Ermita de Betl'lem Rock Climbing
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Betl'lem is a small crag (60+ routes) that overlooks the entire Bay of Alcudia, from the northeast corner of the island. The two sectors face northwest and can be climbed year round. The rock is a white calcareous limestone that has a large variety of climbing from vertical pocket pulling to a large cave with stalactites and tufas.
Getting There [Edit]
Head north out of Arta following the signs to Ermita de Betl'lem. The road is narrow and climbs a small hill, when the sea comes into view look for a dirt pullout on the right. Park here and cross the road to a dirt track blocked by rocks. Follow this track for about 10 minutes and the crag will come into view.
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