From Alcúdia and Port d’Alcúdia, the phenomenally beautiful Cap des Pinar thrusts eastward into the deep blue and, together with Cap de Formentor away to the north, encloses the Badia de Pollença within its embrace. The cape bristles with Aleppo pine woods at its eastern end as it rises to precipitous cliffs. Its walking trails are hands down some of the most spectacular on the island. The headland is military land and off-limits, but the rest is well worth it.
From Alcúdia, head northeast through residential Mal Pas and Bonaire to a scenic route that stretches to Cap des Pinar. After 1.5km of winding coastal road east of Bonaire you reach the beach and bar-restaurant of S’Illot. A little further on, there are turn-offs to Albergue La Victòria and Ermita de La Victòria.