Punta de n'Amer
Punta de n'Amer
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StridingThrough
4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021
After seeing photos of this place we decided we’d walk up there. It’s a fair walk in the heat but nothing too difficult. As well as the little castle up there was a restaurant were we had a well deserved cold drink with amazing views.
Written 25 August 2021
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GavN
21 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
Fantastic place for walking - I spent ages exploring the trails. Nice wee cafe at the castle too. Need to be careful with some of map boards as the "you are here" marker isn't always in the right place : )
Written 4 July 2023
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ChrisfromUK
Poole, England29 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Couples
From the land side, this area looks rather scrubby and uninviting, but once we got off the main track, it became much more interesting with masses of wild flowers, including wild gladioli and several others that we didn't recognise. We also heard lots of bird song. The first time we visited was from the end by Sa Coma beach and we walked up to the castle at the top where there is also a well-patronised cafe. The second time, we approached the area from Cala Millor and found quite a different landscape of sand dunes. This time we ignored the castle area and followed several minor tracks across the dunes. We were even lucky enough to spot a Mallorcan tortoise which obligingly stood still so we could photograph it!
Written 23 April 2016
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Me Myself I
Ghent, Belgium38 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
You can make this walk as easy or difficult as you want. If you stay on the main road (directly to the castle) it's a quite easy walk. If you prefer real nature and nice sea views, it's best to walk near the sea and over the rocks. We have spend few hours walking and having a drink in the castle's bar.
Written 8 October 2018
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James R
Charing, UK122 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Family
The Nature Park of Punta de N’Amer is a peninsula between Cal Millor and Sa Coma. It has a watchtower with a moat (despite the title it hardly qualifies as a castle). It’s possible to ascend the tower from the inside, and get beautiful views over Cala Millor. Unfortunately, in summer, cars come up the track, rather spoiling the walk, and proving to be hazard should you walk with a dog.
At the foot of the tower is a cafe/bar, fine for a drink, but don’t expect too much choice on the food menu. There is no table service, you order food and drinks at the bar, pay up front, and get a number. You find a table either out in the open in the sun, or under the porch in the shade. Then your number will be called, and you collect at the bar and take it to your table. Incredibly, table numbers are called in German - too bad if you only speak Spanish, English or something else! Food is basic, (sausage and chips, hamburger and chips, egg and chips, tuna salad, etc). Nothing really wrong with it, but very poor value for money. E.g. One sausage and half a plate of chips cost a whopping €8,50! The draught beer is weak and watery, stick with a bottle of your favourite.
One can’t help feel, that the place takes advantage of being the only place to eat or drink within 2 or 3 km, and win their customers because of its location. Don’t make point of going just for the food.
Written 26 March 2018
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Andrew C
Aintree, UK428 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Family
To get to the castle from SA Coma you walk through a beautiful nature reserve. We walked with our two year old and it took about 40mins to get to the top. The views are great and free to do
Written 24 June 2019
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timlove
Coventry, UK69 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018
We recently visited this place and was very impressed and pleased that we did. We decided to walk from cala bona, which included stopping for refreshments because it is a good distance. not sign posted as we went on recommendation, The walk took us about 1 and half hours as we are not generally frequent walkers.
When we got there we were very impressed on what we found. A beautiful setting with fantastic views, which can be improved by going to the top of the turret. Our time was spent having a lovely lunch and drink at the restaurant while soaking up the view. Don't forget to say hello to the beautiful parrot.
Written 19 August 2018
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Chelby
Witham, UK18 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Couples
Visited today after being recommended by our holiday neighbours.
So glad we came. A wonderful view and a lovely 400 year old castle which has sensational views from the ramparts.
Be sure to take water on the walk if it's in peak times but there is a lovely little cafe at the top with very reasonable prices considering the captive market.
Written 16 August 2018
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Moonpuddle
Nr Edinburgh159 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Solo
You feel miles away from tourist areas here. It sits between the resorts of Sa Coma and Cala Millor but you wouldn't realise how close they are. So many paths criss cross over it and there is the welcome cafe bar at the top if you find yourself at the castle. There are great views from this point.

The paths are just about buggy friendly depending which ones you take but not really suitable for wheelchairs. There are areas which are quite open so make sure you have sun screen and perhaps a bottle of water with you. There is parking adjacent to it in either resort.

Best of all its free!

Written 14 May 2017
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LadyWardOfHouseWard
London, UK5 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2015 • Solo
I have absolutely no idea what this is about but it was very interesting and they do marvellous wine in The Cambridgeshire Stock Room of the Nasty Cat Pub, which is not too far from here.

There were points where I was walking and felt I was living on Mars with dinosaurs, but that is purely speculation on my part. Perhaps the wine and Spanish heat combined to make this happen.

Regards,

Lady Ward of House Ward
Written 11 December 2015
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