This panorama shows a view over the valley and gorge leading up to the Tossals Verds hiking refuge from the car park. The walk takes 50 minutes and passes through lovely scenery as it winds up the mountains through ancient, terraced olive groves. Virtual tour taken mid September 2012.
Tossals Verds - Mallorca visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Tossals Verds' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Balearic Islands.
Tossals Verds lies in the Serra de Tramuntana mountains in the Escorca municipality of Mallorca, quite close to Alaro and Inca. It is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site full of dramatic landscapes, historical ruins and rare wildlife. The estate covers 578-hectares and at the heart is the 1115m high Puig de Tosslas Verds mountain, surrounded by deep valleys and stunning limestone gorges. The area is very popular for walking and lies on the GR-221 trail that covers 162Km of track and road through the mountains. Just to the south of the mountain is the Refugi de Tossals Verds, a hiking hut and restaurant capable of sleeping about 30 people.
Refugi des Tossals Verds
GR-221 Trail and pdf guide.
Car: The entrance to Tossals Verds park is about 11km from Alaro on the Ma-2210 and then a country lane which becomes an unpaved path ending at a small car park at Clot d'Almdra. It is 13.5Km from Inca on the Ma-13A, Ma-2110 and then country lane.
Walk: Refugi des Tossals Verds is about a hour walk from the car park. It is about 9 hours walk from Muleta (GR-221 Stage 6) and 5 hours from Son Amer (GR-221 Stage 7).