Directly in front of our door you will find the natural park Salobrar, which was declared a nature reserve in 1984. With an area of over 1,500 hectares, the wetland is one of the areas unchanged in Mallorca and has a big ecological value because of its diversity in more than 171 species of migratory birds and several scenic areas. In this field they are also two of the most famous beaches of Majorca; Es Trenc and Ses Covetes.
The fine sand, clear water and the beautiful dunes in the landscape draw thousands of tourists every year and makes these beaches become good alternatives to the Caribbean. Find out more about the beautiful natural beaches in our area!