Altitude 8m a.s.l
Busy day at Cala Magraner © Dane
Cala Magraner is located in a lovely beachside position on the southeast coast amidst some of the tourist hotspots, and climbing here can take on a real holiday atmosphere. The climbs for the most part are technical wall climbs, usually encompassing tricky fingery cruxes, although there are a couple of steeper sections. There are some pleasant, easy slabs for beginners, and loads in the middle grades. The swimming is excellent. Be careful leaving any gear in your vehicle, as cars
Do NOT park in the dirt track leading to several Villa's just along the road from the path to Cala Magraner. Several cars have been damaged as a protest by the locals.
There is now plenty of room near the path to the beach :)
Heed the advice in the guidebook, there is a high chance your car will get broken into, even if you park on the road. Leave no valuables on display.
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