tiistai 9. toukokuuta 2017

Rough roads

The Camí de Cavalls is an ancient path of 186 km (116 miles) that encircles the island of Minorca, Spain. This long-distance walking route is the GR 223 of the Senderos de Gran Recorrido network in Spain and it is also use to reach some of the most inaccessible beaches of Menorca. The path is divided in 20 different stages, each of them between 5 and 14 km. All the start and arrival points can be gained access to by road traffic, making possible to cover only one or some stages of the path at a time.

It is also possible to cover the Camí de Cavalls with mountain bike. However, some stages are technically complicated and a good bicycle could be needed.  We chose easier bike trails :)

5 kommenttia:

  1. Congratulations for having done this trail. Looks pretty rough but the sights and scenery must have been worth it.

    abcw team

  2. My goodness, those definitely are ROUGH ROADS.
    They make my legs and feet hurt just looking at them.

  3. What a great double R word---looks fascinating and challenging.

  4. roughs roads....countless... and sometimes life is too

    wonderful choice!!