The Natural Parks of Mallorca
Mallorca is an island that can not only be visited in summer, for it also has countless activities to offer in winter.
Although visiting the Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial Natural Park is a must, the island also counts with many other natural parks that can be explored throughout the rest of the year.
Below is a list of some of the Natural Parks of Mallorca you simply cannot mist.
S'Albufera Natural Park
This natural park is located between Alcudia and Can Picafort and it was the first park to be declared as such in the Balearic Islands, in 1988. Without a doubt, a mandatory visit for ecological reserve lovers.
Sa Dragonera Natural Park
Sa Dragonera is an isle that can be reached by boat from Sant Elm. With unbeatable views, this island counts with many paths along which you can contemplate the area’s flora and fauna.
Mondragón Natural Park
Located on the southeastern coast of Mallorca, in the municipality of Santanyí, the Mondragón Natural Park was declared a “Park” in 1999. It counts with four well marked paths along which you can enjoy a unique location surrounded by nature.