We start in the valley of Santa Agnes with its almond trees and red earth, before heading into the forest, along beautiful winding paths with ancient walls and one of the largest preserved lime kilns on the island.
You will soon see the sea and the wild and rugged coastline. The old fishermen's path winds its way down to the sea, where you can find some old fishermen's boat houses. The perfect place to rest and swim, before climbing up. Climbing up a little trodden path leads to a lost village with terraces, ruins of houses and even its own fresh water spring.
The small trail continues to hug the cliffs, offering breathtaking views at every turn. This trail was discovered by a family friend of our guide Tim's, Bill Moffit, in the late 1960s. He took Tim's parents there and we've called it Bill's Paradise ever since.
Recommendation: Enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner at the Puertas del Cielo restaurant.
Not suitable for people with a fear of heights. Swimming is possible, rubber shoes are recommended.
A private tour for up to 6 people. For each extra person, a supplement of €10 will be added.
Distance: 6 km
Duration: 3 hours