Mondragón Natural Park
This natural area is located in the east of Mallorca, in the municipality of Santanyi, and was declared Natural Park in 1992 for its great ecological value. It has a variety of landscapes along its 785 hectares with trails, ravines, torrents, sand beaches and dunes, holm oaks, reeds and orchids. We also find mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians. A European directive has declared it a zone of special protection for birds, where more than 70 species have been cataloged, most of them migratory and typical of wetlands.
In this exceptional Natural Park you can find the wonderful beaches of S’Amarador and Mondragó. En este excepcional espacio natural se encuentran las magnificas playas de S’Amarador y Mondragó.
The Tramontana Sierra is a mountain range of almost a hundred km located north of Mallorca. Many of its summits exceed one thousand meters in height, constituting one of the characteristic spaces of the island.
Throughout the mountains you will find trails and routes ideal for those who enjoy hiking. Nor should you miss its picturesque villages.
Cabrera National Park
Cabrera’s Archipielago National Park is located in the south of Mallorca, ten nautical miles from the nearest Mallorcan port, that of Colònia de Sant Jordi (Ses Salines). The archipelago was declared a National Park on April 29, 1991.
You can make excursions to spend the day, which depart from Colonia Sant Jordi. Once in the Park, you can visit the castle, enjoy nature, swim in one of its beaches and have a cool drink in a small canteen.