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cami de cavalls

STAGE 2: FORNELLS / CALA TIRANT to CAVALLERÍA/BINIMEL-LÀ: Min. 6,5km – Max.13 km

Departure at 09:00am from Mahón Bus Station to:

  • 1st Stop CALA TIRANT (Playa de Fornells)
  • 2nd optional Stop FORNELLS

Meeting Point for return bus:

  • 1st Stop CAVALLERIA, pick-up at 05:00pm in the parking area of the beach of Cavallería
  • 2nd Stop, BINIMEL-LÀ, pick-up at 05:20pm in the parking area of Binimel•là beach

Highlights:

  • The following beaches: Cala Tirant, Cavallería, Cala Mica, Binimel•là and Pregonda
  • Of archaeological interest: Port and Roman town of Sanisera, Sanitja defense tower
  • The Cavallería Lighthouse, exterior zone

This hike route begins in Cala Tirant and runs through one of the best conserved areas of the island’s coastline that has been declared a Site of Community Importance and has great biodiversity and great ornithological interest. For hikers who prefer to visit and start from the fishing village of Fornells, the minibus will make an optional stop.

STAGE 2: FORNELLS / CALA TIRANT to CAVALLERÍA/BINIMEL-LÀ: Min. 6,5km – Max.13 km

Departure at 09:00am from Mahón Bus Station to:

  • 1st Stop CALA TIRANT (Playa de Fornells)
  • 2nd optional Stop FORNELLS

Meeting Point for return bus:

  • 1st Stop CAVALLERIA, pick-up at 05:00pm in the parking area of the beach of Cavallería
  • 2nd Stop, BINIMEL-LÀ, pick-up at 05:20pm in the parking area of Binimel•là beach

Highlights:

  • The following beaches: Cala Tirant, Cavallería, Cala Mica, Binimel•là and Pregonda
  • Of archaeological interest: Port and Roman town of Sanisera, Sanitja defense tower
  • The Cavallería Lighthouse, exterior zone
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This hike route begins in Cala Tirant and runs through one of the best conserved areas of the island’s coastline that has been declared a Site of Community Importance and has great biodiversity and great ornithological interest. For hikers who prefer to visit and start from the fishing village of Fornells, the minibus will make an optional stop.

This route stands out for the humid areas of Binimel•là, the Basses de Lluriac (extensive wetland) and, a short distance away from the Camí de Cavalls, the possibility of visiting the port of Sanitja (archaeological site of the ancient Roman city) that was first a military camp and then the “Civitas de Sanisera” city.

Another close destination that we can not miss is the Cavalleria lighthouse, erected in 1857 on its spectacular cliffs over 80 meters high.

Along the hike route that runs through one of the steepest and most unspoiled areas of the north coast, you find the beaches of Tirant, Cavalleria, Mica and Binimel•là where there are two systems of dunes that host important plant communities.

You can reach the beach of Pregonda, one of the most beautiful in the north by adding 1.5 km of walking to the route, then return to the parking area of Binimel-là beach for the return journey with your bus to Mahón.

This route stands out for the humid areas of Binimel•là, the Basses de Lluriac (extensive wetland) and, a short distance away from the Camí de Cavalls, the possibility of visiting the port of Sanitja (archaeological site of the ancient Roman city) that was first a military camp and then the “Civitas de Sanisera” city.

Another close destination that we can not miss is the Cavalleria lighthouse, erected in 1857 on its spectacular cliffs over 80 meters high.

Along the hike route that runs through one of the steepest and most unspoiled areas of the north coast, you find the beaches of Tirant, Cavalleria, Mica and Binimel•là where there are two systems of dunes that host important plant communities.

You can reach the beach of Pregonda, one of the most beautiful in the north by adding 1.5 km of walking to the route, then return to the parking area of Binimel-là beach for the return journey with your bus to Mahón.

When do you want to go?

Check the available dates and book your Cami de Cavalls stage online.

STAGE 1: SA MESQUIDA/ES GRAU to FAVARITX/ PORT ADDAIA: Min. 9km – Max. 24,5 km

Highlights:

  • The beaches of: Sa Mesquida, Es Grau, Playa Tortuga, Cala Presili.
  • Of archaeological interest: Defence tower of Sa Mesquida and Torreta.
  • Fishing village Es Grau and Favàritx lighthouse (black slate landscape).
  • Bird watching in the Natural Park of S’Albufera de’s Grau.

STAGE 2: FORNELLS / CALA TIRANT to CAVALLERÍA/ BINIMEL-LÀ: Min. 6,5km - Max.13 km

Highlights:

  • The following beaches: Cala Tirant, Cavallería, Cala Mica, Binimel•là and Pregonda.
  • Of archaeological interest: Port and Roman town of Sanisera, Sanitja defense tower.
  • The Cavallería Lighthouse, exterior zone.

STAGE 3: CALA PILAR to CALA MORELL/ PUNTA NATI: Min. 17km- Max. 24 km

Highlights:

  • The beaches of: Cala Pilar, Es Macar d’Alfurí, La Vall and Algaiarens, Cala Morell.
  • Of historical interest: bunkers of Algaiarens, Necropolis and Caves of Cala Morell.
  • Discover the popular la (Camomile of Menorca).
  • Lighthouse of Punta Nati, exterior área.

STAGE 4: SON XORIGUER to CALA GALDANA: Min. 15 km- Max. 31 km

Highlights:

  • Lighthouse of Cap d’Artrutx.
  • The beaches of: Son Saura, Cala Es Talaier, Cala en Turqueta, Macarella and Macarelleta.
  • Visit of interest: Cova des Pardals, Bunker of Son Saura; Cala Galdana.

STAGE 5: CALA GALDANA to SANTO TOMÁS/ ES MIGJORN GRAN: Min. 11 km - Max. 15,5 km

Highlights:

  • The beaches of: Cala Galdana, Cala Mitjana, Cala Trebalúger, Cala Fustam, Cala Escorxada and Binigaus.
  • The “Cathedral” or Des Coloms Cave, a stunning natural cave 24m high and 110m deep.
  • The Talayotic settlement of San Agustí, Cova Pulida (temporarily closed)
  • Binigaus ravine and Sa Cova.

STAGE 6: SON BOU/ CALA EN PORTER to CALA EN PORTER/ ES CANUTELLS: Min. 8 km- Max. 13.5 km

Highlights:

  • The beaches of: Son Bou, Cala Llucalaritx, Cala en Porter and Cales Coves.
  • Of historical interest: Paleochristian Basilica of Son Bou, Rocks Llises, prehistoric town of Torre de’n Galmés, prehistoric caves of Cales Coves.