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A shame that this area will soon be ruined by another large hotel complex...

...please let the locals know that you support them in keeping this area authentic, small and... read more

Reviewed October 4, 2018
Laura O
Pleasant walk to the Torre

Group from hotel walked up to the Torre. It's nothing special and sealed up. If you are capable of... read more

Reviewed June 15, 2018
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Reviewed July 5, 2013

Very easy to walk there, and can see a wonderful sunset and walk on the stony seaside. You can even see spain from there. It's just a 15 min walk from centre of Portinatx.

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Reviewed June 3, 2013

We enjoyed the walk to the Torre de Portinatx, marvelling at the beaches, the coves and the other hotels. Not much to see once we were but an enjoyable walk back.

Thank OlaDays
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Reviewed October 27, 2012

Nice swimming location and at low tide you can walk to the island and swim and explore the caves The bar plays tunes and has deck chairs for hire.

Thank HelenaHD
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Reviewed October 22, 2012

For all it's supposed to be important there is little in the way of description when you get there!
Not even any signs telling you how to get there!
The only sign there is is hidden in a bush!
I found the building itself pretty inpressive, but would have enjoyed it more had I known what I was looking at and what it did and who used it!
I found the nearby abandoned part built hotel more interesting!

Thank Tony_n_Stacey
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Reviewed September 16, 2012

Went on a guided walk from Hotel Presidente to this location which can be viewed from the hotel. The walk took about 25 minutes from the hotel using footpaths around the little bay and up some made up roads by some hotels before going on to steeper unmade tracks into scrubland which partly overlooked the coast. The Tower was reached by a slightly steeper incline and it is possible to walk mostly all round the outside but it is boarded up for safety reasons and to protect its 16th century fabric. If you go beyond the tower and through the ruins of an unfinished hotel you can view the next bay and beach which claims its fame as the location of the filming of South Pacific many years ago. Walk is worth it for that view alone!

2  Thank Margaret P
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