Accessible via several ways. Coming from the south much nicer, but also exhausting.
The tin hut is often occupied and serves as a fire watch tower.
Great views over the Badia de Pollença, the Puig Romaní, the Cap Formentor, the Penya Roja, the northern foothills of the Tramuntana, the Badia d'Alcúdia and their resorts to the Cap de Ferrutx.
If you come from the south it should be easier to find the way from the summit. If you have difficulties finding your way, then you have to
July 21, 2017
Highest elevation of the peninsula and accordingly good distance view. However, he remained hidden from us in April due to heavy fogging of the incoming wind from the sea. But that too is a spectacle.
One might think that the buildings at the summit offer food or drink, but that is not the case.
April 27, 2017
A really great way to the summit but unfortunately we gave up after a long search and are a bit disappointed by the directions the same way back. Marking or small assistance from the summit down unfortunately no indication. We met several people who had the same problem. otherwise absolutely recommendable!
February 26, 2019
The Talaia de la Alcudia can be reached in various ways. Once at the top you have a wonderful view over the northern Tramuntana and the bay of Pollentia and Alcudia. The hiking trails, e.g. on the tour komoot.de/tour/163156365/embed are good and relatively easy to walk. Good footwear is a matter of course. You can also have a coffee at the Ermita de la Victoria and, like many other hikes, the summit is accompanied by the local goats. Good footwear is also a prerequisite for this hike.
April 29, 2020
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