Climbs 43
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 84m a.s.l
Faces W

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After a days DWS at Sa Colabra, Mallorca © Paul Phillips - UKC and UKH

Crag features

Brilliant cave and walls near Port Soller.
This Crag has reopened since the construction of the hotel above in 2012

Approach notes

Approach Update April 2009 - The new road tunnel takes you away from the harbour area but actually makes finding the crag easier. Just follow your nose heading generally rightwards and you will pop out on the road leading up to the bar where you park.

The routes in sector nuevo have all had their first bolt removed and tagged with a notice saying the anchors are in poor condition and they shouldn’t be climbed
Dean177 - 04/Jun/19
Hotel is apparently finished and there seem to be no access issues as of December 2012. Really good climbing, but venue is spoilt by the building waste, pooey areas and general doss detritus at the base.
funsized - 22/Jan/14
We climbed there at the weekend but it was a mission getting to the crag (over an hour) from the other end, worth going somewhere else while the hotel is being finished, shame as some great climbing here...
Chad123 - 23/Oct/11
This crag is now closed. The construction of the hotel complex extends right up to the bar blocking access and climbing is no longer permitted. The hotel is apparently due for completion spring 2012, but given that construction started 15 - 20 years ago, it may not be. It is unknown if climbing will be allowed once the hotel is complete.
Geoff F - 20/Sep/11
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