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Ermita de Betlem, Arta

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  • We decided to drive to Ermita de Betlem. The road is narrow with numerous 180 degree hairpin bends. Quite an arduous drive particularly with cyclists on the road and cars coming from the other directi...  more »
  • Located in a Nature Parc, you can drive there, it's a little church in the mountains, splendid views and nature also to the bay of Alcudia was amazing; the Ermita itselve is simple, exactly for indivi...  more »
  • We hiked up from the coast at Betlem to this small hermitage in the mountains. The 50-minute hike is moderately challenging along a rocky path through picturesque countryside (wear decent walking shoe...  more »
  • 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.
  • Old chapel in the mountains d ' Artà, inhabited by hermits from its founding in 1805 until 2010, the hermits who remained, in attention to his advanced age, left the Chapel to the chapel of the Holy Trinity of Valldemossa.
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  • We have the monastery in 2012 "hiked". Attractive hiking tour.
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  • very great directions and a beautiful monastery, completely off the tourist paths
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  • Beautiful monastery in beautiful surroundings. Narrow, nice and adventurous way to church.
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