This article is part of a series in which I am reviewing the local climbing spots on Mallorca from my beginner / intermediate climber point of view.
With only seven climbs on offer this area is maybe good for one visit - if even. The routes are not bad but short and not very inspiring. Difficulty ranges from 4s to 6s.
The bolts here are trustworthy in general but some (especially on the easier routes) are missing and the belays are fine (even though on a downward slope).
This could be a good crag for beginners learning the ropes but I would suggest Cas Catala (in this part of the island) or Cala Bota (east coast) for that.
The road leads you right below the crag and the walk up is maybe five minutes.
The good, the bad and the ugly
Besides its downsides the views from the crag and the roundabout below it are worth coming up here.
With only a few routes this area is just too small to be worthwhile a long drive. If you are in the area anyways take a look however - that´s what we did.
The south facing cliff will get hot in the summer but is an option for the rest of the year.
Route Information on theCrag