Torre de Savinar and Atlantis Circular

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From the start we will make our way down to the pretty Cala Carbó. From here we will climb to the clifftop and enjoy a wonderful coastal hike. We drop down to Cala d'Hort and scramble past shoreside fishermens' huts before climbing to resume our clifftop ramble. The views are just amazing. Soon the pain begins as we clamber and climb to reach the Torre des Savinar, which overlooks the mystical island of Es Vedra (see additional information). We now face a very tricky rock-hopping stretch along the ridge before a difficult short descent.

If you choose, there now follows a very steep descent to reach the ancient coastal quarry of Atlantis (see additional information). After exploration and the inevitable uphill battle, we continue on more friendly terrain.

We begin the last part of the hike with a fairly difficult 150-metre stage through pinewood and dense undergrowth requiring good navigation, before enjoying a straightforward ramble back to the start with the option to visit the site of an ancient Punic settlement (see additional notes).

Spain - Balearic Islands - Ibiza - Coast


Ancient Monument, Birds, Cafe, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Industrial Archaeology, Mountains, Restaurant, Sea, Wildlife, Woodland
4/23/2018 - Jim Arymar

Walked this one with a group 22 April 2018. We have now cleared a path and marked it at way marks 26 and 27. No other changes and this remains a stunning hike. Jim Arymar