S'Albufera de Mallorca is the most extensive wetland of the Balearic Islands. It is separated from the sea by a cordon of dunes. Although some 18 million years ago there were already meadow formations, the current wet zone was formed less than 100,000 years ago, but with the passage of time has changed its morphology to the current state.
Son Real public estate
Ma-12, 07459 Santa Margalida, Illes Balears
The public estate of Son Real is a natural and historical treasure. In its 395 hectares of surface we find an ancient possession, archaeological sites, a set of ecosystems of dune and pine forests, old sand quarries, leading towers, 4 itineraries on foot and 3 by bicycle, an exclusive horse riding itinerary, Information office and free rental of bicycles and binoculars.
CAN PICAFORT, UN MAR DE CULTURA
The City Council of Santa Margalida has made a daring commitment to promote culture and enhance local identity through various cultural projects. The first thing to highlight is the Saladina Art Fest, which aims to give a new image to the people. The other cultural element is the set of Joan Bennàssar sculptures, which aim to convert Can Picafort into the cultural reference of the Bay of Alcúdia.
Playa de Ca'n Picafort
Can Picafort beach, is located about 9 km from Santa Margalida and is known as the tourist center par excellence of the municipality, characterized by being the only one in Mallorca that has a campsite: the Platja Blava campsite and the Colonia de Sant Pere.