From Cala d’Or, head towards Portopetro and then in the direction of Sa Font de n’Alís, the centre of the Mondragó Natural Park (7 Km.). There is a shuttle bus from Cala d’Or during the summer months which stops near our hotels.
What to do: After arriving in the Visitors’ Reception Centre of Sa Font de n’Alís, which is also the location of the car park, it is a good idea to think about which of the four self-guided routes you would like to follow. All of them are signposted routes that can be followed on foot. In the park you will find unspoilt beaches of white sand, wetlands with a wealth of birdlife, in particular in spring and autumn, and a huge environmental paradise full of delights. This is also the place that was used by smugglers of old, to bring merchandise into the island illegally, and certain vestiges of this era still remain, such as the "secretos" - hiding places where smugglers stashed the goods they unloaded, especially tobacco. The most "civilised" place in the park is to be found on the beach of Cala Mondragó, which has a restaurant, sunbeds and showers set on a beautiful beach which is usually busy in summer. The neighbouring beach of S’Amarador will delight anyone searching for a more natural, authentic beach.
Places of interest on this route: