Barranc de Biniaraix, Cornadors and S'Arrom

Grade: Difficult
Distance: 10.5 miles (17 kms)
Ascent: 900 metres, Descent 900 metres
Duration: Approximately 5-6 hours

View of the ancient olive terracesA well-earned rest at the top Ascent and descent of the Barranc walk The Barranc de Biniaraix is one of the most emblematic walks on the island of Mallorca.

As part of the route to the Monastery of Lluc, used by pilgrims since the 14th Century, it is also one of the oldest.

Starting from Biniaraix, the cobbled path works its way up, criss-crossing the Barranc (river gorge) in several places and we can see some striking cave formations along the way.
Just before reaching the L'Ofre farmhouse at the top of the Barranc de Biniaraix, the path veers off towards the Cornadors (horns).
When seen from a certain angle Cornadors Petit and Gran look like the horns of a bull. The summit of Cornadors - 3115 feet (950 metres) - offers some spectacular views down to Soller and to the sea beyond.

From here it's on down through the private finca of S'Arrom and back into Soller.

Price: 38€ per person, cash only, based on a minimum of 4 people, maximum 8. Price includes the fee to pass the S'Arrom estate. For larger groups please contact us directly.