Just over five kilometres long, this comprehensive route connects two of the island’s coasts, Llevant and Migjorn, tracing a vertical line that stretches from Es Pujols to Ca Marí. This route will take you through some contrasting landscapes. The crystal clear waters at the Es Pujols beach give way to the wild scenery at Migjorn and contrast with the rural nature of the inland pathways and roads. The itinerary also takes in some interesting heritage sites such as the dry docks in Es Pujols, the dry stone walls and the Es Pi des Català watchtower.
Your trip starts in the well-known holiday spot of Es Pujols, with its fishermen’s huts that transport us back to the not-too-distant past before the arrival of tourism. However, the main attraction is the fabulous white, sandy beach with its rocky formations and tiny islands scattered randomly in the sea. Travel southwards along roads far removed from the hustle and bustle of the summer crowds, through radiant, radically different countryside. Eventually you’ll arrive at Es Ca Marí, on the island’s other large sandy beach; the Migjorn beach. Close by you’ll find one of the four defensive towers, Es Pi des Català, which affords beautiful views over the island’s two promontories: Es Cap and the La Mola plateau.