28 July 2011

Majorca - Cove of Moro

Cove of Moro
In this years I've discovered the beaches and coves of Majorca, and perhaps Cove of Moro (Caló des Moro) is the nicest I've met. Transparent and turquoise waters, flirty, white sand, nestled in a tranquil and unique natural landscape.
To arrive cove is a bit difficult, there are no signs and it's a little hidden.
From Palma we go on the motorway from airport to Santanyi. We continue to address Llombards. There are one roundabout before arrive to village, in this point we continue to address Cala Llombards.


Cove of Moro by car
When we arrive at Cala Llombards, appear a sign on the left indicating "Cala Llombards". At this point we turn right, then first right (there are a sign on the ground indicating "cala S'Almunia).We continue straight and turn left at first paved street (about 150 m.). At the end of street is Caló des Moro street, we had to turn left,  we parked the car and we continued walking.
Cove of Moro
Before down the 120 steps, there is a poster with information from both coves: cove of Moro and cove S'Almunia.
After down the stairs, we found a stone cove on our right (Cala S'Almunia) and 4 houses on the left. We went to the houses, and we turned left at dirt road.
Do not think that has already completed the journey. At the end of dirt road, we needed down about 20 m. to arrive the little beach.


Walk to Cove of moro

If you have time, I suggest a little hiking around the cliffs to arrive at Cove of Moro. The route is approximately 1 hour long and views you will discover during the walk are stunning and you will keep in memory forever.
When we arrived at Cala Llombards, we continued straight on the road until look a banned sign. At this point the road becomes a dirt road. We parked the car and we began the route.
Cliffs of Cove Llombards
We continued walking to the sea, until a vertical cliff of 30 meters above the sea.
The "raons" is a tipical fish from Majorca, and all the sea was dotted with "Llauds Mallorquines" (tipical ships of the Island). This vision turned out to be a curious photo.  
At this point we turned right and we continued by trail that runs along the cliffs, providing wonderful views. 
At some point, the trail descends to cross a gully. You can enjoy beatiful view of Cove of Moro on the left. The cove is nestled among rocks and pines.
It is a small ravine, where the road hides in the bushes and we must be careful not to miss.
After cross  this ravine, we came to a stone cove, where there are boats on the rock. In this place, when the rising tide, the cavities of the rock are filled with water forming natural pools. 
Cove of Moro
After this cove, we began to climb up the cliff by a dirt way. At the end of the way is Des Castellet street, we turned left by a dirt path that runs along the cliff.
From this point we can enjoy a top view of Cove of Moro.
After about 10 minutes away and after seeing the cove from the top, we arrived at a paved street, we turned left and at the end of the street is the beginning of the 120 down steps to get to Cove S'Almunia and of Moro.

If you go to Cove of Moro, I hope you have a pleasant crossing, and you enjoy its surroundings.






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