Start off from the roundabout at the entrance to the city with a magnificent sculpture of a horse.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit into Carrer de Maó (the main road that runs through the historical centre of the city).
Approximately 200 m further on you’ll see Carrer d’Orient on the right. Turn right.
Continue straight down Carrer d’Orient for approximately 900 m to the end where you see a roundabout.
At the roundabout, turn left towards Fonda Nord (40 m) until you find a new roundabout.
At this roundabout, turn right, continuing along Ronda Nord.
You will again see a roundabout, this time take the 1st exit to the right into Camino de Son Solomon/Cf-5.
Continue along Camino de Son Solomon/Cf-5 for approximately 4.8 km, following signs to the Punta Nati lighthouse, keeping a lookout for the cyclists who often use this road.
This is a narrow two-way road, so drive slowly to avoid the risk of collision.
In summer people like to come here to admire the beautiful sunsets, so the road is often very congested. Park your vehicle and a short walk takes you to the historic lighthouse, built in 1912 to guard against shipwrecks caused by the fierce local currents and the influence of strong Tramontana winds.