The refuge

This refuge of the Dry Stone Route GR 221 occupies the building of what used to be the Muleta army telegraph station which was in use between 1912 and 1956. Its location, near the Cap Gros lighthouse, which controlled the entrance to the Port de Sóller, bestows it with spectacular views of the Mediterranean, the cliffs along the north coast and the mountains that border the valley: of these Puig Major, Puig de l’Ofre and Es Teix, all of which are over 1,000 meters high, stand out.

From here on, an extensive network of bridlepaths is available to the hiker; these paths make the valley of Sóller and the municipality of Deià one of the main centres of hiking on the island of Majorca. At the same time, places such as Sóller, Biniaraix, Fornalutx and Deià have conserved a valuable architectural heritage, which invites the visitor to stroll attentively round their lanes.


Facilities & services


Consell de Mallorca

(+34) 971 634 271 / (+34) 971 630 042


municipi de Sóller, a 110 m d'altitud


30 beds. 1 dormitory

Common areas:

Dinning hall


Toilets, showers, electricity, hot water, heating, Wi-Fi, phone and chimney


Accomodation and catering

Other information:

Supplement on bed linen and towels


The refuge can be reached through stage 4 from the Ruta de Pedra en Sec GR 221, coming from Can Boi refuge in Deià, and through stage 5, coming from Tossals Verds refuge.
If you go by car, you can reach it from Port de Sóller on the road of Es Far de cap Gros. However we recommend that you walk this beautiful road to avoid parking limitations in the refuge.



14 €

Dormitories until 16 y.o*:

9 €

Bed linen hiring:

4.50 €

Bath towels hiring:

2 €


5.50 €


13 €

Dinner menu:

9.50 €

Child menu:

5.50 €

Picnic bag:

8 €

*Per person, with shower service


Opening hours


throughout the week prior booking


8:00 to 9:30 am


at 1:30 pm


at 8:30 pm

The refuges close their doors at:

10:00 p.m. (from November 1 to March 31)
11:00 p.m. (from April 1 to October 31)

Check out:

before 10 am


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