Today's route starts at the beach of Son Bou, where we can find the remains of the Paleochristian Basilica, Cala de Llucalari. Dating back to the 5th century discovered, it was discovered in 1951 that has been catalogued as an Asset of Cultural Interest.
From here we head inland, along the the Relotges ravine to Cala en Porter. We walk 8km along the ravine, the longest on the island at some 12km long which is heavily used in the cultivation of fruit trees. A short distance from this route, about 2 km away, you can visit the Torre de’n Galmés, the largest prehistoric settlement in the Balearic Islands, with an area of 62,000 m2.
At the end of today's hike the Camí de Cavalls route reaches the tourist resort of Cala en Porter. Here two totally different environments are found: the winding path that the ravines draw in the western part of the island, to the flat and slightly hilly part of the eastern part. In the last section, in the direction of Es Canutells, we cross Calescoves, with over a hundred prehistoric caves that turn this place into a point of archaeological interest.
From here our mini-bus will transfer us back to the resort for an evening at leisure.
Walking distance - approx 11km
Accommodation: White Sands Beach Club, Arenal d’en Castell, Menorca, Spain