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The road itself is not so exciting: it's just going up in a twisted way. But the view on the top worth it. From the recreation area you can already see the biggest part of the Formentor peninsular. But if you continue to go down...More
Our lodging in Pollenca has a direct view of the monastery atop the mountain so we had to investigate. We read about the climb up the trail and how long it takes and we also read about the food, but no mention of the Paella...More
If you are not fit, you will find this walk extremely difficult! The walk back down is almost as hard as the walk up due to the uneven, loose rocks during the last 15 mins to the top. We took some cat biscuits and at...More
The walk starts on a tarmac route zig zagging up the hill. It’s fairly steep but manageable for all levels of fitness. About 15 minutes from the top the tarmac changes to a cobbled stone path that is quite tricky and could be very sloppy...More
Walk took around 40 minutes from the base of the hill to the Santuari de la Mare de Déu des Puig at the summit (around 50 minutes from the centre of Pollença). Quite steep in places with slightly uneven footing towards the top. The summit...More
It took us around an hour to climb up (we're fairly fit) and we were taking our time capturing the sights as we ascended. Fantastic views once a the top, and a small monastery with cafe and rooms to let if required! Despite the effort...More