The Sa Mola route begins in the municipality of Andratx and ends at the lighthouse at Cala Figuera. You will go along the south coast of the island of Mallorca, seeing a combination of the beaches and different cliffs that the area offers.
A very pleasant walk from the port in Andratx along the coast with very few slopes to trouble you. You will be able to enjoy the different cliffs and a huge variety of scenery, thanks to the pine trees and the fields of crops that look inland.
You will be able to travel through different resorts, such as Camp de Mar, Paguera, or even Santa Ponsa, where James I the Conqueror landed to retake the island of Mallorca, which was ruled by the Muslims, in 1229.
We will continue along our route until we come to the marina of Port Adriano where you will enjoy some beautiful views. Our final stretch brings us to the marine reserve of Toro, a unique and protected environment. We will travel along a stony path and come to the lighthouse at Cala Figuera, where we will have a panoramic view of the Bay of Palma and the south of Mallorca.
This lighthouse, one of the newest in the Islands, was built in 1974 to signal the entrance to the Port of Andratx.LEARN MORE
This is the only lighthouse whose flahses you can see from the aircraft flying into Mallorca at night due to its aeromaritime lantern.LEARN MORE
The Port d’Andratx is one of the best and most spectacular ports in the islands, surrounded by beautiful coves with clear water as Cala Llamp, Cala Moragues y Cala Egos. This modern...LEARN MORE
Camp de Mar is a small tourist resort of the andritxol coast, that it has the privilege of having one of the most beautiful beaches on Mallorca, for the transparency of its...LEARN MORE
Platja La Romana, Peguera Romana or Platja dels Morts is the smallest of the three beaches, together with Peguera Palmira and Peguera Torà, which form Peguera.LEARN MORE
This is a tower that is found at 180 m. above sea level. It is a type of cylindrical with a main chamber and a terrace on top.LEARN MORE
Since its creation as a marine (1974), Port Adriano stands out for its unique and strategic location, surrounded by areas of natural beauty in which to browse and water sports, as the...LEARN MORE
Platja de Santa Ponça is situated at seven kilometres from Calvià, between Punta des Castellot and Caló d’en Pellicer, and it forms a big bay.LEARN MORE
The offshore island Toro (Calvià, Mallorca) as the waters between it, is Clot des Moro and Cala Refeubetx have a high ecological value and fishing by habitat diversity of benthic and fish...LEARN MORE
The town of Santa Ponsa, in the municipality of Calvia, is one of the historical sites of Mallorca, and it was here that Jaume I planted its flag, and marked the beginning...LEARN MORE