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From s\'Almunia to Cap de ses Salines
The route passes via the Caló des Màrmols.
Excursions • Santanyí
The extreme south of Mallorca, surrounded by the Migjorn Marine Reserve, preserves one of the most extensive, non developed coastal areas of the island. The whole coast from Cala s'Almunia as far as the Colònia de Sant Jordi remains virgin, comprising one of the most attractive natural areas of Mallorca for walkers and nature lovers.
Both the route from Cala s'Almunia to Cap de ses Salines, which is described below, and the one from the ^ , described in another article, have inimitable scenery.
The path from Cala s'Almunia to Cap de ses Salines is 8 kilometres long. This can be covered in some three hours, plus resting time, and does not present great difficulties. The itinerary passes mainly through areas of cliffs, in contrast to that of the Cap de ses Salines to the Colònia de Sant Jordi, where sandy areas predominate.
At the beginning of the excursion the first point of interest is the Caló des Moro, a lovely unspoilt sandy beach surrounded by cliffs, just behind Cala s'Almunia. Following on Cala s'Almunia is to be found, a picturesque cove of great beauty with a few humble fishermen's huts.
Continuing along the coast, towards the southwest and following the signs that show the way, you soon reach the prehistoric village Ses Talaies des Bauç and shortly after you go by an abandoned cottage. At this point you must turn inland to try to find the cave of Drac and to enjoy the rural countryside made up of arable fields bordered by dry stone walls, "roter" huts and other ethnological elements. In the cliffs there are also fossil prints of the Myotragus, but like the cave of Drac, if you do not know the exact place, they are difficult to find.
Returning to the coast path you reach Cala Figuereta and then the Caló des Màrmols, one of the most beautiful points of the excursion, where you should stop. The cove stands out for the turquoise colour of its water that contrasts with the reddish cliffs that surround it.
Throughout the trip it is interesting to notice the capricious forms and cavities sculpted by the marine erosion in the calcareous rocks of the cliffs, such as Es Pontàs or the Cova de sa Plana, and also to see the ancient quarries where the Santanyí stone was extracted, and used in the construction of large buildings all over the island.
After the Caló des Màrmols you cross the dry stream bed Torrent d'en Barragot and from there as far as the Cap de ses Salines the terrain descends gently. The imposing figure of the Cap de Ses Salines lighthouse, which now houses a coastal research station IMEDEA, indicates the end of the excursion.
One of the most typical and spectacular excursions on Mallorca.
The puig del Teix (1064 m) is one of the most emblematic mountains on Mallora. The summit belongs to the municipality of Deià, although the main mass is shared between Deià, Valldemossa, Sóller and Bunyola. The name of the mountain comes from the Mallorcan name for the European Conifer, the Ewe (Taxus baccata), a species that used to be frequent in the area, and a few still remain.
Like many other geographical accidents on the islands, the Teix is considered to be magical. If the Galatzó is the bewitched and phantasmagorical mountain, the Teix is the enchanted mountain, with a great power of attraction. Its magnetism has been the source of inspiration for many artists and writers, such as Robert Graves, who used to live on the slopes of the Tex, in ca n\'Alluny, and was extremely fond of the mountain.
The ascent up the Teix is one of the most typical and spectacular excursions on Mallorca. There are many routes leading up to the summit, but here we describe the route that starts and finishes in Valldemossa, ascending via the Pouet plain and descending via the forest refuge Son Moragues.
The excursion starts by going up the stone steps on the left-hand side of the old public school in Valldemossa that leads to the extreme north west of the Archduke housing estate. At the end of the steps, turning right and then left and left again, finally right, the cart track is found that goes up to the Pouet plain, next to the entrance of the son Gual property.
The stone path ascends steeply up to a metal gate that has to be crossed via wooden steps. Five minutes later, turning a few metres towards the left, the Abeurada fountain can be seen, in an area where old charcoal burners huts and "sitges" (circular plots called where charcoal was burnt) can be seen. Returning to the path rising steeply and after some 30 minutes you reach the dry-stone wall that borders the Pouet plain. At this point you must continue the path on the right, leaving the path on the left that goes north. Continuing uphill, you cross the "paso de en Miquel" and reach the two lookout points over Valldemossa, the "Mirador de la Regata de les Onze" and the "Mirador de ses Basses", both on the right hand side a few metres away. Following the stone path, some fifteen minutes after the "Mirador de ses Basses", pay special attention to the covered Fontanelles water deposit, on the left of the path, a few metres down. Following via the Artiges plain, you leave the Holm Oak wood and link up with the Archiduque path, which borders the cliffside offering inimitable views over the Deià coast.
On reaching the so-called Racó Perdut, you must leave the Archduke path and turn left to start the ascent to the summit of the Teix. The crossroads is found by the pile of stones. Passing via the Serp plain without much difficulty in half an hour you reach the summit where there is a Trig. Point. The views over the Tramuntana range, the north coast and the Bay of Palma are spectacular.
The descent is carried out via the same side of the summit and a little before returning to the Serp plain, turn a few metres to the right to visit the Serp fountain. Returning and continuing the descent from the summit take the Archduke path that leads to the refuge and the Son Moragues snow hut. As from here the route becomes a forest path and descends steeply in zig zags via the Vairats valley, passing through the rest area of the Polls fountain and numerous charcoal areas with examples of the ancient forest activities such as charcoal burner huts and lime kilns.
After climbing over a wooden gate, the descent continues among olive trees and just before reaching a fork towards the houses of La Coma, you must turn right, going through an iron gate. Continuing towards the west you reach the starting point of the excursion in the Archduke housing estate.
From Deià to Sóller
The Castelló and Rost paths. Excursions
The Castelló and Rost paths used to be the connection between Deià and Sóller until the construction of the present road. The route also joined the different houses in the area: Son Coll, Can Miquelet, Can Prohom, Son Micó, Can Carabasseta, l'Heretat...
It is a path for all kinds of walkers, that can be carried out in just over two hours, covering a distance of some 8 kilometres. The itinerary has signs showing the way that starts between the kilometre-stone 60,200 and 60,300 on the road C-710, approximately 10 minutes walk after Deià towards Llucalcari. The first metres of the track go via stone steps, leading into a tarmacked street that crosses a housing estate. The stone path is found again on the left, following the indications, rising gently between pines and olive trees. After the first metres of ascent a spectacular view is discovered overlooking the Deià and Llucalcari coast, and continues ascending until the group of Son Coll houses (C.XIII). Once past this point the path descends slightly until the fork that joins a few metres away with the Font de Son Coll or Ses Mentides. Returning to the Castelló path and once more ascending you cross a tarmacked area and continue up and down through a Spanish oak grove reaching the Can Prohom olive grove, the highest point of the excursion. Here you will notice particularly the threshing site called Pi de l'Ensaïmada referring to the round snail's shell shape of the Mallorcan ensaimada bun of the dried wall terracing it is on, and also the spectacular views over Soller.
Immediately, starting the descent towards Soller, the Son Micó houses are found and the ruin Castelló chapel. The Castelló path joins this point with the Rost path and continues crossing small properties with olive trees. The stone path descends sharply in a zig-zag, goes over one of the Soller railway tunnels and ends at the Pla d'en Bieleta. Shortly afterwards you reach the first houses on the outskirts of Soller, with orange groves, and the route ends at the C-711 road, a few metres from the petrol station.
Natural area humanised by the ancient Trappist monks.
Excursions • Andratx
La Trapa is a property with great cultural and environmental interest, situated in the extreme south west of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, overlooking sa Dragonera island, in the municipality of Andratx.
The name of La Trapa originates from the Trappist monks who settled in the area in 1810, escaping from the French Revolution. During their brief stay of about 10 years, as well as the small monastery, the Trappists built stone terraces with a complete water system that permitted the transformation of the slopes in the area, previously known as the Valle de Sant Josep, into a space for cultivation and habitation. Later, La Trapa passed through different hands and the buildings and terraces were extended, transforming them into a property dedicated to agriculture, until well into the XX century, when the property was abandoned and left to ruin.
In 1980 the GOB acquired the Trapa natural reserve via popular subscription and took over the recovery and reforesting, particularly after the unfortunate fire that razed the whole vegetation in 1994. Nowadays the natural area is dedicated mainly to the preservation of nature, investigation, rambling and environment education.
There are three paths to La Trapa. The most frequented way, known as the Forest Route, starts some 150 metres after the s\'Arracó cemetery and passes via the Collet de La Trapa. There is another path from Sant Elm, which goes via the Cami de Can Tomeuví and continues along a steep narrow path that goes along the coast and offers some extraordinary views over Cala en Basset and its tower, with sa Dragonera island on the horizon. Finally the third route starts at kilometre 3.4 on the road between Andratx and Estellencs, going via the Coll de Sa Gramola and the Cap Fabioler viewpoint. The ideal route if possible is to go via the Coll de Sa Gramola and descend via the Camí de Can Tomeuví.
As for a visit to La Trapa, as well as natural elements such as the cliffs, the vegetation and the birds, special attention should be paid to the buildings and their surroundings, the water drainage, the mill, the threshing area and the vantage viewpoint.
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