Route 7 starts at the roundabout at the end of Cala Agulla (in Cala Rajada). We cross right over the beach to the woods at the end and arrive at Cala Moltó with its lovely crystal-clear water. Leaving the bay behind us we take the long track leading gently but steadily uphill to Coll de Marina. After about 1 km we reach the highest point on this part of the track, next to an old lime kiln, where we find a well signposted path off to the left.
This is where the real uphill climb starts, up through the woods to the top of the Puig de s’Àguila, where we can enjoy spectacular panoramic views. Some of the slopes are a little difficult so sturdy shoes are recommended. We take the same route back down.