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.Read more
The 15, 16 and 17 of May 2015 will be held in Menorca Menorca IV Trail Camí de Cavalls. The Trail Camí de Cavalls is an ultramarathon in which the runners run around the coast of Menorca by the famous Camí de Cavalls.Read more
This is a guide for hikers who want to explore the full Camí de Cavalls in 7 days. To go around the Camí de Cavalls in just 7 days you have to be in good shape, because in total you have to walk more than 150km at a rate of 4 km / hour. The tour starts in Maó and starts along the north coast of Menorca which is much harder than the south coast, because it has longer stretches without possibility of stops.Read more
The Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls is a sporting event that was first held in May 2012. The organizers of this race are 5 sports-loving friends whose vision is to take Menorca to the international scene in the ultra-trail world.
In addition to having the privilege of running through a land declared as Biosphere Reserve,participants can practice sport by touring the famous Camí de Cavalls,which surrounds the whole island along its coast. In case this was not enough, there are races suitable for all types of runners:the shortest of 25 Km, and the longest, which goes around Menorca, of 185 kilometers.Read more
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.Read more