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La Reserva de Biniorella

Camp de Mar, Majorca

Biniorella to Andratx via Port Andratx & Cami Morella walking and hiking route

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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 turning and continue carefully a further 150 meters on the main road until just before a stretch of crash barrier on the right you will see a marker cairn of stones where a footpath drops away from the road and into the trees.

Take this path and follow it downhill passing a small stone shed on your left and ignore 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. Now bear left and uphill and follow this tarmac road, Cami de la Vinya, for approximately 1 km, ignoring a tarmac road to the right until you come to a T-junction with a main road. Turn right and within 150 meters come to a small roundabout. (If you wish to make a detour and visit the Port turn left here).

To continue on to Andratx go straight ahead with a large car park on your right. Cross the bridge over the torrente and almost immediately turn right into Cami de Prat. Follow this tarmac road without deviation until shortly after crossing the torrente bed you arrive at the main Andratx to Port road. Here turn left onto the pedestrian walkway, which runs alongside the road. At the S’Arraco/ Sant Elm road junction, cross carefully and then continue on the walkway until 60 meters later you turn left into Cami de Morella. Within 40 meters or so you cross a small bridge and then at the next junction turn right. Now follow this road, ignoring all side turnings and access driveways, as it rises gently and then more steeply towards Andratx town.

With the town now in your sights continue until you come to a T-junction with another road just by the town football pitch. Here turn right and 50 meters later just before Bar Deportivo and an outdoor swimming pool, turn left into a track Carrer Arago. This soon becomes a narrow footpath as it “squeezes” between a number of houses and after a quick left and then right turn the path emerges onto another street. Turn left here and then 50 meters later right into Carrer Teulera. Ignoring a street to the left continue to a fork in the road and bear left, passing a children’s’ play area and the local theatre. Here turn left and then take the next right. Finally take the 2nd turning on the left which is a pedestrian walkway leading up to the town square, Plaza Espana.

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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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