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Sa Calobra - Torrent de Pereis
Mallorca

The Torrent de Pareis is possibly the finest walk in Mallorca. The high rocky walls, the limestone caves, the smooth, water-eroded rocks and the trees which manage to survive in this harsh environment.

Copyright: Wojciech Fuchs
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