The Serra de Tramuntana is the highest mountain range and the most extensive natural area on Mallorca, representing a zone of great ecological value. The range is approximately 90 km long, running from the cape of Formentor in Pollença to the cape of Sa Mola in Andratx, with an average width of 15 km. It runs from south west to north east and 12 km2 of the range lies above 1,000 m, where there is an average of 14 days of snowfall per year. The highest peaks on Mallorca are found in the central section of the range, with Puig Major (1,447 m), Massanella (1,352 m), Tossals Verds (1,115 m) and Puig Tomir (1,103 m). These mountains occupy most of the land space within the municipalities ofBanyalbufar, Bunyola, Deià, Escorca, Esporles, Estellencs, Fornalutx, Mancor de la Vall, Pollença, Puigpunyent, Selva, Sóller and Valldemossa, as well as taking up a significant portion of the surface area of the municipalities of Alaró, Alcúdia, Calvià, Campanet, Lloseta, Palma de Mallorca and Santa Maria del Camí.