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Finca Publica Son Real

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Finca Publica Son Real

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Ctra. Ma-12 Km 17. 7, 07458 Santa Margalida, Majorca Spain
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Shore Excursion:Palma Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Boat & Belver Castle
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Shore Excursion:Palma Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with Optional Boat & Belver Castle

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When your cruise ship docks in Palma de Mallorca, head ashore for a hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing tour. From the open-top, double-decker bus, see the city’s beloved landmarks and step off to explore at any of the 16 stops. With your 24-hour ticket, travel at your own pace and listen to audio commentary for the history behind the sights as you go. Upgrade to include a boat tour or entry to Bellver Castle with your ticket.
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Dognamedboo wrote a review Nov 2019
Pollenca, Spain138 contributions97 helpful votes
Just don’t get the point of this place . So little information or guidance available . Seems to be an access route to the beach about an hours walk away. The finca is closed
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Date of experience: November 2019
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MarcusHurley wrote a review Sep 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom6,821 contributions860 helpful votes
We parked here to walk down to the necropolis and beach. The car park has space for maybe 30 cars but there is a definite lack of signs. The beach paths are all well signposted and the different routes well marked but the Finca itself seems a bit of an after thought. After spending a while at the necropolis we headed back and the sight of the visitor centre was most welcome. We had a wash and then a water before going to look at the museum. This is very poorly signposted to actually notice it but was really very good. It has obviously had a lot of money spent on it and showed both Bronze Age life for the original inhabitants (that built the necropolis) and then a large section on 19th/20th century rural life in Mallorca. The visitor centre actually has a couple of staff but I'm not sure what they do. The drinks machines are all automated, obviously and very good value. Decent and clean toilets too. I feel that with more promotion a lot more could be made of this site.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Yella wrote a review Jul 2019
Chester, United Kingdom153 contributions14 helpful votes
I have only visited once but the area is beautiful. Lots of lush trees and greenery. The walks are peaceful and we even saw a tortoise crossing the path during our visit. Will definitely be back in winter for a walk.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Bastianmis wrote a review May 2019
Viborg, Denmark264 contributions80 helpful votes
We rented a car for two days, and this Was the first stop. There are 5 different walks of different lenght. We took number 4 which Was the next longest. Very Nice Nature, and love to see the ocean turn up in the distance. I believe There is a walk that suites everybody.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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SarahFr61 wrote a review Apr 2019
Port de Pollenca, Spain35 contributions15 helpful votes
Wonderful public park which was an old finca. Free admission. Parking on site, mostly in a field so take it carefully with your undercarriage! Several wonderful walks to follow and a great place to walk the dogs or go for a cycle ride too. All walks are sort of impacted gravel so easily accessible with bikes, buggies, wheelchairs etc. There are places to picnic and many of the walks take you through to the coastline and beach with great views across Alcudia Bay. Clean toilets and a little shop/office where you can buy an interesting and great value guide book or pick up one of free maps. There's also an interesting little museum. NOTE: There is no cafe but there are a couple of machines for snacks and drinks in the covered are by the toilets and office/shop. Highly recommended for a free outing and brilliant for families.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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