This line is not quite as good as the classic "Mayling" to the right, but its a bit easier & quite fun on great stone. Follow a slightly leaning line of pockets up to a big hole. Long reaches between great, polished pockets lead to a thin, slabby bit just before the horizontal break. Stand up awkwardly under the bulge to reach the anchor.
At the right end of the L'Olla cliff is a tight collection of routes behind a wall of trees, located to the right of where the approach trail meets the cliff. This is the second route from the left end of the cliff, sharing the first bolt & anchor with "Cap Rapat".