Sites of Interest in Santa Margalida

Necrópolis Son Real

Funerary remains of the Talayotic culture originating in the Balearic Islands, facing an infinite coastline surrounded by mountains. The Son Real Necropolis is a set of funerary constructions located in the municipality of Santa Margalida. The name comes from the farm on whose land it is located. Its first vestiges are from approximately the 7th century BC. C.

Son Serra de Marina

Son Serra de Marina is located off the beaten track in northern Mallorca, in the municipality of Santa Margalida. Despite being one of the most popular areas of the island for surfers, this small resort is little known and attracts lovers of surfing and other adventure sports.

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S'Arenal d'es Casat

S'Arenal d'es Casat, also known as S'Arenal d'en Casat or Ses Assussenes, is a sandy beach 50 meters long and an average width of 20 meters. It is an isolated beach with low occupancy and moderate waves. S'Arenal d'es Casat is located between Punta Llarga de Son Real and Punta des Patró, forming part of the Àrea Natural d’Especial Interès de Son Real.

Coves Sant Vicenç

The caves of Cala de Sant Vicenç constitute the most important pre-Talayotic funerary complex in Mallorca. These cavities have been looted since ancient times and had a funerary character.

Necrópolis de Són Real

necrópolis de Son Real

Address:

Punta des Fenicis, 07450, Illes Balears

 

Description

Funerary remains of the Talayotic culture originating in the Balearic Islands, facing an infinite coastline surrounded by mountains. The Son Real Necropolis is a set of funerary constructions located in the municipality of Santa Margalida. The name comes from the farm on whose land it is located. Its first vestiges are from approximately the 7th century BC. C.

 

Son Serra de Marina
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Address:

Description

Son Serra de Marina is located off the beaten track in northern Mallorca, in the municipality of Santa Margalida. Despite being one of the most popular areas of the island for surfers, this small resort is little known and attracts lovers of surfing and other adventure sports.

 

S'Arenal d'es Casat

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Description

S'Arenal d'es Casat, also known as S'Arenal d'en Casat or Ses Assussenes, is a sandy beach 50 meters long and an average width of 20 meters.
It is an isolated beach with low occupancy and moderate waves. S'Arenal d'es Casat is located between Punta Llarga de Son Real and Punta des Patró, forming part of the Àrea Natural d’Especial Interès de Son Real.

 

Caves Pretalayóticas de Sant Vicenç
Cuevas pretalayoticas de sant vicenç

Address: 

Carrer de Joaquim Sorolla, 63, 07469 Cala Sant Vicenç, Illes Balears

Description

The caves of Cala de Sant Vicenç constitute the most important pre-Talayotic funerary complex in Mallorca. These cavities have been looted since ancient times and had a funerary character.

 


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