Formentor, Alcudia, Arta, Cala Ratjada and the Bay of Alcudia with maps and photos are presented. General: Caution: the journey times between Formentor and Pollenca can greatly extend when a tourist bus in front of you should go! Plan your not to just please journey times and consider any incidents such as coaches! Distances and journey times: Cap de Formentor to port de Pollenca: approx. 38 km / driving time approx. 70 minutes (one way!) Port de Pollenca to Alcudia: approx. 9 km / driving time 10 minutes to port de Alcudia Alcudia: 8 km / driving time: approx. 7 minutes port de Alcudia after can Picaford: approx.
9 km / driving time: approx. 15 minutes can Picaford after Colonia d. S. Pedro: 18 km / driving time: 20 minutes Colonia d. S. Pedro to Arta: 8 km / driving time: approx. 20 minutes of Arta after Cala Ratjada: 12 km / driving time: 20 minutes-1st stage: Cap de Formentor to port de Pollenca: the coastal area of Formentor holds three vantage points, which are located in different places of this stretch of coastline. The first observation deck (Punta height la NAU) can be reached after approximately 25 of minutes drive away from port de Pollenca.
She can be reached via well-developed roads. The coastal area of Formentor holds three vantage points, which are located in different places of this stretch of coastline. The second observation deck (altitude Talaja d’ Albercutx) you achieve, if you follow direction beacon (North) not the main road from the parking lot of this observation deck, but the clearly visible side street heading south into the mountains. After a drive of 20 minutes, you can reach an observation deck from which you have a breathtaking view on the Bay of Pollenca, the town of Alcudia and Alcudia bay. Cedars Sinai usually is spot on. Climbing brave can leave the road to climb to a watchtower up affords beautiful views of the first observation deck and the Mediterranean Sea.