Es Camell is a sight at an altitude of over 500 metres, a bizarre rock formation in the form of a camel. At least one can possibly read such a figure out of it. Far away from the "Ballermann", the hiker can enjoy an interesting karst landscape scenery.
The limestone is traversed by so-called grooved carts, a consequence of erosion. Nearby is the so-called "Cova de sa Cometa des Morts" - "Cave of the Dead" - and the monastery Santuari de Santa Maria de Lluc, so the complete name, a place of pilgrimage in the mountains of the Serra de Tramuntana in the northwest of the island. If you had to take a closer look when you get the chance.
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Camel Rock, Santa Fé; USA; (Photographer: Chauncey Davis)
Camelhead Rock; Yehliu Geopark, North Coast of Taiwan; (>> Source; wikimedia; Photographer: Bernard Gagnon)
Camelhead Rock Formation; Devrent/Turkey; (>> Source; wikimedia; © José Luiz Bernardes Ribeiro / CC BY-SA 3.0)
Petrified Forest National Park Arizona / Navajo County; (>> Source; wikimedia; © Diego Delso / CC BY-SA 3.0)
The Camel Mountain Formation in Guilin's Seven Star Park (China); (>> Source; wikimedia; © Rcdewiki / CC BY-SA 3.0)
Camel island form in Dubai; >> Source
The camel's back; Causeway Head, Aird and Tonduff, Nordirland; (>> Picture Source)
The loaded camel; near the Isles of Scilly (st Marys) Airport, Great Britagin; (>> Picture Source)
Camel rock; Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexiko; (>> Picture source; wikimedia; Photographer: Rhythmnation2004)