Porto Pí Lighthouse – Cap Blanc Lighthouse – Stage 2
Stage 2: Portitxol – Cap Blanc Lighthouse
Discovering the fishing villages of the city of Palma de Mallorca, Portitxol and El Molinar, will be a reality on this stretch of the route and we will walk along the long promenade to get acquainted with the city’s urban beaches, such as Ciudad Jardín, Playa de Palma, and S’Arenal before coming to the cliffs that will take you to Cap Blanc Lighthouse.
You are not only going to discover the city center of Palma Mallorca, but you are going to discover one of the districts most beloved by all residents of Palma de Mallorca: Portitxol and El Molinar, two traditional fishing villages with lots of charm and tradition.
You are also going to pass through the city’s different urban beaches, such as Ciudad Jardín and Playa de Palma—which has a long history of tourism and many hotels for the tourists that visit Mallorca year after year—, before coming to the yacht club at S’Arenal. Then we will go deep into a different zone, full of coves such as Cala Blava, and then pass through an area full of cliffs where you will be able to enjoy a panoramic view of Bahía de Palma and a beautiful sunset before coming to one of the most authentic lighthouses, Cap Blanc Lighthouse, which rises 90 meters above sea level.
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