Access to the place
Hiking to the start 10'
From the parking lot, climb one of the many paths through the shrubbery. Improvise an easy path to the foot of the wall to find the start of the route, with a sign written on the rock.
This route, opened in 1990, is south-west-facing, exposed only in the middle of the afternoon. 100m to climb in 4 pitches (30m, 25m, 25m, 20m) at a level no higher than V+. Equipment is good (parabolas). Bring a dozen quickdraws.
L1 (30m, V+)
The route climbs slightly diagonally to the left to reach a small platform at the foot of a dihedral (tree). Continue on the left-hand plate for the V+ end of L1, which isn't easy, especially the final pitch with its wobbly, polished holds. The R1 belay is there, on a comfortable ledge.
L2 (25m, V)
Here again, the route leads upwards, then diagonally to the left, passing to the left of a shrub and finishing straight on to belay R2.
L3 (25m, IV+)
The easiest length, with belay points a long way off, but no real difficulty. We reach belay R3 at the foot of the final wall.
L4 (20m, V+)
Climb up to the flat and climb to the left (be careful not to confuse the right with the final 6a pitch of Mar de Núvols). Then tackle the wall, vertical but with the right amount of climbing and a more delicate final step in V+ to reach the R4 belay on a ledge below the ridge.
Exit by traversing to the left on a rather exposed ledge, then after about 50m of traversing, look above for a more marked path with kains. Follow this path to the right and then upwards to reach the ridge (10′). It's difficult to follow as the kairns disappear, but the main thing is to aim for the electricity pylon. A little ahead, to the left (i.e. to the north), we can make out a trailhead that will lead us down the canal to the road at the very bottom, a little above the parking lot. Quite a physical descent, with broken terrain, scree and vegetation, but easy to find (30′). 2nd option: recall the route with 2 abseils of 60m, let's say, but pendular.