Do you want to know more about Mallorca? You need to visit the Mondragó Park and know everything you can do in it.
Mondragó Park: 766 hectares
The Mondragó Natural Park or Mondragó Park is located southeast of Mallorca and has an area of 766 hectares.
It was declared a natural park in 1992; where it’s also considered a natural area of special interest, a zone of special protection for birds and a place of community interest. In addition, it belongs to the Natura 2000 Network too.
Agricultural and livestock activity
Its main characteristic is the agricultural and livestock activity that has been developed for years in the area, which gives it a very particular and beautiful landscape.
Due to that, there are a lot of dry stone walls and cabins. Also, there are outstanding elements of popular engineering related to the use of water, such as ditches, for example.
Also, the exploitation of forest resources fills the area with elements such as coal bunkers and their cabins or lime kilns, which brings a very pleasant and interesting cultural environment that is not seen commonly in any other area of the island.
Exits to the sea
The Park has two exits to the sea that correspond to the torrents of S’Amarador and Ses Fonts de n’Alis. These, in turn, constitute two emblematic coves: Cala S’Amarador and Cala Mondragó.
Both beaches are of fine sand and shallow waters with scarce slopes, what makes them perfect for you to visit with the little ones in the house and any other member of the family.
In the park there are different itineraries that will allow you to know it in its entirety. The cost is totally free and you just have to go to the offices to get more information about the routes, the duration, and what you will see in the tours. Information Center hours are Monday through Sunday, from 9am to 4pm, except Christmas and New Year’s Day.
Visit Mallorca and don’t miss the amazing Mondragó Park.