‘British man’ falls to his death from a cliff while hiking in Majorca 2 min read

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‘British man’ falls to his death from a cliff while hiking in Majorca

  • At 7.15 pm on Sunday a group of Brits realised their companion was missing 
  • The group had been on a hike near the town of Deia on the Balearic island 
  • Firefighters discovered the man’s body in the Tramuntana mountains on Monday

The body of a man thought to be a missing British hiker has been found at the base of a cliff in Majorca.

Firefighters discovered his body in the Tramuntana mountains around 10am on Monday after a lengthy search which began on Sunday afternoon. 

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The alarm had been raised around 7.15 pm on Sunday evening when the man’s companions, described as a group of Brits, reached the end of their hike but discovered he was nowhere to be seen.  

File photo showing houses at Deia village in Majorca Tramuntana mountain of Balearic islands, Spain. A British man is believed to have slipped and fallen to his on Sunday evening

File photo showing houses at Deia village in Majorca Tramuntana mountain of Balearic islands, Spain. A British man is believed to have slipped and fallen to his on Sunday evening

Stock photo shows the port of Palma, de Mallorca in Spain. The body of a man thought to be a missing British hiker has been found at the base of a cliff on the Spanish island.

Stock photo shows the port of Palma, de Mallorca in Spain. The body of a man thought to be a missing British hiker has been found at the base of a cliff on the Spanish island.

He is thought to have gone missing after walking on ahead of the rest of the group in an area near the town of Deia known as Ses Singles de Son Rullan. 

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The group had been doing a mountain tour in the Valldemossa area, when it’s believed the man fell from a great height after he separated from the group.          

The search, which went on into the early hours of Monday morning, continued at first light today and involved a helicopter as well as rescue teams with sniffer dogs.

Local reports say the body is that of a British man aged 50, who is said to have fallen to his death after losing his footing and plunging over a cliff.

The Civil Guard, the force which has been coordinating the search operation, said on lunch-time Monday it was too early to make any comment about the man including his age and nationality. 

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