an spectacular karstic landscapes

Sa Calobra and the Torrent de Pareis

One of the most charming corners of the island is the Torrent de Pareis, a majestic scene with its overwhelming landscape and nature of great romanticism. The stream disgorges in Sa Calobra, which can be reached either by land vehicle on a very windy road, or by one of the tourist boat trips that leave from the Port of Sóller.
The stream is made up of cliffs, pools of still water, and unexpected rock formations. It is one of the most spectacular karstic landscapes in Mallorca, boasting up to 300 species of flora and fauna, 10% of which are endemic to that specific area. It is a haven of profound silence, although once a year classical music reverberates off these cliffs.
It all began with intimate auditions around 1964, but the concerts now attract thousands of people every summer, all seeking to enjoy the magic of music in a unique environment.

the northernmost point of Mallorca

Cap de Formentor

Located at the northernmost tip of the island, between the mountains and the sea, Cap de Formentor offers an amazing panoramic view. A winding road from the Port of Pollença leads you to the first stop, the viewpoint, from which to marvel at the beach. The second stop allows the visitor to enjoy a beach whose turquoise water seems to have come straight out of heaven

Magic Charm

The Caves of Drach

The Caves of Drach are, unquestionably, the most popular on the island. Since 1935, visitors have been granted a kilometre-long journey which moves through six underground lakes. There are surprising places, such as the “Teatro de las Hadas” (the theatre of fairies) or the “Baño de las Dianas” (Diana baths). At the end of the visit, customers attend a classical music concert in Lake Martel, accompanied by a light show.