This week’s walk led by my lovely daughter Gemma takes us on a historical journey starting from the stunning Cala Bassa. We’ll discover secret pirate caves once used by smugglers – let’s hope we also find a little treasure! – and a 12^th century pirate tower plus some secret little beaches, swimming spots, incredible views of Es Vedra and maybe even a lady living in a cave…
We set off from the car park behind Cala Bassa beach on Friday 14 November at 11.00.
MEETING POINT: Car park at Cala Bassa beach near CBBC
MEETING POINT MAP: http://bit.ly/1qA5NaC
This walk is approx.10kms and is very flat with only some little hills. It should take around 3-4 hours.
LUNCH: Please bring a packed lunch – we’ll stop to eat on a beautiful beach and for those who dare, there’s the option to swim too.
What to bring:
a small backpack for:
– at least 1.5 litres of water
– a packed lunch
– some snacks to keep you going
– good footwear that have been worn in
– sun hat if required
– sun lotion
DONATION: The walks are by donation (suggested €10 per person) or what you feel the guided walk is worth to you!
DOGS: If you have a lovely well trained dog please bring them along. They will need to be on a lead on the few roads.
INSURANCE: I have liability insurance, but your safety is your responsibility and you must ensure you are covered by medical insurance prior to coming on the walk.
Let us know if you have any questions.
Lots of love and hugs
*Watch out for details of a special children’s walk happening this Saturday 15 November.
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