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ALARÓ Towers, castles and defensive walls With one foot in the Tramuntana mountains and the other in Mallorca’s Raiguer area, the town of Alaró’s history is closely interlinked with Puig d’Alar See Municipality
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ANDRATX This municipality lies at the westernmost point of the Tramuntana mountains. See Municipality
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BANYALBUFAR The town of Banyalbufar is a prime exponent of irrigated crop-growing activities on hillside terraces in the Tramuntana mountains, a practice that dates back to Islamic times. See Municipality
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BUNYOLA Traditionally Bunyola has acted as a link between Palma and the Tramuntana mountains. Age-old roads all converge here from Sóller, Orient, Valldemossa and Palma. See Municipality
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CALVIÀ After the Christian conquest of Mallorca, the lands granted to the Bishop of Barcelona, Berenguer de Palou, were colonized and, during King Sancho’s reign, a court was established there under the c See Municipality
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CAMPANET Back in ancient times, early settlers inhabited the rich plains at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains, crossed by fast-flowing torrents that come down the mountain slopes and ravines. See Municipality
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DEIÀ The Deià countryside combines to form a privileged backdrop, with a superb mix of natural and historical heritage. See Municipality
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ESCORCA Numerous civilizations have lent their mountains sacred connotations, conferring an aura of mysticism, tradition, culture and mystery on their spiritual centres. See Municipality
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ESPORLES The town of Esporles has close social and historical ties with Banyalbufar. The valley and pass are the gateway to ancient networks of paths, in addition to today’s roads. See Municipality
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ESTELLENCS The village of Estellencs grew up around an old stables, and its medieval legacies can still be seen. See Municipality
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FORNALUTX With its mountainous terrain, this municipality is perhaps the best example of how to make optimum use of the natural landscape by building hillside terraces and how to take advantage of woodland a See Municipality
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LLOSETA Lloseta’s first settlers were forced to occupy Es Morull and Es Pujant, the rocky slopes of Puig de Lloseta peak, because the lowlands were owned by the nobility. See Municipality
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MANCOR DE LA VALL The valley of Mancor de la Vall is in Mallorca’s Raiguer area, although its lands and people all form part of the Tramuntana mountains, sheltered by the Tossals and Massanella massifs. See Municipality
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PALMA The Tramuntana mountains are represented in the municipality of Palma by a series of elevations, like Puig de Canet, Mola de Sarrià, Serra de Canyar and Serra de Bunyolí, separated from Serra de Na See Municipality
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POLLENÇA This northernmost municipality in the Tramuntana mountains stands out for its long coastline and physical geography full of contrasts. See Municipality
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PUIGPUNYENT The town of Puigpunyent and hamlet of Galilea are the oldest original settlements in this municipality. See Municipality
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SANTA MARIA The original settlement that later led to the development of Santa Maria is thought to have been built in Coanegra gorge, due to its fertile soil, available water and good communication links. See Municipality
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SELVA Throughout the Middle Ages, small rural settlements grew up on the site of the original farmsteads into which the Selva area was divided.  See Municipality
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SÓLLER Each successive era has left its imprint on Sóller and a stroll through its streets and squares conjures up images of the past. See Municipality
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VALLDEMOSSA Valldemossa is a village of medieval origins nestling in a valley and known for its fertile soil and picturesque charm. See Municipality