01Hiking and
Nordic Walking

This route, which is around 10 km long, starts and ends in Cala Agulla, a beautiful beach of fine sand and crystalline waters. Along the way one finds the Talaia de Son Jaumell, a coastal watchtower built in 1566 which was used as a signal telegraph in the late 19th century. From on high, one can contemplate a panoramic view of Es Gulló, Punta de Capdepera, Cala Rajada and Canyamel. The downward trip is via Cala Mesquida, a peaceful beach frequented by locals and people summering in the area, from where you follow the signs to return to Cala Agulla.

  • Description

    4 hours
    Cala Agulla | Talaia de Son Jaumell | Playa de Sa Mesquida | Coll de Marina | Cala Agulla