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ROUTE SANT MATEU - TORRES D'EN LLUC


IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Explore beautiful Torres d'En Lluc hiking from Sant Mateu

- Starting point → Church of Sant Mateu

- Approximate time → 3.30 - 4 hours

 - Distance → 11.3 kilometers away

- Ramp → 264 meters vertical drop

- Points of interest: Church of Sant Mateu, Torres d'en Lluc

- Observations → suitable for almost all public route. You can not carry baby strollers.

We left the church of Sant Mateu, following the road through the village. We continue along the paved road and pass in front of the football field and the village cemetery. We need to take the first dirt road we find the right, which runs through the valley to get back to the road, where we continue the left. Then we take the first road to the right, where you will find a sign for Camp Vell, and follow route number 9 BIT.

At first the way we pass next to some farm houses known as Camp Partit, and follow the main dirt road. We will turn right, just beside the stick hand marking number 9 route BIT. We will see a well before ascending the path left to the left. At the next junction we take the path to the left until you reach a clearing where we take a path on the left. The road goes up and down to get to a torrent. We continue along the road to near the cliff, and then there we will find a detour.

Torres

We take the path on the right and follow the path, which is marked with Fites (stacked stone), and we turn left onto a path that meanders until a thick wall that leads to the Torres d'en Lluc, next the cliff. We're back to where we have been and continue straight on the road. We leave on the left the road that has led us to the cliff. The trail climbs up to a dirt road, we take left and go down the main road. When we get a new crossing on the right, you will see a left turn to the right and left the road that goes up to Camp Vell. We continue down to reach the farmhouse Can Pujolet, where we take the left path. We follow the main road and headed out on the road, where we continue to the left until we reach our starting point: Sant Mateu.