Sa Calobra to Torrent de Pareis

Sa Calobra to Torrent de Pareis

This is a short but quite a spectacular hike that is best to undertake in the early morning. Sa Calobra and Torrent de Pareis are major attractions on the island which means it can get very busy.

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Sa_Calobra to Torrent de Pareis

Sa Calobra to Torrent de Pareis

About the hike

This hike is a great alternative for those who are not able or willing to do the 5-hour trek through the entire canyon but still want to see the impressive features of Torrent de Pareis.

It takes around 1,5h on easy terrain. Some of the scrambling can be challenging so ensure you have comfortable shoes. Apart from the impressive rock features, you will be able to enjoy a pebbly beach with an out-of-this-world ambience. This can be ruined by the crowds of people who are entitled to the same nature treats hence we recommend going during the week, not in peak season or be there early or late.

There is also the downside of paid parking, in case you are a vagabond.

Any more questions, drop us a line and we will be more than happy to help.

This trail can be combined with Hiking to Cala Tuent Tower also available on our Balkan Vagabondz wikloc profile.

Location and details
  • Distance: 3,42 km
  • Max Elevation: 87m     
  • Min Elevation: -54m

Wikilog Trail Map ~ From Sa Calobra to Torrent de Pareis ~

Please use the map trail if you are self-guiding this adventure.

~ Available transport ~

Arriving by boat from Sóller: Barcos Azules

Arriving by bus from Can Picafort. April to October, Monday to Saturday, 9AM – 12:45, departure from Sa Calobra – 15:00. Please double – check with the tourist office.

What to bring?
  • Small backpack
  • Sunscreen
  • Sun hat (advised)
  • Sunglasses
  • Water bottle (1,5l)
  • Comfy approach/walking shoes/light boots
  • Food (snack & lunch)
  • Comfortable clothes
  • Headtorch
Safety Advice
  • Before setting off, consult the weather forecast. Do not set off in adverse weather conditions.
  • If you are alone, tell people where you are going and when you expect to return. Wear suitable clothes, take appropriate equipment, water and sufficient high-energy food.
  • Take a mobile phone with a fully charged battery and a torch.
  • Avoid wandering from the track or path, follow the traditional signs.
  • Take your physical condition into account and conserve your energy for the return trip.
  • Wear footwear that supports your ankles and make sure the ground you step on is firm. Be on the lookout for rockfalls.
  • Avoid any places that seem dangerous.
  • Do not light fires in the woods.