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Cala Bóquer, an untouched cove near the Port de Pollença

Cala Bóquer is an small rocky inlet accessible after approximately an hour through the valley of the same name. The way goes through a private property. The road starts in Port de Pollença. At the left of the Formentor road there is a path surrounded by pine trees, that is the entrance to the "Possessió de Bóquer" (Bóquer's Property).

Once there, crossing an iron gate, passing through two big rocks and after the green pine trees area, we can observe the archeologic jewel of the area, a group of one of the most important nave style constructions known and a lime oven that was active until 1935.

We arrive to the "Cases de la Vall" (Valley Houses) from where the hole called "L'ull de Bou" (The Ox eye) of the "Cavall Bernat" (Bernat's Horse) can be seen. Nearby we find the "Font de la Cala" (Inlet's Fountain) from where the way to Cala Bóquer and the "Cova del Vellmar" (Old Sea Cave) begins.

GPS: 39.9286,3.0964