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Mallorca Camino de Santiago

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Frances(15,16,18)CheminduPuy(16) Portuguese(16 VDLP(17)Primitivo(17)Ireland-3000K(18) Norte18Vasco17
A Camino de Santiago was “officially” opened in Mallorca that extends from Lluc to Palma and you then take the Ferry to Barcelona and pick up the Camino Catalan. Does anyone know this route? I am assuming now it is just the GR221? Looking for any information as I may try to walk it starting in a few days?
 

Via2010

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06/07 & 12 Camino Francés, 08-10 Via de la Plata, 13/14 & 17 Camino Portugués, 18 Camino Primitivo
Hi Kevin,
I did sections of the GR 221 a few years ago and thus I am sure, that the Camino must be something different. The GR 221 follows the westcoast from Port d'Andratx to Pollenca, via Esporles, Valdemossa, Deia, Port de Soller, Embalse de Cuber (Refugio Tossals Verds), Lluc.
Here you find more detailled Information on that: GR221

It seems, that the Camino from Lluc to Palma offers two alternatives, one via Selva and Caimari, the other via Orient and Bunyola.German Newspaper Camino di Mallorca

I found this in Wikiloc: Wikiloc
 
Camino(s) past & future
Frances(15,16,18)CheminduPuy(16) Portuguese(16 VDLP(17)Primitivo(17)Ireland-3000K(18) Norte18Vasco17
Hi Kevin,
I did sections of the GR 221 a few years ago and thus I am sure, that the Camino must be something different. The GR 221 follows the westcoast from Port d'Andratx to Pollenca, via Esporles, Valdemossa, Deia, Port de Soller, Embalse de Cuber (Refugio Tossals Verds), Lluc.
Here you find more detailled Information on that: GR221

It seems, that the Camino from Lluc to Palma offers two alternatives, one via Selva and Caimari, the other via Orient and Bunyola.German Newspaper Camino di Mallorca

I found this in Wikiloc: Wikiloc
Hi Kevin,
I did sections of the GR 221 a few years ago and thus I am sure, that the Camino must be something different. The GR 221 follows the westcoast from Port d'Andratx to Pollenca, via Esporles, Valdemossa, Deia, Port de Soller, Embalse de Cuber (Refugio Tossals Verds), Lluc.
Here you find more detailled Information on that: GR221

It seems, that the Camino from Lluc to Palma offers two alternatives, one via Selva and Caimari, the other via Orient and Bunyola.German Newspaper Camino di Mallorca

I found this in Wikiloc: Wikiloc

Thanks. I too have done most of the GR221 and it is a lovely walk. I may just go through Lluc though and take the GR221 in its entirety to near Palma or one of these new Caminos
 

Via2010

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Camino(s) past & future
06/07 & 12 Camino Francés, 08-10 Via de la Plata, 13/14 & 17 Camino Portugués, 18 Camino Primitivo
I may just go through Lluc though and take the GR221 in its entirety to near Palma or one of these new Caminos
Actually it does not seem to be a newly created camino, but just taking the traditional pilgrim route from Palma to Lluc monastery ("Cami vell de Lluc") in the opposite direction. From Lluc to Tossals Verds it seems to coincide with the GR 221.
 

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