Tramuntana ranked a favourite

The eastern mountain range ranks an impressive eighth out of all of Europe's Unesco World Heritage sites.

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THE Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is the third most popular Unesco World Heritage sites in Spain.

The Tramuntana mountains are becoming a European favourite

The rugged range falls only behind the Roman aqueduct of Segovia and the city of Sevilla itself, according to TripAdvisor users.

The Mallorca sierra ranks an impressive eighth out of ALL of Europe’s Unesco World Heritage sites.

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