This refuge of the Dry Stone Route GR 221 is situated in the town of Pollença, near the mountain stream Torrent de Sant Jordi, the refuge is housed in what used to be the municipal abattoir, and is an excellent starting point for sightseeing in the old part of Pollença itself. There are a great many places of interest such as the ancient, Roman bridge which gives the refuge its name and which the inhabitants of Pollença would cross to get to L’Horta de Cubelles, the 365 steps up the hill of Calvari, which take you up to the 18th century chapel of the same name, with its sculptural group, dated 1448.
You can also visit the town hall, a building that formerly was the Jesuit monastery of Monti-sion. At the edge of the historic centre stands the Can Desbrull tower, surrounded by a garden of autochthonous plants. Next to this public space is the former Dominican monastery that is the site of the Municipal Museum and hosts the Pollença Music Festival.
Accommodation & services
Explotaciones Turísticas Costa Nord S.L.
Pollença, 53 m
4 dormitories (two 8-bed room, one 12-bed room, 6-bed room & 4-bed room)
Dinning hall and activities room
Toilets, showers, electricity, hot water, heating, Wi-Fi, phone and chimney
Accommodation and catering
Supplement on bed linen and towels
Architecture without barriers. Disabled toilet
Dormitories until 16 y.o:
Bed linen hiring:
Bath towels hiring:
*Per person, with shower service
throughout the week prior booking
de 8:00 a 9:00 h
at 1:30 pm
at 8:30 pm
The refuges close their doors at:
10 pm (silence at 11pm)
before 10 am