Places of Interest - Our suggestions for a memorable day out
Why not complement your stay in the North of Malloca by visiting the most recognizable places recommended by us, the residents of the North.
Sant Miquel Church
The church of Sant Miquel, in old Gothic style, was built by the Christian settlers after the Catalan conquest of 1229.
Campanet CavesThe caves of Campanet, which were discovered in 1945 by worker digging a well. The caves have an average depth of 50 m, an area of some 3,200 sq.mts, and an open space area of 16,000 sq.mts., the touring length is 400 mts.
Ses Fonts Ufanes
"Ses Fonts Ufanes" are a singular and unique natural phenomenon found in Mallorca. They were declared a natural monument by el Govern. The hydrological phenomenon occurs in the Gabelli farm near the Ermita de Sant Miquel in Campanet. At the end of the year where the oak trees lie in the finca, the water bursts out and overflows from underneath the earth reaching in occasions an astonishing 100,000 liters per second.
Pollensa, Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente are the most beautiful areas of the north of the island. Among its highlights are the Calvario, the Puente Romano, a nineteenth century bridge (and named for its resemblance to the Roman bridges), which crosses over the Torrente de Sant Jordi, the Municipal Museum, the Music Festival and numerous art exhibitions.