Cami Vell de LLuc
This cobbled path starts at the edge of the village of Caimari, and connects it to the Lluc Sanctuary. It takes around two hours to walk it, and affords views of some of the most exceptional landscape of theSerra de Tramuntana
:ses Rotes de Caimari
, some of the island’s terraced spaces declared an Asset of Cultural Interest; the peak of Puig de n’Escuder, steeped in legend; Es Cavall Bernat, a huge, pointed crag, or Salt de la Bella Dona, a giddy precipice at the bottom of which one can contemplate the Comafreda torrent.