After pick up by bus, the route starts near Canutells (carretera de Binidal), where the bus will drop you off to the start of the route surrounded by a small forest of elms, a type of tree that usually grows near rivers .In the coastal cape of Caparrot de Forma, there are two large archaeological sites from the Talayotic era: a coastal settlement and a necropolis formed by numerous artificial caves dug into the cliffs.
We cross the Biniparrax ravine that leads into a small sandy beach with a diversity of important plants that enhance the landscape. We arrive at the Binisafuller village that runs along a coastal road in the south east area that links the towns of Binibquer, Biniancolla and Son Ganxo.It is worth stopping in the village of Binibquer Vell, a picturesque and renowned tourist resort with its narrow streets and white houses, where you can stop to take a couple of photos.Between Biniancolla and Binibiqur is the reef of Cargol, a danger for unsuspecting navigators, and guilty, in the past, of numerous shipwrecks and scares. The route continues along the sea from where we will see lIlla de lAire, an islet located in front of Punta Prima, easily identifiable by its lighthouse. In this islet there is an endemic gecko, better known in Menorca, as black sargantana, which, when moved away from its habitat, changes its dark coloration due to the typical greenish coloration of the common lizards. The route ends at the tourist resort of Punta Prima where the bus will pick you up at 5.00pm.