Torre de Cap Andritxol is a former watchtower located in a privileged setting at the top of a rocky peninsula of same name, at an altitude of 182 meters.
Torre de Cap Andritxol was built in 1582 as part of Mallorca’s defenses against pirates from North Africa and Turkey that attacked the island on a regular basis.
Torre de Cap Andritxol can be reached via a marked path, the climbs are soft and can therefore be done by the vast majority with normal fitness, without any problems or challenges.
Arriving at the tower, you will be able to enjoy the unique views of the Mediterranean and look down on Camp de Mar and Peguera. Under the Torre de Cap Andritxol, you will find the unspoilt and “secret” little beach, Caló d’en Monjo, where a dip is obvious.
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The area of Andratx is both diverse and versatile, and attracts a broad audience. The two main destinations in Andratx, are the old town and the lush marina area of Port d’Andratx. both with each their very own charm and appeal. The area surrounding the old town is full of scenic wildlife with direct access to many hiking routes and roads that leads further up in the Tramuntana. Port d’Andratx enjoys a romantic setting in an isolated cove at the feet of the mountain range and a more vibrant atmosphere with the bars and restaurants here. Andratx has a nice handful of points of interest to explore, as well as some art museums worth visiting if you are fond of cultural offers.