This challenging walk has many interesting features. The start with 1 ¼ km walk on lovely path beside the sea to cave down at water level (side trip down and/or view through hole from top). This is followed by a grueling walk up steep, good paths, then an easy flat stroll across the Plana to the remains of eleven windmills, previously used to grind wheat. An optional return path follows, but the best part of the walk and its’ major raison d’être would be missed if you don’t continue to the Eye of Montgo, quite a strenuous climb but worth the trouble.
DISTANCE 14km – WALKING TIME 4hrs - ASCENT 500 mtrs - GRADE S 

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Anonymous said...

If you see the Montgó far behind, from Gata mountain for exemple, this eye is similar to an elephant eye. Thus the name. Elephant eye.

Harley Perth said...

Nice Post. I loved to travel in mountains. This place is amazing. One day I absolutely go to the Eye of Montgo this vacations. Thanks for sharing .

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