We now leave the municipaly of Capdepera to discover the levante area whose captail is Manacor. Manacor is famous for its pearls and furniture. All the towns and villages in this area like Arà, Son Servera, Sant Llorenç and Manacor are not on the coastline and Artà has the least urbanized village of Colonia de Sant Pere. Artà has also in its locality the nartur park levante which many bays and coves which can be reached only on foot, horse back or mountainbike. Organizased excursions are conducted from the tourist information ceter Cala Ratjada. It is highly recomendable.

Beach of Ravena

In the hill of Artà there is the hermitage of Betlem and the last of the fransiscan monks still toiling the fields.

Where is located you can see a wonderful panorama the bay of Alcudia. Can be reached by car, by a narrow and winding road, worth the trip.

Hermitage of Betlem.

In Artà is the shrine of Sant Salvador.





Shrine of Sant Salvador

Shrine of Sant Salvador

Poblat de ses païses

Is easily reached by taking the road to Capdepera and is perfectly suited.

Talayotic this typical set is very colorful and preserved in good condition a wall that stands out for its portal Trilitico and is a masterpiece among the buildings talayotic. Conditioning is set by the city council of Artà.

Ses Païses

Manacor is the 2nd largest city on the island and is famous for its pearls and furniture and its port is Porto Cristo. In Porto Cristo are the world famous caves of Drach and Hams.