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Canyon de la Calobra

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Canyon de la Calobra

402 Reviews
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Mike wrote a review Sep 2020
65 contributions17 helpful votes
We went originally to enquire about doing the blue gorge as you end up in the same place but we could not find the starting point etc . Anyway it’s a brilliant drive to get here over the mountains through tunnels and switchback roads ( the drive is a good experience ) there is a few stopping points for photos if that’s your sort of thing , it took us 1.5 hours from magaluf , the parking is 15 euro if you stop the full day , it’s about a 15 minute walk from the car park down hill to the small beach , there are a couple of shops near the car park if you want to get a fresh bottle of water for the day they also do sell food but with the COVID there not at full trade . It’s a nice walk through the caves following the footpath then you will come to the bottom of the gorge surrounded by a pebble beach you may have to walk through a shallow patch of water into the pebbles then you will see the opening into the cove if clear turquoise water of the sea and at the side of it find the mountain water running into the sea , there is a like a lake the mountain water has made people are swimming in there too as well as the sea . The beach itself is tiny it’s not really a place to stay for the day it gets over crowded very quickly and a lot of people are the locals who swim here , the pebbly beach makes it uncomfortable to relax all day , it’s a lovely place and I’d say a must visit for the experience of it and you get some cracking photos , remember were in the COVID times and police are present between the beach and carpark enforcing the mask rule and now as of Monday the smoking law came in on the island of Mallorca so no cigs either I must stress I went on a Saturday the roads through the mountain were full of cyclists and motorbikes so do proceed with caution on the bends in the road
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Date of experience: September 2020
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almip wrote a review Oct 2019
Chorley, United Kingdom166 contributions103 helpful votes
Travelled this road on a coach! Fantastic scenery and we were told 800 bends! Unbelievable how the drivers get those big coaches round those small hairpin bends! Wouldn’t advise the ride to anyone who gets carsick though!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Pam Dudson wrote a review Sep 2019
12 contributions4 helpful votes
Lovely place - found it fascinating and peaceful. A long drive though. May be better to go by boat. It's a ravine or canyon with outlet to see. Beach is probably.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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E. S. wrote a review Aug 2019
Milan, Italy85 contributions73 helpful votes
Loved the view of the enchanted beach and all the travel to get there by car. It's one of the most interesting things we did in Mallorca. Recommended visiting
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Traveller wrote a review Jul 2019
Scotland, United Kingdom406 contributions65 helpful votes
The road to Sa Calobra is absolutely stunning and worth travelling. The views if it is not too hazy are magnificent and at the end of the road one can park the car and walk to the little port of Sa Calobra. Plenty of small restaurants there to have a coffee or a refreshing drink. It is also a destination for quite a view tour buses, so it can be busy.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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