Porto Colom Lighthouse – Capdepera Lightouse – Stage 2
Stage 2: Porto Cristo – Capdepera Lightouse
Get to know Mallorca by traveling from the historic naval port of Porto Cristo to Faro de Capdepera, one of the most beautiful lighthouses on the island, passing through the different coves and resorts along the way.
The tour begins in Porto Cristo, a beautiful natural port with a strong naval tradition, where you will be able to enjoy the many restaurants on offer.
We will keep to the coastline, where you will be right beside the sea, and we will pass through the resorts and population centers, such as Cala Morlanda—an area full of rocks and little cliffs—, before coming to S’Illot and Sa Coma. If you move off the route, you will be able to see the castle at Punta de n’Amer and enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the coast.
We will come to Cala Millor and Cala Bona and you will enjoy its great promenade and you will be able to stop and have a snack. Then we will leave the coast and go into the municipalities of Son Servera and Capdepera. Capdepera dates from the Medieval period, and we will be able to see its most important building, the unique Castle of Capdepera. Our final destination is the lighthouse, Faro de Capdepera, where you will be able to enjoy the loveliness of the evening and a panoramic view of the entire coast.
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
Sheltered cove with a beautiful wide beach of fine sand and shallow waters. Old fishing port with hotels, bars, restaurants and a wide commercial area.LEARN MORE
Cala Millor is situated at three kilometres from Son Servera and is the south-western border of the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar. Of its 1800 metres in length, 1.320 belong to...LEARN MORE
Sa Coma is situated at five kilometres from Portocristo. It is a residential and hotel area sine the eighties of the 20th century and it is characterized by the wide sandy area,...LEARN MORE
The municipality of Capdepera, with a population of 7200 inhabitants and the tourist area of Cala Ratjada, is located on the northeastern part of Mallorca. It is the first spot on the...LEARN MORE
This castle was built in 1300 over the remains of a Muslim villa on the orders of King James II. Tradition has it that James I used this site as a stratagem...LEARN MORE
Sa Punta de n’Amer was declared a “Natural Area of Special Interest” by the Balearic Islands Government in 1991.LEARN MORE
Canyamel is situated at seven kilometres from Cala Ratjada, between Cap des Pinar or des Raix and Cap Vermell. It is a valley through which the torrent with the same name flows...LEARN MORE