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Torre d'Aubarca

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Recommended by 24 out of 26 mountain bikers


  • Kai

    Even with children a nice destination for a coastal walk.
    Sprossen the ladder but only for older children, because quite far apart.
    Great view, well visited.

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  • Thorst

    After a short walk along the sea, you will reach the Torre d'Aubarca, an 18th century fortified tower. The beautiful view at the tower invites to a short rest.

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  • erni

    Torre des Matzoc is an 18th century tower on the northeast coast of the Spanish Balearic island of Majorca.
    The "Lost Beaches" in the northeast of Península de Llevant are among the most beautiful hiking destinations (and swimming paradises) of the nature park of the same name.

    Two elements remind of the history of this lonely land along the way. The Torre d'Albarca (also called Aubarca or Matzoc), a 10 m high watchtower dating back to 1751, on which still a gun barrel rusts to himself, and a lonely house on the last beach, which once belonged to a huge estate and in has been renovated as a hostel in recent years.

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  • Kirchgänger - Toby 🤘

    Nice for hiking, for biking something has to be shown

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  • Elevation60 m