Climbs 73
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 8m a.s.l
Faces S

Busy day at Cala Magraner © Dane



There are seven new crags in the sport climbing section including the superb Es Verger and a number of other great smaller venues. There is also a full new crag's worth of climbing at Puig de Garrafa with quality routes across the grade range. Other crags have new lines and the odd new buttress. added. The guide also contains a full Deep Water Soloing guide which has been updated and now combines the coverage given to Mallorca in the Rockfax Book Deep Water, and the 2008 MiniGuide Mallorca Deep Water Soloing.
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Is anything at this crag in the shade during the day? I'm going to be visiting in August (I know, crazy) and am trying to find anything that would be climbable
franklin - 03/Aug/15
Nice crag but the walk in was very overgrown and quite difficult to find. Beware of where you swim in the sea here, about 50-75m off shore there is a rip tide that will drag you towards the rocks on the left side - I got caught in this and it was not fun, be careful!
Robheirene - 11/Jul/15
After your session of climbs you should go for a swim out the bay. Approx. 50m(?)ish out on the left is what looks like a small sea 'cave'. Climb out on the left side where the roof meets the wall. Not so hard climbing but pretty sharp. Atop the 'cave' is a nice flat section of ground suitable to jump from. Awesome. :)
sneaks - 23/Aug/09
Don't park in the space beside those mailboxes - we did and got our tyres slashed for the priviledge. Plus we didnt pay the extra 20euro for tyre insurance so we're £200 out of pocket. Not cool.
Conor1 - 12/Jun/08
Parking details in the 2006 ROCKFAX guide is a bit out of date. The "tiny lay-by" actually has room for around 10 cars now, using both sides of the road, and the rickety stile is immediately at the right-hand end of the wall as you face it. If you drive past a right-hand turn with a row of mailboxes, you have gone 100m too far.
Nick Smith - UKC - 17/Mar/08
Hello, we recently visited this crag! the guide book we had gave the aproach as being down a lane! well now that has changed! about 800m further along the road from the origonal aproach is a rather iffy looking home made (made from a couple ot twigs that had fallen of a couple of olive trees!) style and then a good path which takes you too the base of the crag as before! The local farmer was resonably helpful in pointing you in the right direction! Antony
Antony Wood - 27/Nov/05
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
 Sector Cueva 
2Un tio conflictiu7a 4
3Wall and Bulge7c+ * 
4Nameless7c+ * 
5Imagine7c **2
6TNT8a **1
7Dingo7c+ ***1
8Tufa Big7b+ ***4
9Sand Bag7b+ *** 
10Delicatessan Right-hand7b 2
11Right-hand Roof 17a 2
12Right-hand Roof 27b  
 Far Left 
15Far Left 27b  
16Lagoon7a 1
 Sector Sense Voler 
18Sol5a *36
19Viento6a *30
20y Mar6a+ 5
21Body Fatigue6c * 
22Metal Fatigue7a+ * 
23Lladre de somnis6c  
24Ratanuit6a+ *20
25Sense Voler6a *30
26Diagonal Pockets6a+ **25
27Tiny6b *8
28The Big Red Stain6c  
29Tootsie6b+ *4
30Mou els peus6b+ *2
31Miguelín el travieso6c * 
32En pas descanse5c **52
33Seventeen6a 2
 Sector Pipiricot 
35Cave Left7a+ *10
36Cave Right6b **32
37Sa nyoscla6a *103
38Paramuero5c *166
39Herbofilia4a *195
40Jardiners sense fronteres3 ***216
41Perelló4c *178
42Pixotades per ses galtes6c+ *3
43Penta6c+ *1
44Galiana m'engana6c *2
45Sa sesta6b+ **10
46Pipiricot6b+ **2
47Wall and Groove5c *65
48Florinotto5c *60
49Crack5c *53
50Reachy6b+ *6
 Sector Xorics 
52Only you6c+ **22
53The Juggy One5c **192
54Joc de mans7a *18
55Not Dangerous6b 20
56Nautilus6a **98
57Xorics6b+ ***117
58Xorics Right6b *7
59Repusai6a **74
60Beachcomber6a **69
61Ses tres Maries6a+ ***164
62Asquí6a **38
63Asulla6b+ **61
64Asulla (to 1st lower off)
4c 9
65L'amo de Baltix m'envia6a **141
66Captain Nemo5c **114
67Jetsam5c *44
68El vigilant de la platja4a ***165
69Clásica5a **72
70Ses panxetes6a *23
71Pilla, pilla5c *19
72The final line6b+ 1
 Unknown Routes 
74Port Forana 5c 1
5a 1
76Sa nyoscia
6a *2
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