This natural park covers a large area of the Artá mountains and has several routes to visit it. Apart from its landscape value, it also boasts a rich ethnological heritage thanks to the preservation of traditional agricultural activities.
The park is located in the north-eastern part of the island of Majorca, in the Llevant peninsula, in the municipality of Artá.
At 1,671 hectares, most of them in the public estates of Albarca, es Verger and s’Alqueria Vella, as well as others in the natural reserve of Cap des Freu, the park takes up a large part of the Llevant peninsula. It has several Mediterranean habitats, such as forests of holm oak, wild olive trees and pine trees, as well as beaches and streams. This natural environment blends with the agrarian ecosystems created over time to form one of the most diverse landscapes in Majorca.
These natural spaces are part of the Natura 2000 European Network, both as a Special Protection Area (SPA) for birds and as a Site of Community Importance (SCI).