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Ermita de Betlem, Arta
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Ermita de Betlem is located in Arta. Work out when and for how long to visit Ermita de Betlem and other Arta attractions using our handy Arta tourist route planner.
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La ermita es un lugar pequeño pero bonito, en un entorno natural y acogedor. La carretera de acceso desde Artá tiene muchas curvas y es bastante estrecha, por lo que en algunos puntos no entran dos co... read more »The Hermitage is a small but nice, place in a natural and cozy environment. The road from Arta has many curves and is quite narrow, so that in some points do not enter two cars and have to handle something. Leave hiking trails that had good looking from the Hermitage.show original
La ermita se encuentra al final de una ruta a pie que sube por la montaña. El comienzo lo tenemos en el km 7'5 de la carretera que une la Colonia de Sant Pere con Betlem. Dura unos 50 minutos y es ads... read more »The Chapel is located at the end of a walking route that climbs the mountain. Have the start at km 7'5 of the road linking with Betlem Colonia de Sant Pere. It lasts about 50 minutes and is good for children. Precious views of sea and mountain to get to the Hermitage prior step by a source next to that found a small altar. The Hermitage itself is located at the end of a mall, being well maintained and in a spectacular setting. No doubt the visit worthwhile. You can go directly by car road.show original
Лучше взять велосипеды напрокат и подняться по дороге к монастырю 19 века, который построен в горах высоко над Колониа-Сент-пер. Дорога плавно поднимается из симпатичного города Арта (хорошо остановит... read more »It is better to rent bikes and climb on the way to 19-century monastery, which is built in the mountains high above the Colonia St. Pere. The road rises gently from the lovely town of Arta (good to stay for lunch). If you reach the top, which is not an easy task, because the sun beats down mercilessly, the reward is waiting for you-you will enjoy a stunning view of the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença, the mountain Serra Tramuntana and Cap de Formentor. The monastery is in the 2.5 km from the main peaks, it is closed.show original
To get to the Ermita is quite a hot walk, approximately 1 hr (without kids) from Betlem, or alternatively a crazy 40 minute drive up a mountain road from Arta (oddly you can't drive from Betlem only walk), the road could well be in the Alps with the switch backs and hairpins! Once there the views over Betlem, Alcudia and Pollenca are breath taking. To get to see this amazing view requires a tough walk up and across rough terrain. You will need trainers and a some sort of carry backpack for small children (if you have kids).The Ermita itself is a beautiful old church which you can go into for a closer look. Well worth a visit.
Alexander ElsingBeautiful destination with beautiful views of the Bay of Alcudia. You can run up from Betlem in around 1 hour. This is a beautiful if also exhausting walk. To reach by car from Artà. To get to the vantage point behind the Ermita through a small gate and left always up the mountain. Approx. 10 min.show original
Markus StierPretty monastery. It's worth a look.show original
Bt SxLone monastery in a quiet, secluded setting with fantastic views over the sea. On the twisty, narrow access road through the beautiful barren landscape, you have a magnificent view at the highest point, again.show original
Solveig GerschelVery niceshow original
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