After pick up by bus, this stage begins in the parking lot of the Son Bou where the bus will drop you off to the start of the Cam de Cavalls route on the longest beach in Menorca, which, with its 3 km long, forms the area humid rich of aquatic birds, called the Albufera del Prat de Son Bou. On the white sand of the beach sits a Paleo-Christian Basilica that is estimated from the period of the fifth century. Passed the beach of Son Bou, the route takes us to Cala de Llucalari, a small virgin cove that is part of a protected area natural.
A short distance from this route, about 2 km, you can visit the largest Talayotic settlement on the island: Torre den Galms.
Along the route, the Cam de Cavalls crosses Cala en Porter where we find two important ravines: those of Sa Vall and Es Bec in west and the ravine of Cala en Porter in the east, the latter the most extensive of the island with its 12 km long dedicated to the cultivation of fruit trees.
Cala en Porter discovering two completely different environments: from the winding path that the ravines have carved, in the western part of the island, to the flat and slightly hilly part of the east.
The beach of Cala en Porter is located in the tourist resort that has the same name with white sand beach.
On the way we pass fig trees and find Calescoves where there are more than one hundred prehistoric caves, which make it a site of great archaeological interest. Also here, there is a jetty and a coastal settlement from Roman times, surrounded by a prehistoric wall.
The Cam de Cavalls route ends at the tourist resort of Es Canutells where the bus will pick you up at 5.00 pm to return back to Mahon.