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Cami de Cavalls

7 days ▸ 5 stages | 10 days ▸ 8 stages

Cami de Cavalls

794 € per person

5 / 8 stages of ◆Cami de Cavalls◆ Including luggage and persons transfers, maps, descriptions & GPX-files – Difficulty: ▲▲▲△△

Cami de Cavalls ▸Menorca

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Cami de Cavalls

5 stages | 8 stages

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5 STAGES | 6 | 7 days
breakfast included
+ taxi transfers
14~20 Km. / day

full itinerary:  83,8 Km ICONO Distancia
total ascent:  1124 mts 
total descent: 1134 mts

8 STAGES | 9   | 10 days
breakfast included
+ taxi transfers
20~30 Km. / day

full itinerary:  180,2 Km ICONO Distancia
total ascent:  2104 mts 
total descent: 2116 mts

▸ Incluye

IN 5 STAGES  |  ACCOMMODATION:

arrival in Maó

  • arrival transfer
  • 1st  night in Maó Hotel Son Vilar 

Es Grau ▸ Arenal d'en Castell

  • walking distance: 22,2 Km
  • ascent: + 325 m
  • descent: – 291 m
  • 2nd  night in Fornells Hostal La Palma 

Ses Salines de Fornells▸Binimel-là

  • walking distance: 15,1 Km
  • ascent: + 130 m
  • descent:  – 121 m
  • 3rd  night in Ferreries Aparthotel Loar

Cami des Alocs▸Cala Morell

  • walking distance: 16,8 Km
  • ascent: + 297 m
  • descent: – 353 m
  • 4th  night in Ciutadella Sagitario Hostal Ciutadella

Son Xoriguer ▸ Cala Galdana

  • walking distance:  14,9 Km
  • ascent:  + 158 m
  • descent: – 167 m
  • 5th  night in Cala Galdana Hotel Comitas Floramar

Cala Galdana▸Son Bou

  • walking distance: 14,8 Km
  • ascent:  + 214 m
  • descent:  – 202 m
  • 6th  night in Maó Hotel Son Vilar

departure day

  • airport transfer

transfers included to/from your accommodation

Well-signposted trails

luggage transfer from hotel to hotel

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Niveau 3
This programme is for you if you are in excellent physical condition; if you can cover steep slopes and have no vertigo or health problems; if you regularly do long walks and consider yourself a good sportsman, love nature and are respectful of the environment.
 
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traslados en bus y taxi

taxi or bus transfers

luggage transfers from hotel to hotel at each stage and transfers of people, by taxi or regular buses.

accommodations

small charming hotels and unique accommodation in strategic locations, with breakfast included.

stages

5 stages of approx. 12 ~ 19 km each, to cross the very best of Cami de Cavalls

TRANSFERS ONLY

taxi

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Any arrival date is possible

Early-booking-6%-discount


Book early!  …and get a 6% discount for bookings made 90 days before the arrival date.

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Book early!!  …and get a 6% discount for bookings made 90 days before the arrival date.

  845 ▸ 794 € per person in double room
2 persons

|    Supplement for single room use
(and 3rd person): + 95 € ▸ 89 €

  Solo Traveller (1 person only): 995 € ▸ 935 €

▸ Incluye

DIFFICULTY LEVEL

Niveau 3
This programme is for you if you are in excellent physical condition; if you can cover steep slopes and have no vertigo or health problems; if you regularly do long walks and consider yourself a good sportsman, love nature and are respectful of the environment.
 
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IN 8 STAGES  |  ACCOMMODATION: 

arrival in Maó

  • arrival transfer
  • 1st  night in Mahón Hotel Son Vilar 

Maó ▸ Far de Favàritx

  • walking distance: 22,8 Km
  • ascent: + 355 m
  • descent: – 379 m
  • 2nd  night in Alaior Hotel Encant de Alaior

Far de Favàritx▸Platges de Fornells

  • walking distance: 23,8 Km
  • ascent: + 272 m
  • descent: – 272 m
  • 3rd  night in Es Mercadal Hotel M-27

Platges de Fornells▸Cala Morell

  • walking distance: 30,8 Km
  • ascent: + 655 m
  • descent: – 593 m
  • 4th  night in Ciutadella Hostal Sagitario

Cala Morell▸Ciutadella

  • walking distance: 19,7 Km
  • ascent: + 145 m
  • descent: – 183 m
  • 5th  night in Ciutadella Hostal Sagitario

Ciutadella▸Cala Galdana

  • walking distance: 30,1 Km
  • ascent: + 131 m
  • descent: – 149 m
  • 6th  night in Ferreries Hotel Loar Ferreries

Cala Galdana▸Son Bou

  • walking distance: 14,6 Km
  • ascent: + 194 m
  • descent: – 212 m
  • 7th  night in Alaior Hotel Encant de Alaior

Son Bou▸Binibèquer

  • walking distance: 21,8 Km
  • ascent: + 275 m
  • descent: – 273 m
  • 8th  night in Maó Hotel Son Vilar

Binibèquer▸Mahón

  • walking distance: 16,6 Km
  • ascent: + 77 m
  • descent: – 55 m
  • 9th  night in Maó Hotel Son Vilar

departure day

  • airport transfer

transfers included to/from your accommodation

Well-signposted trails

luggage transfer from hotel to hotel

traslados en bus y taxi

taxi or bus transfers

luggage transfers from hotel to hotel at each stage and transfers of people, by taxi or regular buses.

accommodations

small charming hotels and unique accommodation in strategic locations, with breakfast included.

stages

8 stages of approx. 20 ~ 30 km each, to cross the Cami de Cavalls

TRANSFERS ONLY

taxi

Do you prefer to book accommodation on your own?

Get our TRANSFER VOUCHER and let us organise all your transfers.

Early-booking-6%-discount


Book early!  …and get a 6% discount for bookings made 90 days before the arrival date.

Early-booking-6%-discount

Book early!!  …and get a 6% discount for bookings made 90 days before the arrival date.

  956 ▸ 898 € per person in double room
2 persons

|    Supplement for single room use
(and 3rd person): + 145 € ▸ 136 €

  Solo Traveller (1 person only): 1345 € ▸ 1265 €

What does this programme include?   

con Alojamiento Accommodations – 6 / 9 nights stay in different charming hotels, B&B.

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ICONO - VIDEOCONFERENCIA

Videoconference information – personalised information by video-talk on your arrival day

Information material – maps to be picked up at the hotel reception, upon arrival

ICONO GPX GPX Tracks – to follow the walks on your mobile device

Taxi or public bus transfers – all necessary transfers for each route, except on departure day

ICONO 24h-Service Support 24h – we keep permanently in touch with you throughout your stay to solve any problem or enquiry you may have

 

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ICONO EQUIPAJE Any arrival date is possible – You decide your travel dates and when to start. However, we must first request availability to the accommodations.

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Further information …

ABOUT CAMI DE CAVALLS

The origin of the Cami de Cavalls is linked to defensive and surveillance purposes. It is believed that its initial layout was established during the Middle Ages to facilitate the rapid movement of troops and cavalry around the island. This system allowed continuous surveillance of the coast to prevent and respond to pirate attacks and other maritime threats.

The British and French: During the 18th century, Menorca changed ownership several times between the British, French and Spanish. The British, in particular, improved and used the road to strengthen their coastal defences and facilitate communication between their various fortifications. Watchtowers and forts were built along the road, many of which can still be seen today.

With the definitive Spanish reconquest in 1802, the Cami de Cavalls continued to be used for military and defensive purposes. The towers and fortifications continued to play an important role in protecting the island until the threat of an invasion diminished.

Today, the Cami de Cavalls is also valued for its ecological importance.
The trail runs through protected natural areas, offering walkers spectacular views of the local flora and fauna. It is a green corridor that connects different ecosystems and landscapes of Menorca.

The Cami de Cavalls, more than a path, is a living testimony to the history and resilience of Menorca, a cultural and natural jewel that invites you to explore and connect with the past and present of the island.

Cami de Cavalls   Cami de Cavalls

Cami de Cavalls: What does include?
  • Arrival & departure transfers airport-hotel-airport
  • Luggage & persons transfers to/from each stage
  • Accommodation bed and breakfast basis
  • Information on arrival
  • GPX and descriptive route informations
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What is NOT included?

Arrival and departure flights from/to your destination are not included.

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    Highlights of the trip:

    Cami de Cavalls: a trail along the coast of Menorca

    Crossing small beaches of surprising colours

    unique small lodgings in charming enclaves

    Menorca: Biosphere Reserve

    Menorca was declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO on 8 October 1993. This designation underlines the island’s natural and cultural wealth and its commitment to sustainable development.

    Ecosystem Diversity: Menorca is home to a variety of ecosystems, including forests, wetlands, cliffs, sea caves and unspoilt beaches.
    The island is a vital habitat for many species of flora and fauna, some of which are endemic.

    Protected Species: The island is a refuge for migratory birds and native species such as the Mediterranean turtle.
    There are also numerous marine species in the waters surrounding the island.

    Cultural Heritage: Menorca has a rich archaeological heritage that includes prehistoric monuments such as talayots, taulas and navetas.
    The influence of various cultures throughout history, including Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs and British, has left a diverse cultural legacy.
    Local festivities, such as the Fiestas de Sant Joan, are an integral part of life in Menorca.
    Traditional crafts and gastronomy also form an important part of the island’s cultural identity.

    Sustainable Development: The declaration as a Biosphere Reserve has promoted policies for the conservation and sustainable management of natural resources.
    Reforestation projects, control of invasive species and protection of critical habitats are some of the initiatives underway.
    Menorca has promoted a tourism model that seeks to minimise environmental impact and maximise benefits for the local community.
    Ecotourism and outdoor activities, such as hiking and cycling, are popular with visitors.

    Education and Science: The island is a living laboratory for scientific research in areas such as biology, ecology and environmental sciences.
    Monitoring programmes are carried out to assess the state of the ecosystems and the effectiveness of conservation policies.
    Educational programmes and awareness raising activities are carried out to involve the local community and visitors in the conservation of the island.
    Initiatives such as workshops, talks and school activities help to promote greater environmental awareness.

    The designation of Menorca as a Biosphere Reserve not only recognises its natural and cultural values, but also promotes a development model that balances conservation with the social and economic wellbeing of its inhabitants. This status helps to ensure that future generations will be able to enjoy the island’s resources and its beauty.

    Cami de Cavalls – Natural Heritage: Today, the Cami de Cavalls is also acknowledged for its ecological importance. The trail runs through protected natural areas, offering walkers spectacular views of the local flora and fauna. It is a green corridor that connects different ecosystems and landscapes of Menorca.

    Medieval origin of the Cami de Cavalls:

    The origin of the Camí de Cavalls dates back to the 14th century, during the occupation of the Kingdom of Aragon. It was established as a means of communication and defence to protect the island from invaders and pirates.

    The name Camí de Cavalls translates as “Horse Path”, indicating its original use by mounted soldiers patrolling the coast.

    Deterioration and Disuse

    Over the centuries, especially during the 19th and early 20th centuries, the Cami de Cavalls fell into disuse. The modernisation of infrastructures and the development of new roads made the path less necessary for transport and defence purposes. Much of the path deteriorated, and some sections were even privatised or blocked by new constructions.

    Recovery Process – Initiatives of the 1990s

    The recovery of the Cami de Cavalls began in earnest in the 1990s, driven by growing environmental awareness and interest in sustainable tourism.

    Citizen and Political Mobilisation: Local organisations and citizens’ groups began to advocate for the restoration of the path. In 1996, the Consell Insular de Menorca, the island’s local government, took the initiative to recover and reopen the path.

    Agreements and Expropriations: There was a long process of negotiation and, in some cases, expropriation of private land occupying parts of the road. This process was complicated and required a lot of time and effort to resolve legal disputes and obtain the consent of the landowners.

    Restoration and Signage: Restoration work was carried out, including the cleaning and repair of the path, the construction of bridges and footbridges, and the installation of appropriate signage for hikers.

    Inauguration and Current Use

    The Cami de Cavalls was officially reopened in 2010. Today, the trail is divided into 20 stages and stretches for about 185 kilometres around the island. It is used by hikers, cyclists and horse riders alike.

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      Cami de Cavalls ▸ 5 STAGES

      Day 1

      Menorca-mapaArrival to Menorca

      Pick up at the airport and transfer to the hotel in Mahón. Informative video call to explain all the details of each stage.
      + Hotel Son Vilar  (...or similar - Maó)
       

      Day 2

      Es Grau Arenal d'en Castell
      After a short 15-minute drive to Es Grau, the first stage begins along the north coast of Menorca, alongside different coves and old watchtowers.
      When reaching the "Cap de Favàritx" at the northeast end of the island, the path heads west, penetrating inland and crossing farmland. After reaching the inlet of "Cala Addaia" the Cami de Cavalls crosses the Port Addaia and shortly after reaches the Arenal d'en Castell after 22 km of route, where we find the next accommodation.
      Niveau 3    22,2 km |  +325 m / -291 m | + Hostal La Palma  (...or similar - Fornells)

       

      Day 3

      Ses Salines de FornellsBinimel-là

      A new 15-minute transfer today takes us to Ses Salines de Fornells, an old salt marsh that has now become a tourist and residential centre for the Menorcans of the capital.
      The path follows the coastline along an endless number of beaches and coves with intense turquoise-blue waters. At "Cap de Cavalleria" the path crosses the remains of an old Roman camp, a bunker of the Spanish Civil War and continues along the coastline to Cala Binimel-là. Here the driver awaits us to take us to Ferreries.
      Niveau 2    15,1 km |  +130 m / -121 m |  + Aparthotel Loar   (...or similar - Ferreries)

       

      Day 4

      Cami des AlocsCala Morell

      Another short transfer of 15 minutes takes us to the Cami des Alocs, from where we take the Cami de Cavalls on its itinerary for the next stage towards the west.
      The route to Cap de Ferro is a stretch with gentle cliffs facing the "tramontana", the wind that comes from the north and lashes this part of the Mediterranean. Once past Punta Rotja, the beautiful coves and small beaches return, offering a refreshing swim for the walker.
      A little further on, Cala Morell appears to put an end to today's stage. The driver who is waiting for us today will take us to Ciutadella to spend the next night there.
      Niveau 3   16,8 km | +297 m / -353 m | + Sagitario Hostal Ciutadella   (...or similar - Ciutadella)

       

      Day 5

      Son Xoriguer Cala Galdana

      Today we walk along the south coast of Menorca, starting the stage in Son Xoriguer. The route unfolds over undulating terrain that crosses remote coves time and time again in a still sea that invites you to swim.
      A landscape dominated by Mediterranean pine trees dotted with low vegetation and a turquoise blue horizon is the highlight of today's stage. When we reach the viewpoint of "Es Castellet" we will enjoy an extraordinary view of the "Cala Macarell", before tackling the last stretch of the road that leads us to Cala Galdana.
      Niveau 2   14,9 km | +158 m / -167 m | + Aparthotel Comitas Floramar (...or similar - Cala Galdana)

       

      Day 6

      Cala GaldanaSon Bou

      The last stage of the Cami de Cavalls starts directly at Cala Galdana and runs through one of the wildest and most beautiful spots in Menorca on its way to the capital, Mahón.
      Three beautiful coves maintain an exquisite proportion within the route: "Cala Mitjana", "Cala Trebaluger" and "Cala Escorxada" before the path leads to the sandy area of "Platja Binigaus", the prelude to the last stretch to Son Bou.
      Despite its recent tourist development, the sandy beach of Son Bou remains untouched and its the perfect grand finale on the Cami de Cavalls as it represents the finish line of the whole route. From Son Bou the driver takes us to Maó where we spend the last night before returning home.
      Niveau 2   14,8 km | +214 m / -202 m | + Hotel Son Vilar (...or similar - Maó)

      Day 7  |  Departure

      Transfer to the airport for departure. But depending on the time of your flight, you will still have time to enjoy the atmosphere of the old streets of Maó.


       
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      Cami de Cavalls ▸ 8 STAGES

      Day 1

      Menorca-mapaArrival to Menorca

      Pick up at the airport and transfer to the hotel in Mahón. Informative video call to explain all the details of each stage.
      + Hotel Son Vilar  (...or similar - Maó)
         

      Day 2

      Maó Far de Favàritx
      The first of the 8 stages starts directly at your accommodation and follows the route of the Cami de Cavalls to the "Far de Favàritx" lighthouse, at the eastern end of the island.
      At the appointed time we will pick you up at the lighthouse to take you (together with your luggage) to the neighbouring Alaior, where you will spend your second night on the island.
      Niveau 3    22,8 km |  +355 m / -379 m | + Hotel Encant de Alaior  (...or similar - Alaior)

       

      Day 3

      Far de FavàritxPlatges de Fornells

      After breakfast, a short 15-minute transfer takes you to the lighthouse to continue your route to Ses Salines de Fornells, an old salt marsh that has now become a tourist and residential centre for the Menorcans of the capital.
      The path follows the coastline along small beaches and coves with intense turquoise-blue waters. When you reach Cala Blanca, the driver will be waiting for you at the appointed time to take you to Es Mercadal.
      Niveau 3    23,8 km |  +272 m / -272 m |  + Hotel M-27   (...or similar - Es Mercadal)

       

      Day 4

      Platges de FornellaCala Morell

      One of the longest routes along the north coast awaits you today. After leaving the "Cap de Cavalleria" behind, the route crosses the remains of an old Roman camp, a bunker of the Spanish Civil War and continues along the coast towards Cala Binimel-là, Cala Pregonda and Platge des Alocs, continuing westwards.
      At the end of the day you will reach Cala Morell, which is the end of today's stage. From here, the driver will take you to Ciutadella to spend the next two nights.
      Niveau 3   30,8 km | +655 m / -593 m | + Sagitario Hostal Ciutadella   (...or similar - Ciutadella)

       

      Day 5

      Cala Morell Ciutadella

      After breakfast a short transfer takes you back to Cala Morell from where you walk along the coast towards the Punta Nati lighthouse and along the west coast of Menorca until you reach Ciutadella.
      Today's stage will take you to the rougher side of the island, usually battered by the wind. Ciutadella, with its intricate medieval-looking narrow streets, is a beautiful town that deserves to be discovered.
      Niveau 3   19,7 km | +145 m / -183 m | + Sagitario Hostal Ciutadella   (...or similar - Ciutadella)

      Day 6

      CiutadellaCala Galdana

      Starting from Ciutadell, today's stage heads south through a landscape dominated by Mediterranean pine trees and dotted with low vegetation, with a turquoise blue horizon as a backdrop.
      Leaving the Artrutx lighthouse behind, an endless number of small coves follow one after the other along the path until reaching Cala Galdana. A long route but blessed with multiple bathing options along the way. From Cala Galdana, the driver will take you in a few minutes to Ferrerires, where you will spend the next night.
      Niveau 3   30,1 km | +131 m / -149 m | + Hotel Loar Ferreries (...or similar - Ferreries)

       

      Day 7

      Cala GaldanaSon Bou

      The next stage continues south from Cala Galdana to the sandy areas of Son Bou.
      Three beautiful coves maintain an exquisite proportion within the route: "Cala Mitjana", "Cala Trebaluger" and "Cala Escorxada" before the path leads to the sandy area of "Platja Binigaus", the prelude to the last stretch to Son Bou.
      Despite its recent tourist development, the sandy beach of Son Bou remains untouched, adding a Mediterranean touch to today's section. From Son Bou the driver will take you to Alaior where you will spend the next night.
      Niveau 2   14,6 km | +194 m / -222 m | + Hotel Encant de Alaior (...or similar - Alaior)

       

      Day 8

      Son BouBinibèquer

      The penultimate stage of the Cami de Cavalls begins in Son Bou, crossing one of the places that has undergone the greatest tourist development in Menorca, although it has been able to preserve the essence of the island.
      The path progresses along the southern coastline until it reaches the village of Binibèquer Vell, an old fishing enclave that has now become a first-class tourist centre.
      Niveau 3   21,8 km | +275 m / -273 m | + Hotel Son Vilar (...or similar - Maó)

      Day 9

      BinibèquerMaó

      The last stage of the Cami de Cavalls departs from Binibèquer, skirting the southeast coast through one of the wildest and most beautiful spots in Menorca on its way to the capital, Maó.
      The trail penetrates rugged landscapes by the sea before entering the extensive inlet of the Gulf of Maó. An 8-stage route starting and finishing in the capital of Menorca.  
      Niveau 2   16,6 km | +77 m / -55 m | + Hotel Son Vilar (...or similar - Maó)

      Day 10 | Departure

      Transfer to the airport for departure. But depending on the time of your flight, you will still have time to enjoy the atmosphere of the old streets of Maó.


       

      TOUR LOCATION

      Walk along the legendary Cami de Cavalls of Menorca, in 5 or 8 stages

      ACCOMMODATION - 5 Stages

      MAHÓN

       

       

      ARENAL D'EN CASTELL

       

       

       

       

       

       

      FERRERIES

       

       

       

       

      CIUTADELLA

       

       

       

       

       

       

      CALA GALDANA 

       

       

       

       

       

       

      MAHÓN

       

       

      PRICES / SERVICES

      rates for bookings less than 90 days in advance

       6   | 7 days:

         845 € per person in a double room (2 persons)
      | Supplement for single use (...and for 3rd person) + 95 €.

       

      INCLUDED:

      ▸Airport pick-up and 1st hotel drop-off
      ▸6 hotel nights with breakfast in different accommodations
      ▸Luggage transfer
      ▸Road Book with descriptions of each stage
      ▸All necessary transfers to/from each walk
      ▸Maps, information materials and GPX files
      ▸Virtual meeting on arrival
      ▸Airport transfer for departure

      NOT included:

      ▸Flights to/from Menorca island
      ▸Lunches & dinners


      Singles

      The program is suitable for single travelers, although the final price is different due to higher costs:

        Solo Traveller ....  925 €


      BOOKING:

      With an initial payment of 150 € (per person), book now and guarantee your trip. Pay the rest amount 15 days before your arrival date. We will confirm your reserve within 24 hours. But in the case of accommodations  unavailability, we will refund the paid amount or propose alternative dates.


      Additional overnights

      It is also possible to book some additional days, before or after the hiking week, or an additional week to relax.


      Difficulty

      To successfully achieve the 5 stages it is necessary a good physical condition and steady walk. According to the year season, temperatures can be extreme (hot and/or cold). Therefore, it is necessary to have suitable warm clothes permanently, to be removed as layers if necessary. Some parts of this trail include passages with slippery loose stone. Although most of this trail is roomy enough, certain sections are quite aerial and require caution. Using hiking poles is highly recommended.


      Trails

      Menorca has a well signposted network of trails. All sections where from our tours are perfectly marked. In addition to the detailed map of the island, you will get from us precise indications of each route and assistance from the hotline on your walks.


      We recommend 

      Appropriate hiking clothing and sturdy footwear. During the tours, it is necessary to have food and drink enough, as well as sun protection, a cap, wind jacket and, in the winter months, warm clothing.


      Luggage transfer

      We move your luggage from one accommodation to next, so on your hikes you should only carry a backpack with the essentials of the day. For the whole trip, it is recommendable to use a single suitcase, not bigger than 20 kg.


      You can book at any date!


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