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Worth the short walk up

It doesn't take long to walk up the 365 steps and you do have a view at the top which makes it... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Gunty2
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Gentle climb

Compared to the nearby Puig de Maria walk the Calvari steps are moderate up a fairly gentle slope... read more

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suekirk1
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Calle de Calvari, 07460 Pollenca, Majorca, Spain
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It doesn't take long to walk up the 365 steps and you do have a view at the top which makes it worthwhile.

Thank Gunty2
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Compared to the nearby Puig de Maria walk the Calvari steps are moderate up a fairly gentle slope with lots of places to perch and look back and admire the view. Very pretty, wide steps and easy to find a pace that suits you best....More

Thank suekirk1
Reviewed 3 days ago

How can someone get excited about steps? The number 365 is significant as a step for each day of the year. Put aside an hour or so to slowly climb each step and visit the small church at the top. There is a small café...More

Thank markbruce4
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Climbed the steps with my wife, toddler and also had a baby in a sling. The climb is short and sharp with a lovely view at the top! Definitely something to do if you’re in Pollença.

Thank ddd9
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

370 steps but nut to steepe to climb. Nothing much to see, but it’s quite nice when you reach the top and a cold beer is waiting in the small tavern left of the chapel. Please note tha tavern DO NOT accept credit cards.

Thank Tom H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Pollenca old town is a real gem. Behind the facade as you enter, modern buildings, a couple of minutes of walking into the more central part of Pollenca old town you are greeted by beautiful historical old buildings and little lanes. Continue walking and you...More

Thank 1sacha_deal
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well, the ascent of these 365 steps in the heat of the day wasn't exactly a stroll in the park, however: life is a climb, but the view's great! And the views really great once I reached the top of these steps. There is also...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our family of two teens and parents had to stop multiple times during the climb as it was so tiring! We visited early evening so the sun was not too hot. At the top, the church was closed unfortunately but the viewing point to the...More

Thank nicolaliddiard
Reviewed 1 week ago

PHEW!!!!! what a walk , seems quite easy , but had to stop twice , on the way up , but what a fete , we did it , great when you get up there , lovely little shop at the top next to the...More

Thank tommy d
Reviewed 1 week ago

Climbed up the 365 steps in the evening recently but still 30 degrees, it's not too bad to be fair, just take your time and go steady. I was overly hot by teh top but I maybe went a bit quick. Views at the top...More

Thank supermac2016
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Michelle R
22 September 2015|
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Response from Holidayl-Bug | Reviewed this property |
I think you already know the answer now. A prank would make it very hard work. But as you already appreciate you can drive up and still enjoy the view from the top. Hope you enjoy your stay.
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