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La Reserva de Biniorella

Camp de Mar, Majorca

Biniorella to Andratx via Coll Baix walking and hiking route


Walk Instructions

Leaving Biniorella turn right and then immediately right again onto a tarmac road Carrer Mimosa. Ignore all spur roads and continue uphill. Arriving at a main junction with the Camp de Mar to Puerto Andratx road turn right and using the pavement follow this road until you come to a turning left Carrer Gladiol.

Ignore this turn and continue alongside the main road albeit on a roughish footpath until you come to a junction immediately by a large white and yellow 2km marker stone. Ignore this turn and continue alngside the main road albeit on a roughish footpah until you come to a footpath on the rights, signposted. Port Andratx. (Note that if you use the trac at the bottom of the gully, which runs parallel to the road, instead of the road, it is not easy to spot the path leaving the road, but there is a steep path up the side of the gully).

Cross the road and follow this path down hill, bearing right at a junction paths. Take this path and follow it downhill passing a small stone shed on your left and ignoring all side turnings, shortly pass between a gap in a stone wall and continue downhill until you come to a junction with a tarmac roadway.

On your right is a gateway to house 27a. Here turn right downhill on the tarmac. In a few minutes a straight section of track will come into view. Halfway along this section the tarmac surface continues to the left but ignore this and now on an earth track continue straight ahead. At the end turn left onto a narrow pathway alongside the boundary fence to a field. Within 70 meters this path makes a 90-degree turn continuing alongside the field. Within a short distance you will emerge onto a wider track, which you follow ignoring any side tracks until you are back on tarmac with a house Casa Blanca on your left. Shortly you come to a junction where you bear left downhill and within 50 meters turn right onto Cami de Coll Baix Nos 12-34. Follow this road as it begins to climb and at the first junction turn left and continue steeply uphill Upon reaching the highest point some good views of Andratx town come into view ahead of you.

Now going downhill you will soon come to a junction where you turn right around a house, which is directly on the roadside. Follow the road until you come to a T-junction. Turn left and within 300 meters arrive at the main Andratx/Port road. Now taking extra care cross this busy main road and turn right onto a purpose built walkway. At the end of the walkway there is a roundabout. Again taking care cross straight over to the opposite side and continue along a pavement until you arrive at another roundabout by the Eroski supermarket. Here turn left and continue up the main street Avenida de Juan Carlos 1, into the town of Andratx.

This route was last checked and walked in December 2008. However alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur and there is no guarantee of permanent access. Happy walking.


Disclaimer: This route was correct at time of writing. However, alterations can happen if development or boundary changes occur, and there is no guarantee of permanent access. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described. It is walkers' own responsibility to be adequately prepared and equipped for the ‎level of walk and the weather conditions and to assess the safety and accessibility of the walk.


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