Route around Mondragó

Protected virgin coves

Mondragó may be a synonym of paradise.

This route sets out to explore the magnificent unspoilt coves like S’Amarador ensconced in the east coast of Mallorca on foot or by bike. The scenery is fantastic and varied: dunes, cliffs, turquoise waters, a variety of vegetation… and plenty of fauna. Mondragó is a Natural Park and a Special Protection Area for Birds; so no wonder that between bathes we can sight some of the more than 70 different species that live together in the park.

Route points


Cove Caló de sa Barca Trencada (Santanyí, mallorca)

You have the choice

Prepare to spend a day on a really pretty beach.


Cove Caló d'es Burgit (Santanyí, mallorca)

A protected corner

Between Cala Mondragó and Cala de Sa Barca Trencada is a small beach protected by the winds.


Cove De sa Font de n'Alis (Santanyí, mallorca)

In the middle of the nature park

Also known as Cala Mondragó, Cala de sa Font de n'Alis is situated in a nature full of life in the south of Porto Petro and in the north of Cala Figuera.


Beach S'Amarador (Santanyí, mallorca)

An unspoiled white sand beach in the Mondragó Natural Park

Waters in all sorts of blue tones bathe this fully untouched beach of 145 meters in length.