The Soller side of Mallorca with its old fruit train over the mountains to the little town and neighbouring Port De Soller accessed by the local tram.
With its ancient streets, restaurants and hotels that are incredibly authentic to local produce, it's no wonder it's busy nearly all year round.
It doesn't take much, a good pair of boots and maybe a loaded carbo meal the night before, to get off the beaten track onto the GR221.
Even managed to find a mountain restaurant offering goat and lamb at Es Verger, I believe a Rick Stein favourite.
My only hope is that the locals don't mind us all descending onto what could be one of Europes best spots.