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All reviews the main road cobbled path well worth the effort steep walk amazing views walking boots worth the climb great hike sensible shoes beautiful walk car park cafe restaurant excellent trip interesting history rough road small museum early in the morning
We first discovered the Puig on a family holiday in 2003 and have visited it numerous times since. We loved it so much that we laid my Father's (who loved it) ashes here in 2017 so he could eternally rest in such a peaceful and...More
Climb every mountain they said! Well, this isn’t a real mountain, but Puig de Maria is a high, tough climb to the top, via winding steep roads and cobbles, through trees and passing goats, other walkers and seeing the most beautiful views along the way....More
Easy to get to the starting point of this walk - it is around 10 mins walk from Pollensa bus station. Take care when crossing the main road towards the mountain. Try to go when the surface is dry as it can be slippy on...More
Strenuous with two young children and two buggies but we did it! The zig zag path eases the gradient for the most part but the final few hundred yards is much steeper, of rough cobble stones and slippery after rain or a heavy dew so...More
It's a steep climb, whether from the town or from the top of the road, leaving a 15-20 minute hike up fairly rough cobbled steps, but well worth it when you reach the top. It's well kempt and atmospheric. You really feel you deserve your...More
We’ve climbed to the top of the Puig at least once on each occasion we’ve visited Pollença. It’s not for the faint hearted especially if you are not the fittest as it’s a tough old climb especially if you go in the summer months and...More
Myself and my husband and our daughter with her family attempted the climb this morning. Even though it was very hard for myself and my husband who has knee replacements, from much encouragement from our son in law and both grandchildren we reached the top!!!...More
We took the opportunity to break up our relaxing holiday centred around the pool to hike to the monastery one morning.
Its an excellent trip that's well worth the effort, with amazing views of old town Pollenca and across to the coast. If you take...More
I haven’t been in October but since most bars and restaurants stay open in Pollença and the Port till the end of October I’d imagine it will be open. It’s definitely a more comfortable time weather wise to climb. Enjoy!
It is possible to get 1/2 to 3/4 up a very steep climb but the latter part is not as it is unmade and uneven surface followed by cobbles. If you took the bike you would be pushing or carrying it, not recommended although l... More
It is possible to get 1/2 to 3/4 up a very steep climb but the latter part is not as it is unmade and uneven surface followed by cobbles. If you took the bike you would be pushing or carrying it, not recommended although l did see come cyclists tackling it.