Today, we invite you to discover the must-see natural landscapes during your holiday on the Island of Mallorca. Don’t miss out on the chance to explore the undiscovered areas we’re going to show you today. Will you join us?
S’Albufera de Mallorca: a unique landscape
This is one of the most emblematic places on the island and a must-see during your trip to Mallorca. This natural park in Mallorca is the biggest wetland area in the Balearic Islands and its environmental value is one of the most important in the Balearic Community. This natural habitat has been protected since 1988 and is home to a diverse range of wildlife, making it an essential place to visit for lovers of bird watching. Thanks to its landscape, it’s a unique place to enjoy with kids. This Natural Park is located in the centre of the Bahia de Alcudia, where JS Hotels offers 7 accommodations (5 in Can Picafort, 1 in Playa de Muro and 1 in Alcudia).
Mondragó Natural Park: the authentic coves of Mallorca
Do you like discovering unique and unexplored places? How about beaches or coves that you won’t find in the guide books? If you do, Mondragó is the place for you. This Natural Park is home to some of Mallorca’s distinct coves with paradisiac landscapes. It’s surrounded by nature and home to a variety of species all of which have an important ecologic value, in addition to a wide range of wildlife including birds, reptiles and eagles. Don’t miss out on the chance to visit the spectacular Ses Fonts N’Alis cove where a selfie with the landscape during your holiday to Mallorca is a must. At JS Hotels, we invite you to immerse yourself in this gorgeous area. You’ll be able to enjoy this unforgettable experience just a 20-minute car journey from our JS Cape Colom and JS Es Corso hotels.
Finca Pública de Son Real: historic charm
Here you’ll find one of the areas with the most archaeological sites on the Island. These sites aren’t only unique because of their size, but also their conservation and location. Their burial mounds are located right by the sea, including the Son Real and S’illot des Porros Necropolises. But that’s not all. The architectural complex dates back to the Middle Ages, meaning you can travel back in time and discover the Island’s ethnological roots. It has a fantastic museum where you can find out how the Mallorcan people lived in the past, as well as discovering Balearic traditions. For animal lovers, there are animal-friendly beaches in Son Real where you can go for a swim with your pet. The best starting point for visiting this magical spot is the centre of Can Picafort, where our 5 accommodation options will offer you personalised service during your holiday.
Es Carnatge Natural Area: pets welcome
Continuing on the theme of pet tourism, Es Carnatge allows animals on its beaches. This is the perfect spot to explore by wandering around its heritage sites such as Las Casas de Carnatge or El Cuartel. Amongst its natural heritage you’ll find a Myotragus Balearicus fossil site. The majority of its beaches are rocky and you can enjoy them and swim together with your dog. It’s also the perfect spot for snorkelling and discovering the underwater plants such as Posidonia Oceanica. You’ll fall in love with its landscapes and you’ll find yourself wanting to go back, time and time again. That’s why JS Hotels offers you its star Hotel: JS Palma Stay, located just 600m from Es Carnatge. Don’t miss out on this chance to feel unique, right in the heart of Balearic nature.