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Mirador Torre De Ricardo Roca Between Andraitx And Estellencs

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Between Andraxtx and estellencs through the serra de tramuntana you can find the mirador torre de ricardo roca

Mirador torre de ricardo roca has been probably a watchtower before. In the old time majorca there were many  watchtowers , to warn the villagers  of pirate attacks.

The road will then continue through banyalbufar to valdemossa

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