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Punta de n'Amer, Sa Coma

(4.3/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Bird-watchers will find a variety of interesting species, including hoopoes, at Punta de n'Amer, where a pathway begins at the beach and moves up through an old stone quarry. Rent a bike and tour the area on two wheels; the hilly trails are ideal for adventurous cycling. After your invigorating ride, explore the castle interior, including the narrow tower with a steep spiral staircase. Be sure to bring a flashlight to light your way up and down the stairs. You’ll also find a geocache along the pathway. Use our Sa Coma trip itinerary maker to visit Punta de n'Amer on your trip to Sa Coma, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • This is a great walk, not too difficult, which takes you up and away from either Cala Millor or Sa Coma. There is a great local bar at the top where they serve what could be the best sangria for miles...  more »
  • From the southern end of the beach of Cala Millor, on foot, arriving 30 minutes to the Castell. The trail leads through a nature reserve. Pine, Juniper, roses and orchids accompany the way. Again, the sea view is released. The Castell itself was open - admission is free. From the roof, there is a wonderful view of the entire coast and it becomes clear that it once must have been built as early warning system. Directly opposite is a refreshment stop possible. Our opinion: absolutely do it!
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  • There is a small fort here with not much to see, but it's free, and the best bit is the walking around it as well as the cold drink from the cafe next door. You can walk on to the next town, where you...  more »