The Mondragó Natural Park, with more than 700 hectares, is located to the south of the island of Mallorca.
It was declared a natural park in 1992. It is also a Natural Area of Special Interest (ANEI in Spanish) and forms part of the Natura 2000 Network as a Special Protection Area for Birds (SPA) and Site of Community Importance (SCI).
This natural reserve is made up of a mosaic of different environments that give it a great diversity of landscapes: the forests of wild olive and pine trees, the orchids and holm oaks, the dry cultivated fields, the coastal savines, the freshwater pond of s'Amarador, the brackish water of Fonts de n'Alis and its spectacular clipped coastline. It is also home to one of Mallorca's most famous coves: Cala Mondragó.
Although we recommend that you also get to know its neighbour: S'Amarador beach. Although it is also part of the Natural Area of Special Interest, this cove is an almost unspoiled beach, with no constructions and less crowded than the previous one.
This National Park is a natural corner that offers the perfect scenery to contemplate the beauty of the ravines, the coastal cliffs, the beaches of fine sand and its crystalline waters, etc. Spaces inhabited by the species typical of the island of Mallorca.