• Coves del Drac

    Ctra. de les Coves, s/n, 07680 Porto Cristo, Illes Balears, Spain .

    Cuevas del Drach, immerse yourself in our environment

    Located on the east coast of Majorca, specifically in the town of Porto Cristo, these caves are one of the island’s main tourist attractions, and are, without doubt, some of the most remarkable ones on the island, as they have a horizontal extension of about 1,200 metres and a maximum depth of 25 m. below ground level, The caves contain a large underground lake, Lake Martel, 25 m. bajo la superficie. Las cuevas esconden en su interior un gran lago subterráneo, el Lago Martel, considered one of the largest underground lakes in the world.

  • Cala Anguila - enchanting bay at Porto Cristo

    Cala Anguila, Spain .

    About 10 minutes in the car from Porto Cristo on the east coast of Mallorca, you will find the enchanting bay of Cala Anguila. The bay is bordered on both sides by low cliffs, which are overgrown with Mediterranean plants and pines. The fine white sand in Cala Anguila shines brightly in the sunshine. The beach is only 50 m wide but extends about 120 m inland. Due to its location between two rocky headlands, the beach and bay form a closed area, which is ideal for swimming and snorkeling

  • Cala Romantica – the "romantic bay" on the east coast of the island

    Cala Romantica, Spain .

    The rugged east coast of Mallorca welcomes its visitors with numerous fantastically located coves. Cala Romantica, also known as S'Estany d'en Mas, is undoubtedly one of the most scenic places on this stretch of coast. The bay is enclosed on both sides by white cliffs where pine trees and Mediterranean scrub grow. The fine-grained, light-sand beach is a bathing paradise and has a gradual and shallow descent into the sea. Due to the protected location between two rocky headlands, there is only a small swell at Cala Romantica.