Torre de Campanitx
In Islas Baleares, Spain
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The former name of the cache was Torre d`'en Valls, because this was the name of the tower I found in different sources. I don't know why but the sign in front of the tower shows another name. So I decided to rename the cache.
This is the first Multi-cache on Ibiza island.
Drive to Pou des Lleó close to the most Eastern point on Ibiza.
We recommend to park at the coordinates N 39°02.109 E 001°36.688 a few meters behind the Salvadò restaurant. You find some shady places there.
Probably you'll need one up to one and a half hours to find the cache. From stage 1 to stage 2 you have to climb over the rocks - so wear good shoes!
Follow the road to the Torre d`e Campanitx at N 39°02.076 E 001°37.138 (15 minutes).
In front of the tower there’s a sign with a number on it. That will give you AB.
There is a QR-Code in one corner. If you scan it and open the webside, the capitals of the third line gives you two of the letters you need later. But you can find the cache without this feature, too!!!
In the middle of the tower is a ring around. Under the ring there are C small windows.
From the backside of the tower you’ll have a beautiful view to the Tagomago island. How many hills (every top is a hill) you can count? This will be D.
Now follow the blue triangles on the ground which start at the tower. They will lead you along a scenic trail to a stone at N 39°02.(D-C)C(B-A) E 001°36.(C+D-A)(C-A)A (45 minutes). Some triangles are hard to discover - so keep your eyes open!
Read the letters on the stone and change them into numbers (a=1, b=2,...)
The lowest number is E, the middle F and the highest G. The letters are not easy to read, so I give you the advice that the sum of the three numbers is 59.
Find the cache at N 39°02.AE E 001°36.(B+C+D+F+G)B.
Nyy yrggref unir qvssrerag ahzoref.
Hfr gur sbgb.
Whfg gjvfg gur yvq.
Last Updated: on 10/22/2017 6:52:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time (1:52 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum