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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...More
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.
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...More
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...More
As of today I have been vacationing in Ca’n Picafort five times already and each time I have been visiting Son Real more than once. This is a magnificent place of utmost natural beauty, serenity and bliss. Being a replica of a typical Mideterranian forest...More
Cycled here from the main road (Ma-12), so it was a godsend that the building at the entrance of the walking/cycle paths had an ice cold water vending machine. There's a few sheep and pigs near the entrance, and the paths are generally good quality...More
I walked along the coastline and found this amazing Prehistoric Burial Site, this was so interesting, also great for photographs and shots of waves and rocks. Came across a Prehistoric Cave as well in the Natural Park, but you do have to climb over a...More
SO worth the flight from Exeter for a quick birding break. An easy, 2.65 euro bus trip from Porto Pollensa, a soft and sandy walk along the beach from Can Picafort, and up into the garrigue landscape, home of countless warblers and other firsts for...More
In a savage region, an old finca, near the beach and old ruins and land parcels; to visit the animals of the finca , like black pic and other sorts, nice old stone house and
ancient walls; nice for a visit.
The main entrance through the Ma12 road was closed, but it is an easy walk from the Son Baulo area. Just follow the one way lane to the right, until you reach the large hotel. Park there. After crossing the sandy beach, were the river...More
You can go there by public bus from Can Picafort to Son Serra de Marina. But the bus schedule is not particularly convenient. My take is that you better walk there from Son Baulo beach or take a taxi. I don’t think there are... More
You can go there by public bus from Can Picafort to Son Serra de Marina. But the bus schedule is not particularly convenient. My take is that you better walk there from Son Baulo beach or take a taxi. I don’t think there are any organized excursions there. The place is very tranquil and rustic, organized tourism is definitely not relevant here.