4. Port d’Addaia – Ses Salines de Fornells

This is an easy-going section of the Camí de Cavalls. Starting at the beach in Arenal d’en Castell, it follows the coast until the resort of Son Parc, going on to Son Saura beach. Here there is a dune system and a marsh with vegetation in very good condition. The woods at s’Albufera des Comte are also of interest because of the great variety of plants that can be found there. Cala Rotja and Cala Blanca are just two attractive sights on the route, while the Paleo-Christian basilica at Cap des Port the Fornells is also worth a visit.

From Ses Salines, there is a five kilometer stretch along paved roads that lead to Cala Tirant.

The idyllic fishermen’s village of Fornells is an attraction close to this route. The Torre de Fornells (lookout tower) is visible on western bank of the port’s mouth. Built in the early 19th century during the British domination, its aim was prevent enemy or pirate vessels invading the island via the port.

Distance: 4.88 km

Level: easy

Tourist services:

Hotels: Arenal d’en Castell, Fornells, Ses Salines, Tirant

Bars, restaurants and supermarkets: Arenal d’en Castell, Fornells, Ses Salines, Tirant