|The Mirador de Ses Barques (400 m) offers a magnificent view over the bay of Port de Sóller.|
From the viewpoint a hiking trail can reach in 4:00 to 5:30 walk the heavenly Kill Creek, first take the old path of Balitx (Camí Vell de Balitx) on that winds along the cornice terraces of olive trees to the old farm of Upper Balitx (Balitx d'Amunt), then to that of Balitx Middle (Balitx d'En Mig), this ruined farmhouse remains a living testimony past, where you can walk in the middle of the old oil press, the flour mill and outbuildings where seasonal staying.
The trail then descends steeply to Lower Balitx (Balitx d'Avall), a fortified farm dating back to the sixteenth century, which today offers food and shelter in a bucolic setting. You can also enjoy fresh orange juice. A feature of the house is its watchtower that was part of the defense system of the Majorcan coast against attacks by Barbary pirates.
Reached Balitx d'Avall, it is possible to make a detour around the Na Seca, the tower of the island of Majorca located at the highest altitude (521 m). After Balitx d'Avall the steep descent continues to the valley of Balitx and the pass of Biniamar with its grove of oaks. The trail offers spectacular views of the coast and then moved to the village of Sa Costera. Thereafter, the road runs along the coast and passes near the hydroelectric plant, Sa Fabrica d'Electricitat, which provided electricity Sóller up in the 60s. The water from the mountains, which was once used to generate electricity, is now led by subsea pipelines to Sóller and then redirected to Palma.
After an hour's walk along the coast, the trail descends on the quiet cove of Cala Tuent bathed by emerald green waters.
Since the cove Kill it is possible to return by boat to Port de Sóller.