Hiking: Colònia de Sant Pere and Albarca

A walk in the heart of the Natural Park of Peninsula of Llevant

How to book: simply send us (date of the hike, number of people, name of the hike you want to book) and we will send you our best proposal.

 meeting point

 09:00 h. Colonia de Sant Pere (Artà)

 (39.739517, 3.281566) (map)

 length  6 hours
 level  easy
 approximate distance  16 kilometers
 highest point
 recommended minimum age  10 years old
 highlights  pristine beaches, endemic bird watching

Beautiful hiking in Mallorca in an area of great landscape value and incredible beaches.

Llevant Peninsula, declared Natural Park includes a variety of routes with forests, cliffs and beaches of great beauty. There are several routes to know the area, which is a great place to spend one or more days. If you want to know better the area, it’s possible to book one of the shelters of the Government of the Balearic Islands and spend the night in this place isolated from the rest of the world.

This is the longest route we offer in the area of Artà: a half-level and very interesting for its views and variety of landscapes, while the geological and botanical interest in the area. We tour the Natural Park and the area of sAlbarca in mall ascents and descents, by a coast very eroded by the effect of the force of the sea. We also we’ll reach Cala Matzoc where we could rest after this day of trekking so rewarding. This adventure-tinged walk will mark your holiday in Mallorca!

During the tour

  • Our hiking guide, who knows the area and friendly service, will guarantee us a safe, enriching and fun tour, and will explain the most important aspects of the places visited.
  • We’ll do a trek that will make us travel to the earliest times, both the landscape and by the stories and legends.
  • We’ll start the route from the road of Colònia de Sant Pere, to continue on the other side into the valley of Albarca, in the Natural Park of Peninsula de Llevant.
  • We’ll visit the tower of Albarca or Matzoc, a watchtower ot the eighteenth century and cataloged as of Cultural Interest, on a cliff.

Wild fauna 

  • Often we see: Wild goats, endemic birds…
  • Sometimes: Ospreys, kites, dolphins…

Wild flora 

  • Posidonia, spurge, juniper bush, coastal pine…
Personal equipment of each participant
essential recommended not recommended
  • backpack
  • comfortable clothes and shoes
  • sunscreen
  • cap
  • water (minimum 1.5 L./person)
  • snack (nuts, energy bars, fruit)
  • lunch
  • swimsuit
  • towel
  • camera
  • electronic devices
  • valuable items
Equipment provided by Món d’Aventura
  • guide entitled with:
    • first aid kit
    • Media: mobile phone and / or radio
    • rescue and relief material