Banyalbufar: the town and Camí des Regants
Starting out from the town square, presided over by the imposing façade of its church, a set of wide steps can be climbed to Es Penyal, a district with houses in traditional style. This is also a vantage point with panoramic views of Banyalbufar and the surrounding hillside terraces. The Camí des Regants road leads off to the east, following Font de la Vila water supply channel.
Below the square is a fortified house called Cas Cosí, together with the courtyard and tower of Sa Baronia. If you go along Carrer del Pont street, you reach an esplanade known as Es Cós, which in turn leads to S’Arenal cove or Banyalbufar harbour, with its boathouses. On the bank of the cove, there are two Islamic water mills. If you turn back, there is also an old public washing place. On the Camí des Cireral road, another mill can be seen, set against big hillside terraces in an area called Sa Vinya.
Stage 2 of the Dry Stone Route GR 221 passes through the municipality of Banyalbufar. All the updated information can be found at https://caminsdepedra.conselldemallorca.cat/-/etapa-2-estellencs-esporl-2