When we arrive to Es Castell we turn off into industrial area towards Trepucó where we will come across the workshop of the ceramist Antonio Vico, who will welcome us with an exhibition of his work in a quiet and cosy space. We continue along the Camí de Trepucó route that will lead us to Trebalúger and lead us into Sant Lluís through the Carrer de Ses Barraques street. Once at the Avinguda de sa Pau street, on the right hand side, we will see the Molí de Dalt mill where we will find an exhibition of ethnological material of different types; then on the third cross street on the left is the Camí Reial des Pou Nou road that on the right becomes the Camí des Pou Nou road. We will see an identifying plaque with the name Es Vinyot on it, where we will find the workshop of Remi Lora and Isaac Femenías, a ceramist duo that, without forgetting traditional production, continually experiment with new materials.
We will continue up to the Camí de ses Cases Velles road to find a sculpture and decoration workshop called Capitel. So as not to get lost, we will walk back the same way, up to a road that joins Sant Lluís and Sant Climent, and start from the Plaça de sa Pau square towards Biniancolla. We pass Punta Prima on the left, then we will pass through Binibèquer, Binissafúller, Cap d’en Font, Biniparratx and Es Canutells until we arrive to Sant Climent on the Carrer de Sant Jaume street. There, the blacksmith Lluís Vinent has his workshop. His forge welcomes us as a witness of his work performed according to traditional techniques. After this long trip, we could go back to the starting point, Maó, without forgetting to visit the youngest of the country carpenters (arader), Ovidi Pons, who has his workshop on the Camí de Torelló, near the Fornàs de Torelló basilica, and also Toni Gomila, the sculptor who is located half way between Sant Climent and Maó.