generally steep hikes up and down taking much longer than you might initially think. I carried a 10KG backpack and hiked 40 miles...More

9  Thank Hannah B
Reviewed 30 March 2017 via mobile

My friend and I hiked the GR221 this week all the way from Andratx to Pollensa. We stopped in Estellencs, Valdemossa, Soller and Lluc, covering the route over 5 days. It was tough going but we're both endurance athletes and it felt OK. We had...More

5  Thank Joanne R
Reviewed 20 November 2016

Took a beautiful walk in the mountains from near Andratx to S'Araco back to Andratx on the GR 221. It took me about 6 hrs with lunch in Andratx. Start and finish at the car park off the road to Estellencs about km mark 109....More

2  Thank David Daniela M... E
Reviewed 25 July 2015 via mobile

Nice stone and dirt tracks most of the time. Very well marked, never in doubt where to go. Very good refuges with good food, (breakfast and dinner), and friendly staff. Will definitely recommend it.

1  Thank Bengt_Sivert
Reviewed 10 November 2014

Walked this section in Oct 2014 in beutiful warm/hot sunshine ( 35c ) . Arrived at Lluc on bus from Cala san Vicente , had a coffee and walked the section of GR221 to Pollensa . We have walked this section before but the weather...More

4  Thank redimondo
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