The so-called Cap des Pinar is one of the major capes of the island of Majorca. This is a publicly-owned property where we can enjoy wonderful views, walk in the woods, visit ancient watchtowers and discover some natural caves. In summer we can even take a bath. The route is cicular and the duration of the trip is about five hours and it has a moderate degree of difficulty.

We will start our hiking in the car park next to the chapel of the Victoria, to which we can reach by car. From there we will go to the Penya des Migdia, where we have spectacular views of the bay of Pollensa and Formentor headland. On our way we will cross a small tunnel and head towards the Mirador de Cap des Pinar. There's a rock shelter, and just beyond, the trail begins to take us back to the Penya des Migdia. On our way we will see a canyon of the seventeenth century.

Following the path we reach the Talaya of Alcúdia, where we found a watchtower. The path will lead us to the Coll de Baix and the Coll de Ses Fontanelles to get back to the hermitage of La Victoria, our destination.





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