Day 1 - UK to Palma
Today you'll fly to Palma, Mallorca's lively capital. On arrival we'll transfer you to your adults-only hotel in Porto Cristo. This delightful resort is located on the east coast of the island at the end of a sheltered bay. Once you've unpacked, why not head out for a stroll. The lovely sandy beach is just steps away and you'll discover a great selection of cafés and bars where you can sit and soak up fabulous views.
Back at the hotel, get to know your fellow travellers this evening over a welcome drink before dinner.
Day 2 - Deia to Soller
Walk 10km - 6.2 Mi – 3 hours
A good breakfast will set you up for today's 10km walk, which should take about three hours. We'll head first to the pretty village of Valldemosa, surrounded by the Tramuntana mountain range. As well as this enviable position, it boasts a 13thcentury Carthusian monastery, where Polish composer Chopin spent the winter with writer George Sand in 1838. This ill-fated stay was recounted in her book, 'A Winter in Majorca'.
Next, we head to the coastal village of Deia, where our gentle walk begins. We'll follow a cobbled path through olive groves and farmland for a glimpse of rural Mallorca. We'll also take in spectacular sea views as we make our way to our final destination, Sóller, set in a lush valley of orange and lemon groves.
Day 3 - Castell D'Alaro
Walk 7km - 4.3mi – 4 hours
We'll see more beautiful scenery on today's walk, which starts in the tiny hamlet of Orient, and takes us over 7km.
Our stroll takes us past olive groves and holm oak woods, and up to Castell d'Alaro, a Moorish fortress perched on top of a rocky mountain. From here we'll be able to soak up wonderful panoramic views. We'll see the Tramuntana Mountains and the Cap de Ferrutx, a place of outstanding natural beauty boasting high peaks, coastal cliffs, scrubland, forests and secluded beaches.
Day 4 - Porto Cristo
After two days out and about exploring Mallorca's picturesque countryside you might enjoy the opportunity to relax today. Just steps away from the hotel is a sandy beach, so you could laze in the sun, or have a swim in the blue-green waters of the bay.
Day 5 - Cala Figuera
Walk 5km - 3.1 mi – 3 hours
We're in for a treat today as we head off on a coastal walk which takes us past seven beautiful bays. The path we take will lead us to the Figuera lighthouse, with our Local Guide pointing out interesting flora and fauna along the way. Our final destination is the fishing port of Cala Figuera, where white-painted houses line the small harbour and pine-covered hillsides form a picturesque backdrop.
Day 6 - Puig de Randa
Walk 7km - 4.3 mi – 3 hours
Today our walk will take us inland to the pretty town of Llucmajor. Our route then takes us through oak forests to the Puig de Randa plateau for far-reaching views of the Sierra del Norte and the Llanura lowlands.
Rising from the plain, one of Mallorca's sacred mountains, the Puig de Randa is home to the Sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Cura, which we'll stop to admire. The views across the island are pretty spectacular from here too. As we make our way back down, we pass the 14th century Monastery of Sant Honorat and the Nuestra Señora de Gracia hermitage.
Day 7 - Palma
We're going to discover Mallorca's capital, Palma, on a tour this morning. We'll stroll through the narrow streets and ancient passages of the Old Town, to see honey-hued buildings and the impressive Gothic cathedral. Close by we'll also admire the Royal Palace, the residence of Spain's royal family when they visit the Balearic Islands.
There's free time in the city to explore independently or with your travelling companions. There's no shortage of attractions, from shops and galleries to cafés and an impressive harbour.
Later, we'll head back to the hotel, where the rest of the afternoon can be spent at leisure. Tonight let's get together for a farewell drink before dinner.
Day 8 - Palma to UK
Today we'll transfer to the airport in Palma for our flight back to the UK.