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Altitude 54m a.s.l
Natalie Berry making a smooth ascent of American (7b) in the atmospheric cave of Sector Oasis at Cala Llamp. © Alan James
Cala Llamp is a collection of crags that are dotted across the southern headland of the bay that holds the resort of the same name. Access to the various crags is fairly complex and only two of the sectors are covered here. Sector Oasis has a very good selection of harder climbs ranging from some worthwhile grade 6s and 7s to a handful of super-steep grade 8s. Sector Iniciación is a small sector but has some reasonable easier lines and a fine outlook.
Drive to Port d'Andratx and pick up signs towards Cala Llamp. Follow this road steeply uphill through an area which has a lot of building work and continue driving straight on as it turns into a dirt track, and the crag appears on your left. Keep going on here to the parking at the end in a large bay which is unfortunately often used as an unofficial dumping spot.
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