Sierra de Tramontana , also Serra de Tramuntana ( Spanish: Sierra de Tramontana , Cat. Serra de Tramuntana ) - a mountain range stretching along the northwestern coast of Mallorca , the largest of the Balearic Islands in Spain . The territory of the mountains approximately coincides with the region of the same name (mosquito) of the province of the Balearic Islands .
|Sierra de Tramontana|
|Spanish Sierra de Tramontana , cat. Serra de tramuntana|
Mount Puig Major
|Highest peak||Puig Major|
|Highest point||1445 m|
|World Heritage Site|
|Nahanni national park reserve|
|Link||No. 1371 on the World Heritage List|
|Criteria||ii, vi, v|
|Region||Europe and North America|
|Turning on||2011 ( 35th session )|
The highest point of the Sierra de Tramontana, Mount Puig Mayor (1,445 meters), is also the highest point of the Balearic Islands. The second highest mountain of Tramuntana is Puig de Massanella (1364 meters). The climate of the Tramontana mountain range is more humid compared to the rest of the island of Mallorca. During the winter months, there may be snow on the tops of the mountains.
On June 27, 2011, the mountain range was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List .