NATURE

SURROUNDINGS THAT WILL SURPRISE YOU

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A GENUINE SURPRISE FOR ANYONE VISITING US FOR THE FIRST TIME

La zonas turísticas de Cala Ratjada, Canyamel, Font de sa Cala y Cala Mesquida ofrecen a sus visitantes un impresionante número de parajes naturales de enorme belleza. En una extensión de 54.90 km2 y aproximadamente 30 km de costa, se encuentran diferentes hábitats mediterráneos, tales como pinares, encinares, acebuchales, acantilados marinos, playas con sistemas dunares, torrenteras, que se mezclan con los ecosistemas agrarios creados a los largo del tiempo, y fondos marinos únicos por su riqueza de flora y fauna. Todo ello formando una de las zonas de paisaje más ricos y diversos de Mallorca. El clima mediterráneo, con temperaturas suaves todo el año completa la bondad de la zona.

5 NATURAL TREASURES

Discover spectacular natural scenery

THE SAND DUNES OF CALA MESQUIDA AND CALA AGULLA

INCREDIBLE LANDSCAPES IN EVERY IMAGINABLE SHADE OF WHITE AND BLUE

These impressive sandy landscapes are dominated by the large dune known as Munt Gros in Cala Mesquida, with a growth of mastic and pine trees. The area is home to one of the largest colonies of seagulls and cormorants in the Balearic Islands.

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These regions have been officially declared Natural Areas of Special Interest (in Spanish, ANEI), Sites of Community Importance (SCI) and Marine Reserve. The dunes of Cala Agulla provide an interesting contrast of colours with the white sand, clear turquoise water and the dark green of the lofty pines surrounding them. At Cala Mesquida the dunes take shape behind the first strip of sandy beach by the sea. They are so extensive that when you enter this special landscape it gives you the feeling that you are in a desert, surrounded by sand on all sides … The two beaches are connected by a delightful track that weaves its way among the pine trees and it takes about half an hour to walk from one beach to the other.
The scenery is genuinely spectacular!!

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NATURAL PARK OF LLEVANT – THE EAST COAST PENINSULA

THE IDYLLIC REALITY OF A PLACE TO DREAM ABOUT

The amazing diversity of the scenery (steep cliffs dropping to the sea, caves and potholes, springs and river beds, woods and scrubland) make this Nature Park an area of great scenic value.

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The Park is located within a Special Protection Area (SPA) for wild birds, it is a Site of Community Importance and forms part of the European Union conservation and protection network Natura 2000. It is also a recognised Natural Area of Special Interest (ANEI). The surface area under the protection act covers 1,671 hectares (about 6.5 square miles). The Park offers visitors a variety of well signposted different itineraries. Access to the park is possible from the tourist resorts of Cala Mesquida and Cala Ratjada via hiking trails or on bicycle.

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LLEVANT MARINE RESERVE

WTHE LUNGS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN

The town has been called the lungs of the Mediterranean as the greater part of its waters lie within the Marine Reserve off the east coast of Mallorca.

Wetlands of Canyamel

THE STAGE IS SET FOR REAL LIFE

La zona de actuación tiene una superficie de 10.000m2 y es fuente de biodiversidad a la cual acuden a nidificar gran número de aves migratorias, anfibios y reptiles, imposibles de encontrar sin agua permanente.

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The wetlands area of Canyamel is a Site of Community Importance (SCI) and is part of the Natura 2000 protection and conservation network of the European Union. It features an interpretation centre where you will find pictures and information about the local vegetation and fauna. There is also a footpath with a guided itinerary giving information on the environmental features.

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Caves of Artà

A SPECTACULAR WORK OF NATURE

The impressive caves or grottoes known as Cuevas de Artá are located inside a cliff face with an imposing entrance facing the sea. The caves are enormous and full of breathtaking stalactities and stalagmites.

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