From the lighthouse at Capdepera to the lighthouse at Aucanada. You will see the north of Mallorca and you will have two panoramic views of the island of Menorca.
We will leave the lighthouse at Capdepera and travel deep into the municipalities of Capdepera and Artà. We will acquaint ourselves with the historic centers of both municipalities, as well as the talayots at Ses Païsses.
Leaving Artà, we will come to the nature reserve of Son Real, an area that has been populated since prehistoric times. There we will be able to find traces of human presence dating back more than 4,500 years, from the Talayotic, Roman, and Islamic Periods through to today.
Before coming to the natural park of s’Albulfera, we will find a dune system known as Comú de Muro (protected), where you will be able to have an excellent swim.
S’Albulfera d’Alcúdia, the most important protected space in the Balearic Islands, has been protected since 1988 and is both the most extensive area and the area of greatest ecological importance in the Balearic Islands. It has the greatest number of ecosystems and the greatest biodiversity.
Before arriving at our final destination, the lighthouse at Aucanada, we will stroll through the town of Alcúdia to become acquainted with its most iconic edifice, the Murallas de Alcúdia.
This lighthouse with a singular name is located on a promontory looking out to Menorca. It was immortalised in one of the Catalan singer-songwriter Joan Manuel Serrat’s most famous songs.LEARN MORE
Lighthouse keepers lived on this small island for a hundred years.LEARN MORE
The Talayotic village of Ses Paisses is one of the largest and best preserved prehistoric settlements in the island. The walled perimeter and the internal structures are in a remarkably good state....LEARN MORE
Artà has 7,549 inhabitants distributed among the towns of Artà, Colònia de Sant Pere and the urbanizations of Betlem and S’Estanyol.LEARN MORE
The strategic location of the “City of Alcúdia”, which was already acknowledged and valued during the Roman period, involved risks due to its proximity to the sea. Therefore, King Jaume II designed...LEARN MORE
S’Albufera de Mallorca was declared a Natural Park on 28 January 1988 (Decree 4/1988). It is also a Wetland Area of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention, and is included in the...LEARN MORE
The Son Real estate is a “possessió” (old manor house and estate) located in the municipality of Santa Margalida, on the northeast coast of Mallorca, the estate boasts 395 hectares and was...LEARN MORE
Platja de Muro – es Comú is situated at one kilometre from Can Picafort and at 10,5 kilometres from Muro, between Casetes des Capellans, where this extensive beach begins, and the municipality...LEARN MORE
Son Serra de Marina is situated at 11 kilometres from Can Picafort. The beach, the marina and a village have the same name. In the residential area there is a round defence...LEARN MORE
Artà connected to Mallorca’s railway in 1921. This brought in faster communication with Manacor and Palma and increased the transport of people and goods. The station and the group of secondary buildings...LEARN MORE
Can Picafort is situated at nine kilometres from Santa Margalida. It is the most popular touristic, residential and urban of this municipality, and one of the oldest of the bay of Alcúdia,...LEARN MORE
The municipality of Alcúdia, 54 km from Palma, is located in a peninsula that divides the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença. Situated between these two big bays, this town was once a...LEARN MORE
The traditional inhabited area of Alcúdia is the one called Port d’Alcúdia, that includes the area that goes from the Alcudiamar Marina to Alcanada. Its heart is located in the small harbour...LEARN MORE
A visit to Pollentia, located near the city of Alcúdia, is a stroll through the everyday lives of the Romans on the island. This is the best conserved Roman complex on Mallorca,...LEARN MORE