After years of visiting other people’s caches in this wonderful and remote part of Mallorca, I decided to place a cache here myself. Approach is by car to Betlem, parking on the only road in as far as you can go East, then going by foot taking the trail up the gravel stony track ahead of you to the North East. This trail rises up and down and follows initially one of the nicest walks I know in Mallorca, and I know many. Reaching a deserted and ruined shepherds hut, you follow a well defined stony path uphill. The views here become ever more spectacular. The track is close to dry stone walls, and crosses them in places. Please note that the cache is NOT hidden inside any wall, and even though most of the are in bad repair and in tumble down condition, there is NO need to pull stones off any walls to look for the cache. (The cache may however be very near a wall). The route to the cache and back will take a gentle hour or two, strong shoes sensible as the stones are rough in places. The usual precautions of taking water in hot weather apply . Please note that the wide track at the start follows a cliff edge, and children and dogs must be supervised. (The track is wide enough for a Jeep, although none are allowed, so there is no problem walking sensibly here). I have left many trinkets in the medium sized cach box to start things off, including two compasses and many obsolete foreign coins from around the world. Although I live in UK, I come to Mallorca many times a year and hope to keep the box in order.