In summer, tourists flock to Mallorca for its beaches and bays. This time of year, we came to Mallorca for its mountains. The Tramuntana range runs for 90 kilometers (56 miles) along Mallorca’s northern coast, reaching heights of 1,445 meters (3,757 feet) above the sea. After staying in the village of Valldemossa, in the middle of the Tramuntana, we moved northeast to the town of Pollenca near the far end of the range. There we had two wonderful mountain excursions: a hike through a rocky landscape of sheep and wild goats to the blue waters of a little cove called Cala Boquer and a drive along the breathtaking heights of Cape Formentor to the northern tip of Mallorca.