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In Mallorca, most of the mountain refuges are located in the two mountain ranges, the Tramuntana and the Llevant mountains. They are open throughout the year and are perfectly maintained. Due to the high risk caused by the abundant vegetation, fires are only allowed in the designated areas. At present, pets are not allowed in the refuges.
Binifaldó Can Boi Caseta dels Oguers Castell d'Alaró Coll Baix Coma De Binifaldó Comuna de Caimari Cúber Gorg Blau La Muleta Lavanor Pont Romà S'Alzina S'Arenalet Son Amer Son Moragues Son Real Tossals Verds
The Tramuntana mountains are the island’s largest mountain range and natural area and have a high environmental value. In the 90km long mountain range you will find mountain refuges for hikers walking the dry-stone route. The 300km long route crosses the Tramuntana mountains from Port d’Andratx to Pollença. In the towns along the route you will find around ten places to stay for hikers. On the other hand, the Llevant mountains offer nature lovers an unknown and extraordinary beautiful landscape. The Llevant nature park, in the municipality of Artà, is located in the mountains. The park offers a camping area.
In the refuges, there is a choice of private rooms and dorms. The refuges are equipped with toilets, showers and warm water, among other services. This is part of our daily effort to improve the services to our guests. The refuges also have a dining hall and some of them even have a kitchen. You can also stay in huts with less services and comforts, even though most of them have a chimney, tables, chairs and an adapted toilet. You should bring your sleeping bag because there are no beds available.
On the other hand, young, adventurous people can stay at any of the island’s hostels. The first hostel is located on the north of the island, in the peninsula of Alcúdia, set against a backdrop of sea and mountains. It has capacity for 200 guests in rooms with 4, 5 or 12 beds, with communal or en-suite bathrooms. You can book a full board, half board or bed and breakfast only stay. The second hostel is located in Playa de Palma, 300 metres from the beach. It is situated close to the airport, with good connections and 10 kilometres from Palma. Its location allows guests to enjoy both the beach and the city. It has capacity for 96 people in quadruple en-suite rooms. It offers a full board, half board or bed and breakfast only stay. The third hostel is located in Portocristo, on the southeast of Mallorca. It is located 1,200 metres from the beach and the tourist areas. It is the perfect place to enjoy a few days in contact with nature participating in a wide range of sports activities. The rooms are en-suite and the hostel has a dining hall with buffet. The hostels belong to the HI Youth Hostel Association. You must present a valid HI membership card.
Camping areas are ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and for those who like to sleep under the stars. As mandated by law, you can only camp in the designated areas, such as near the monastery of Lluc, the Hipocampo in the municipality of Manacor; in the Llevant nature park and near the refuge of s’Arenalet des Verger in the municipality of Artà, among other places. All camping areas are equipped with bins, tables, barbecue, water, etc. We remind you that fire is only allowed in the designated areas. On the island you can enjoy nature while staying at tourist resorts that provide a wide range of services for visitors, as well as a variety of leisure activities.
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I managed to book and payrefugis on line at http://www.conselldemallorca.net/index.php?id_section=3198&id_parent=491&id_class=2992 Only Can Boi, Muleta, Tossals Verd and Son Amer are open at the moment. Also there are 2 route closures between Estellencs and Banyalbufar, and between Esporles and Valdemossa.... However I met people who had managed to complete both stages with some 'off pisting' Regards Nick
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