Dive into the best routes in Mallorca

11/05/2017

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If there is one thing that this island has, it´s the magical hidden nooks and crannies. From the most spectacular coves, to the spots in the mountains with views across the whole island.

At Costa Azul hotel on the Bay of Palma, we can show you the routes that really are worth it if you´re in Mallorca.

Sa Foradada

Not only is this one of the trips that you absolutely cannot miss when in Mallorca, it´s also perfect for the whole family. We start in the house museum of son Marroig and then head to the beautiful Sa Foradada viewpoint. Further on is little Guix beach, and if we follow the path, we end up in Caló de s´Estaca, a unique old fishermen´s haven.

El Castell del Rei

The perfect day trip for a Sunday! We’ll start our walk from the town of Pollença, wandering around the “Cases” of Ternelles, a place with plenty of history. Further on we will come across the Cel la Nova to get to the Castell del Rei, where we can enjoy exploring Roman ruins with spectacular views.

La Ermita de Betlem

The Ermita (chapel) is one of the prettiest spots at this time of year; nestled in the middle of a valley surrounded by oak and pine trees. We’ll start our journey at the Colònia de Sant Pere crossroads, where we come across the houses of Betlem and their 23 metre-deep well. Here, we’ll find the Ermita.

Cala Deia

This is another family trip so it´s perfect for the little ones. We’ll visit the old public baths, and go down the stairs into the Can Boi shelter. Continuing on, we’ll see the Font des Molí, a natural fountain flowing out of the wall. After following the Camí de Sa Pesta we end up at the cove: perfect for a refreshing dip.