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Walking, Cycling, Golf, Sports A favourite with visitors to Pollensa.

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Old 14-06-2019, 21:48
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Guys,

I've passed this a fair bit and read about it.

Apparently about 4 times a year the water bubbles up through the ground.

How do i find out when this is going to happen?

Is there a website or anything similar?

Chris
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Chris - I think it just happens after heavy rain when the natural springs overflow. I don't think it is periodical.
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GG is correct, it is only after a lot of heavy rain that it happens .
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So basically, if it pours down, go the next day?
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We went to do this last year after much rain, and there was an official at the entrance turning people away because of the danger. We did the walk this year though in good weather, so will look forward to the comparison after heavy rainfall.
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