Come and understand why the Serra
de Tramuntana is a World
Cultural Heritage Site.



Es Seregalls is a family-run farm in the unique setting of the Serra de Tramuntana, in Es Marroigs, in Fornalutx. Respect for our olive trees and our terraces and the desire to continue the work of our ancestors have made it possible to preserve an integrated and sustainable space. Now we would like to share it with visitors who are sensitive to this way of life.



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The valley of Sóller is located in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Cultural Landscape category in 2011.

This recognition values the almost perfect symbiosis between man and nature, which has allowed the creation of a favourable environment adapted to the terrain and the abundant rainfall through the system of terraces characteristic of our landscape.

Fornalutx, our municipality, is a usual stop on hiking routes. Its cobbled streets, citrus orchards and mountain olive groves make it a place of special scenic and architectural interest. It was awarded by The Most Beautiful Villages in Spain Association in 1997 and won the Alzina Prize of the GOB (Balearic Group for Ornithology and the Defence of Nature) in 1995.

The Estate

What will you see?

The visit

Our proposal is an experience that you can only find in the Serra de Tramuntana, the only place in the world where our olive variety is grown. We offer you the opportunity to share moments with living beings that are more than a thousand years old.

We have carefully designed a route where every detail has its reason for being, where you will be able to perceive things that you do not have time to see on a day-to-day basis. We want your stay to become one of the best memories of your visit to the Serra de Tramuntana.

Who is the visit suitable for?

  1. For people of all ages who are sensitive to the environment.
  2. For curious people who want to know more about the environment and the origins of our landscape.
  3. For people who appreciate local produce.
  4. For those interested in the history of our margers and our culture of rainwater use.
  5. For lovers of olive oil tourism.

  6. The route is designed to be done on foot. It is not recommended for people with reduced mobility, although there are various rest points along the way.
  7. We remind you that the visit takes place in an agricultural area in full exploitation. Please respect the signposting and restricted access areas.

How is it structured?

With information.

Our visit is divided into three main groups of contents which are accompanied by other complementary ones: olive groves, stone construction and traditional tools. Panels integrated into the surroundings guide the visitor along the route in different languages. In the case of group visits, we offer the possibility of hiring a guide.

With taste.

Each visitor can enjoy a varied tasting of local products adapted to seasonal products, depending on the season of the year. Although our oil and our well-known olives are never lacking. This tasting can be adapted for vegetarians or people with food allergies. There is a section for comments in the reservation questionnaire.

With adapted content.

We understand our project as a means of dissemination, which is why we have developed complementary content adapted for visits by school groups.

With pause.

The free visit offers a series of spaces to take a break and taste our products or simply observe the landscape.

With respect.

The world of agriculture requires perseverance and appreciation, these being fundamental values during the visit. We want to return the same consideration that we ask of our guests through the constant challenge of improving this experience, which we will be continually updating on our website.

With scheduled activities.

For the 22nd we propose an interesting workshop to make your own traditional "Herbes Mallorquines". Our friends at Licors Tramuntana have carefully collected the aromatic herbs and have made a wonderful aniseed in their distillery to carry out this workshop.

variedades antiguas

Timetables and prices

It is recommended to book in advance to ensure availability.


Visit by appointment and with audio guide (adapted for mobile devices).

Monday to Friday. Closed on public holidays.

Saturdays, consult availability.

Opening hours:

There are different entry shifts. Each shift will have a maximum of 15 people.

From October to May: 10 am / 12 noon / 2 pm

From June to September: 9 am / 11 am


Adults:18 euros

Children up to 12 years old:10 euros

Children under 5 years old:Free of charge.



Guided tours for groups.

Please consult prices and conditions by e-mail.

Opening hours:

Tuesdays and Thursdays

From October to May: 11 am / 2 pm

From June to September: 9 am / 11 am


Return policy

The organiser will give at least two hours notice when weather conditions prevent the visit.

Guests have the option of cancelling their bookings with a minimum of three days notice.

Refunds will be made between the 1st and 10th of the month following the booking date (to the account from which payment was made).


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When you want to come?

Visiting time

No hours available


Reservation data

12 abril 2024_ 14:00h

Unauthorized quota for this schedule


Children (5-12 years)

Babies (0-4 years)



Client data

12 abril 2024_ 14:00h_ 1 adulto, 1 niño

Where we are

Es Seregalls
Sa Vinya Vella d´Amunt
Camí de Monnàber
Fornalutx 07109

How to get

Soller - Fornalutx - Finca

Son Torrella - Portell de Sa Costa - Finca