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Canyon de la Calobra, Escorca

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Hike along Canyon de la Calobra, an 8 km (5 mi) long limestone canyon carved through the Tramuntana Mountains by the Torrent des Pareis, or Twin Rivers. The canyon is reachable by boat from Port de Sóller, as well as by land--but the latter route is not for the faint of heart. Parts of the steep road are sliced deep into the limestone, while others emerge onto cliffs offering hair-raising views of the rugged landscape as it descends rapidly toward the sea. Make the drive yourself or take advantage of the bus that makes the route. Going by boat offers its own vivid views of the island's otherworldly scenery, without the great heights. Before you head to Escorca, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Escorca tour planner, to make sure you see all that Escorca has to offer, including Canyon de la Calobra.
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  • The Sa callobra consists of S ' Entreforc and Torrente de Pareis whose access is done in part through the tunnel at the end of the promenade next to the port with the same name. Actually who evaluates Sa Callobra this for yourself to evaluate also this space and all its surroundings. Worth admiring and venture out a little.
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  • La Calobre visited coming there by car, a very winding road. It is not so terrible as some are written by ... is equal to and wide, so quietly each it will travel, and the views are beautiful and worth a stop at vantage points. Coming to the Bay, we have a very large paying car park, a lot of cafes and restaurants. The handle to the main part of the Bay with the beach takes about 10-15 minutes and leads a very picturesque path of the tunnels, it is not a difficult route, virtually flat. You just need to remember that the beach is Rocky, so you might want to take away the protective footwear. The same descent to water is not wide, but part of the beach a large and huge Canyon, you can quietly a little walk up the Canyon, unless someone decides to walk the Canyon from top to bottom, but that's a longer trip. In General, being on Mallorca to visit this part of the island and the Bay.
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  • If you like to drive, this is the road to do it. It even snakes under itself at one point. The views are great, so I have been told by my partner. Even in November you need all your attention in navig...  more »