Sa Mola de Felanitx is a long line of white limestone that overlooks the town of Felanitx. The crag has been climbed on for years but recently it has received a complete overhaul and now possesses over 40 very good, well-bolted routes with many in the lower grades. The rock formations offer some fascinating climbing on white walls and sculpted rock often with honeycomb pocket features of all shapes and sizes. The crag environment is extremely pleasant, the cliff base being clean, flat and partially shaded by trees. It is now one of the better low grade climbing venues on the island. Thanks to Armin and Kerstin Helbach for their efforts and who also have accommodation nearby -


Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Sa Mola de Felanitx Routes
The orange and white rock has been well developed to give some superb routes offering a variety of...
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