Viva Cala Llonga to Eivessa Linear

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Leaving Cala Llonga, we begin by walking through the timelessly peaceful countryside known as Pla d'en Teuet and skirting the hill Puig d'en Vic to our left. In fact, at the start, we are following the same first five waymarks as Walk 7142, also sponsored by the Viva Cala Llonga Group. Passing the golf course, we skirt the urbanisation Roca Llisa to the north, then follow a track and footpath that will bring us to the coast at the little creek, Cala d'Espart.

Now follows a truly wonderful, undulating coastal stretch with amazing views way over to Formentera to bring us to the little beach resort of s'Estanyol. Next we have to divert away from the coast to enjoy a ramble through pinewoods that brings us to the outskirts of Talamanca. We quickly drop down to the coast once more and follow a spectacular clifftop way that brings us to Talamanca Bay. We walk right round the bay on the promenade or wooden walkways, with plenty of refreshment opportunities.

The next stage takes us along the promenade beside the northern edge of Eivessa Harbour. Here we could take a water taxi across the harbour in the season, if we wished. This is described at the appropriate waymark. Continuing round, we enter the harbour precinct and go by the Formentera ferry terminal. Heading towards the old town, we pass the point at which we could take the little ferry back to Cala Llonga in the season. Now all we have to do is follow the principal road through the new part of Eivessa, quickly to arrive at Avenida Isador Macabich and the bus station serving Cala Llonga and Santa Eularia.

Spain - Balearic Islands - Ibiza - Coast

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Mountains, Public Transport, Restaurant, Sea, Wildlife, Woodland
22/11/2017 - Jim Arymar

Walked this October 17.No changes. Jim Arymar.