Small slightly overhanging wall with lots of holes; most routes (even the easy ones) are a bit athletic. Shaded for almost the whole day and often a bit humid, so a good place for the hotter days.

Access issues inherited from Serra de Tramuntana

Since 2013 a permit is necessary for access to the nature protection zone of Sierra de Tramuntana. More information at and since 5/2020, only the online application is possible, not any more the email-based. If you can provide more details about the online process, please edit this text.

Before 5/2020, you could apply by sending the following two signed documents plus a copy of your ID document (driving licence or passport) to the email

For climbing area put 'Serra de Tramuntana' and for dates put the duration of your stay.

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Park your car in Port de Valldemossa on the small port car park. From the port car park, walk in the direction you came from, pass a restaurant and after about 100 metres you will see some stairs to the right. Keep going up the stairs until they turn into a path. Follow it for some hundreds of meters until you arrive at a small house. Here take the path that slightly descends and find the wall around the corner. The wall is not visible during the whole approach.


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Warning Fixed Gear: Rusty anchor

Athletic overhanging line on mostly big holds. Some bolts are in questionable state (2020).

Powerful through the left cave structures with a short tricky sequence to cross the blank part before.


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Author(s): Alan James, Mark Glaister and Daimon Beail

Date: 2020

ISBN: 9781873341186

A selective guidebook describing a wide selection of sport routes and the Deep Water Soloing (DWS) on the island of Mallorca. It covers nearly 1,500 sport routes from F3 to F9a+, and nearly 400 deep water soling routes.

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