|Hiking R1 (brown on the map): Cap de ses Salines - Cala Llombards|
This linear path extends 12.5 km and can be approached both from Cala Llombards since the Cap de Ses Salines.
The route crosses a beautiful completely blank area, which is now protected at European level because of the variety of its flora and fauna. In addition, its waters are part of a marine reserve where the ancient craft of fishing, such as fishing shearling Pearl (Xyrichtys novacula) is always appreciated and where diving provides strong emotions and unforgettable experiences.
The coast is dotted with numerous coves "calas" and small coves "calons" (Caló des Moro, Cala S'Almonia, Cala Figuereta, Cala Marmols, of Olla des Bastons, Racó ca na Bàrbara…), headlands and small cliffs (Punta de Can Barragot, Punta de sa Cresta), caves and other geological and geographical features that always surprise the visitor.
Hiking R2 (in pink on the map): Colónia de Sant Jordi - Cap de ses Salines
This linear route has a length of 9.3 km (18.6 km round trip). This walk along the coast, well known and frequented by locals, is one of the most beautiful and varied that we can do on the island of Majorca.
As soon as we left Colónia de Sant Jordi, sandy beaches of great value as we meet Es Dolç and Es Carbó. Then we reach beautiful beaches such as Cala En Tugores or Platja d'Es Caragol. The walk offers views of many small coastal islands, some of which retain significant archaeological discoveries (Na Guardis, Na Moltona et cetera). The coastal scrub houses Sardinian warblers and thick-knees screaming.
Hiking R3 (purple on the map): Colónia de Sant Jordi - Cala Llombards
This route is designed for cycling. The minimum distance from Colónia de Sant Jordi and Cala Llombards is 16.2 km.
The walk through an agricultural area and livestock, it is basically an agriculture without irrigation, eg cereal crops, carob, almond and fig trees. One can discover windmills, defense towers, caves, talayots and prehistoric remains.
Hiking R4 (yellow on the map): Salinetes - coast of Colónia de Sant Jordi
This almost circular route starts Colónia de Sant Jordi, near the road along the salt marshes of S'Avall. From there, you can go towards Platja d'es Coto and once we reached the coast, continue until you reach the port area of Colónia de Sant Jordi. In all, 4.1 km one travels in a landscape of plains and coastline. At the beginning of the route you can see the salt marshes and salt mounds. In evaporation ponds can often be observed plovers, stilts and ruddy, and it is not uncommon to see some flamingos. On the coast, they are Audouin's gulls, cormorants, terns and even puffins.
Hiking R5 (green on the map): Cap de ses Salines
The Cap de Ses Salines starts at 5.2 km of the road Ma-6100, which runs from Ses Salines to Santanyí. Because of its length, you can do this trip by car to the end of the road to the lighthouse.
The first part of the route passes through many farmland, fields of cereals, especially wheat, and also through the orchards. Approaching the lighthouse can be seen more wild olive trees and finally, we come to a small but dense pine forest. After the lighthouse, the coast is low and rocky with caves.
Especially in autumn, the fields are filled with small birds (African stonechats, northern wheatears, pipits, Bluethroats (Luscinia svecica), flycatchers, shrikes and so on) as well as partridges and thick-knees screaming. The sky is sometimes frequented by booted eagles, hawks and other birds of prey, sea, can often be seen (at certain times of the year, quite frequently) of the Balearic shearwater, the shearwaters, Audouin's gulls and cormorants, to name only the most common birds.
Hiking R6 (blue on the map): Es Trenc - Salobrar - Sa Barrala
Almost circular 13.5 km that can start in different places Route: the village of Covetes, paid parking near the beach of Es Trenc and the seaside resort of Colónia de Sant Jordi.
The beach of Es Trenc is the most unspoiled beach on the island of Mallorca. She has extensive dunes, well preserved seagrass and water blue-green color. Behind the sand dunes and pine forests stand behind these pine forests, salt marshes of Es Salobrar de Campos, offering a fabulous visual and soundscape, due to the large amount of birds that gather there. Once past Es Salobrar a new landscape appears that the walker between farmland Sa Barrala, where wheat and pastures dominate.