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Sunday, July 19, 2015

Geocaching in Mallorca

For our board-game week we returned to Mallorca, where we rented a nice house near Felanitx with a huge pool!

The highlights were our three (half-)days of Geocaching where we visited Lost Places and Secret Caves.

Our first foray brought us to the Monastery of San Salvador from where we had beautiful views of the surrounding countrysides.
Afterwards we hunted for Blackbeard's treasure, which led to a chase all the way to the coast and ended near stunning cliffs with salt deposits on top.

On our way back we stopped at El Palecete, a lost place with many interesting details.

On Thursday we headed to a second bigger Lost Place. La Ponderosa used to be a huge BBQ-restaurant with a lot of interesting wall decorations which are still intact.

We spent over an hour exploring the place and finally found the secret token of admission ;)

The best thing we saved up for our last day. Before the trip Team Breena was able to solve a difficult mystery and so we headed to the coordinates intrigued to see what we could discover. A small opening in the middle of a residential area, brought us into a breathtaking cave with a small underground lake!

This was definitely the coolest Cache we have seen on Mallorca so far!

Not yet tired we continued on to Punta de n'Amer, a peninsula which serves as a nature-sanctuary. There we found another 17 caches, one of which was located near an old castillo and another one in another small cave.

More pictures can be found in my webalbum.

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