Solidarity Walk

Solidarity Walk IFCC 2021

Walking Challenge to support cancer patients and their families in Ibiza y Formentera

On December 2021 (12/12/2021), two walks at various fitness levels will be held.

Meeting Point:   Cala Llonga Beach @ 10.00 hrs

Register and donate 5€ per person

All solidarity walk will adhere to Covid-19 regulations. Good walking shoes, walking stick and water are recommended.

Phone our helpline for further information, Monday – Friday 10-12 hrs   666 991 336

LEVEL A (Easy) Sol d’en Sera

Distance: 4.5 Km

Height Gain: 60 metre

Duration: 1 hour and 20 minutes

Good walking shoes, walking stick and water are recommended,

We will depart from Cala Llonga beach  along the main road in the direction of Santa Eulalia, We then take the Left turn after the Pharmacy passing below Urbanisation Asparagus, soon we join a path leading to Camino de Torrent, here we turn right and take the next fork right passing the pumping station take the next left and left again, passing Can Mosson on the right and the Depuradora.  We again join the Camino de Torrent, skirting around part of the golf course.  Then turn left, following a pathway to the car park of Rte. Amante. Looking out to the sea there is a view of Formentera. Return to Cala Llonga on the main road.

LEVEL B (Moderate/Streneous) Cala Llonga- Sal d‘en Serra- Cala D’Olivera

Distance: 6 Km

Height Gain: 190 m

Duration: 2 hours

Good walking shoes, stick and water recommended.

This walk begins at the car park on Cala Llonga beach, we walk in the direction of Sal d’en Serra on the tarmac road, on reaching Rst. Amante we cross the carpark to take the cliff walk with beautiful sea views, there is one steep climb here which has to be walked with care, we will take a few short breaks on the climb to rest and enjoy the view.

We then decent to Cala D’Olivera and take a short break before walking on the camino in the direction of Roca Lisa. After 1 Km we take the path along the ridge of Puig des Moltons with views of the valley and surrounding hills also enjoy the wild lavender and rosemary which is abundant on this route, at the end of this path there is a steep decent on which we have to be careful we also pass an old lime kiln. This brings us back to Rst. Amante and we return to Cala Llonga on the main road.

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If you wish to support IFCC Cancer Services donations can be made directly into the account:

IBIZA Y FORMENTERA CONTRA EL CÁNCER

BANCA MARCH

ES98 0061 0030 6407 1867 0114

    This initiative will raise funds for for IFCC to maintain its Cancer Support Services to cancer patients many of whom are experiencing additional challenges during this pandemic.