From Cala Agulla beach we ride up the track to “Es Coll de Marina” and on the way down the other side we can see Cala Mesquida. We cross behind the beach on a long wooden bridge and set off again on hilly tracks with ups and downs. Later we reach Son Barbassa and from there the Camí Reial, the ancient King’s Road connecting the old Mallorcan rural estates between Capdepera and Artá.
We continue along by-roads through the outlying rural area. Towards the end of this route we pass a golf course which gives us access to “Es Claper des Gegants”, a prehistoric settlement site. A track takes us from there down to the tourist resort Font de sa Cala with its wonderful little bay. The return road to Cala Ratjada runs along by the sea.
Discover the route 2. Camí Reial – The King’s Road
CALA AGULLA – ES COLL DE MARINA – CALA MESQUIDA – SON BARBASSA – CAMÍ REIAL – POSSESSIONS – ES CLAPER DES GEGANTS – CALA RATJADA