Stone plays a starring role along this section, as the path is particularly rocky. It is relatively easy to cover, however, because the profile is quite flat and only varies when passing small gorges dug into the rocks that lead to the sea. An example if this is Cap de Bajolí, where abundant coastal vegetation grows in the stony ground. Some of the most attractive flowering plants can be found here, among the rocky areas by the sea.
This section passes a series of coves, such as Cala es Corbetar, which is an ideal place to admire Pont d’en Gil, a natural rock bridge created by the erosion of the sea with a 300 metre deep cave nearby. From here, the Camí de Cavalls follows the coastline until reaching Ciutadella’s port.
Distance: 7.17 km
Hotels: Cala en Blanes, Los Delfines, Cales Piques, Ciutadella
Bars, restaurants and supermarkets: Cala en Blanes, Los Delfines, Cales Piques, Ciutadella