Mondragó Natural Parc
The landscape in the south of Mallorca is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. The south of the island combines nature, calm and crystal-clear waters lapping at its coastline.
Located in the southeast of the island, the Mondragó Natural Parc is made up of a mosaic of different environments that give it a great diversity of landscapes: the wild olive and pine forests, the dry farming fields, the coastal savines, the sweet pond of s'Amarador and the brackish lake of ses Fonts de n'Alis, the coastline with rocky areas and sandy beaches.
S'Amarador is part of Cala Mondragó, one of the most beautiful and largest sea inlets in Mallorca, which is divided into two beaches, s'Amarador and Cala de ses Fonts de n'Alís. The depth between both coves reaches six metres on a sandy bottom and they are exposed to winds from the east-southeast. S'Amarador was declared a Natural Park in 1992 and in 1995 a Natural Area of Special Interest for Birds by the European Community. S'Amarador is a fine sandy beach, with little slope, with vegetation that fixes its dune system (pines, sand thistle). It is worth mentioning the pond that encloses it, damming the water from the torrent that flows into this sandy area, in the form of a small lagoon, where the land turtle has been reintroduced since 1985.
The opportunity to enjoy yourself here is enormous and the place offers many options: sea bathing in its turquoise waters, walks through the pine forest, white sand on which to rest, meditate, a viewpoint where you can sit and read or simply contemplate the flora and fauna with protected species.
Mallorca is pure nature, landscapes and life.