The wonderful, exquisite, Alfabia gardens are located in the Tramuntana mountain range in the village of Bunyola. Its setting is within a geographical enclave, wisely chosen by the Arabs who were well aware of its exceptional micro-climate, which provides water all year-round not just to the gardens but to the surrounding farmlands. It is a complex of house, grounds and vegetable garden and the history of Alfábia is actually documented back to the Arab period.
Cabrera is the small archipelago lying to the southeast of Mallorca consisting of eighteen islands and islets. It was declared a Maritime Terrestrial National Park in 1991 (Parque Nacional del Archipiélago de Cabrera), following an intensive public campaign which saved it from urban development, and today it protects an area of 10,000 ha, 85% of which is marine.
These caves are located on the southern slope of Puig de Sant Miquel, in the Tramuntana mountain range. They measure approximately 3,200 m2 and the walk is around 4,000 metres long, an average of 50 m under the earth’s surface, creating a cavity measuring around 16,000 m3.
The Artá Caves are surrounded by mountains that tower over the sea. They are located on the coast, in the municipality of Capdepera, in the Cap Vermell. They were formed when the mountain massif, where they are located, fractured.
Cuevas del Drach, caves of the dragon, amazing caves with outstanding stalagmites and stalagtites creating breathtaking natural sculptures. Located on Mallorca's east coast the caves are without doubt one of the island's most outstanding tourist attractions, extending for almost 2,400 metres and including internal heights of 25 metres above the cave floor.
The Cuevas dels Hams caves are located on the eastern side of Mallorca in Porto Cristo. They were discovered by Mallorcan speleologist Pere Caldentey on the 2nd of March 1905 and were opened to the public five years later.
Sa Dragonera is approximately 3,200 metres in length and a maximum width of 500 mts. Despite its highest hill Pico Popi is a mere 360 mts high, the overall the island's relief is very abrupt, especially considered its reduced dimensions, which made the islet of little importance in historic times.
La Trapa is a property with great cultural and environmental interest, situated in the extreme south west of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, overlooking sa Dragonera island, in the municipality of Andratx. This estate consists of two west-facing valleys ending in some cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean. This part of the island has some of the lowest rainfall and the landscape is therefore naturally arid.
Built in 1579, to defend the coast and the town of Banyalbufar from pirate raids, the Torre des Verger, de Ses Animes or sa Talaia, was positioned on top of a very impressive cliff where it has an excellent vantage point and spectacular views of the north coast of Mallorca and on a clear day as far as the most western point of Isla Sa Dragonera.