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A lot of people miss this amazing spot ...take the road UP the mountain opposite the viewing spot. It brings you up a winding and scary road to a viewing point and turret. Easy enough to climb up the turret. Views - amazing!
It1s a great place you can actually climb up to the tower if you're not faint-hearted as the ladder is on the outside wall for the first part of the climb. Good thing is very few people go all the way up there due to...More
Location that offers great views to the Formentor peninsula on one side and Port de Pollenca, Alcudia and east part of Mallorca on other side. You can reach the tower by car taking mountain road from Mirador Es Colomer. Other option is that you park...More
Follow the signs to Formentor, stop at the view point- the road between Puerto Pollensa and the view point is windy with a few hair pins. It’s is a fine road though with a white line in the middle. We were nervous about this drive...More
The ascent to the torre is a good cycling challenge. (Ok, so it's not Sa Calobra). Just turn right at the Mirador es Colomer and keep going up. The road quality decreases so be careful on the descent but the climb up is well worth...More
Hire a car, drive to Port De Pollenca, drive a bit further following signs for Formentor. Enjoy the short drive up to the viewing area (and stop and enjoy the views at the viewing area) then take the road directly opposite the viewing area. A...More
For us it is a mandatory stop on the way to Cap de Formentor, the views are fantastic, you can see the cliffs and the blue sea, even though it is always very crowded up there. You can enjoy a deep peace that only the...More
Ended up here by accident. I just gate heights so when we hit the road up my eyes were closed!
At the top we got out and walked along the path to the summit. Must own up, half way up Igot jellied legs and durrendered!...More