Cala Pilar a Algaiarens – Section 7 of the Camí de Cavalls – On Foot or by Bicycle

The route between Cala Pilar i Algaiarens can be done both on foot and by bike. As said above, one of the problems of this section is that Cala Pilar is not well connected, so if you decide to do so you will have need support, or otherwise make the way back and forth the same day.

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Calespiques a Punta Nati – Section 10 of the Camí de Cavalls

Stage 10 of the Camí de Cavalls runs from Calespiques to Punta Nati Lighthouse. It is a stage of just over 5 km of moderate difficulty and suitable for all ages as long as it is done on foot. To go by Mountain bike is more difficult, because it is a very rocky route, and with some steep slopes along the way. You will most probably have to get off the bike in several places.

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Camí de Cavalls – Everything You Should Know

The Camí de Cavalls de Menorca is considered a historical heritage of the island and declared of cultural interest by the Autonomous Community of the Balearic Islands (CAIB). It is a famous road that surrounds the whole island very close to the coast. Although the origin of the Camí de Cavalls cannot be accurately established, it is known that during the eighteenth century it was used for military defense purposes, as it allowed the military authority to watch the coast. It was also used by pagesos (farmers) and its access was free for everyone.

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