The island of Mallorca is, above all, known for its wide variety of beaches and coves, but it also has a natural heritage worthy of admiration, thanks to the beautiful landscapes of the Tramuntana mountain range and its geological wealth.
Would you like to discover the natural wonders that you will find on your trip to Mallorca? Keep reading!
Natural landmarks in Mallorca
Mallorca’s natural heritage represents the coexistence of man and nature, a marvellous natural work sculpted in a landscape that blends with Mallorcan traditions and culture.
Magical places where you can admire the sunset or sunrise, viewpoints, stone arches rising out of the sea, natural springs, torrent mouths… the examples are endless and you should include a visit to one of these monuments during your holidays.
Caves of Mallorca
Mallorca also has authentic natural treasures underground. Over time, geological processes have created impressive formations that constitute true paradises that we can marvel at nowadays.
Cavities and tunnels, stalactites and stalagmites, freshwater and saltwater lakes… these are just some of the examples of the structures you will come across when you visit the caves of Mallorca.
Although there are more than 200 catalogued caves (plus all the ones we don’t know about!) we recommend that you spend time in at least one of them.