CA'N

PICAFORT

Can Picafort (or Ca'n Picafort) is a tourist resort on the Bay of Alcúdia. Between the Port d'Alcudia in the north of the bay and Can Picafort, there is a five kilometre long sandy beach lined with hotels.

 

Can Picafort is well set up for tourism and the beach's promenade offers many Bars and Restaurants. One can shop by day and stroll the pedestrian area in the evening.

Can Picafort
Can Picafort

Can Picafort harbour
Can Picafort harbour

Can Picafort
Can Picafort

Can Picafort
Can Picafort

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BEACHES

From 300m of the The Hotel & Apartments Vista Park*** you will find the Son Baulo Beach, sandy beach with service (Bar, sunbeds & umbrellas, WC,…). Also at a few KM from the hotel you will find Playa de Muro, one of the largest beach of Mallorca. On the way to Son Serra there are a few unspoiled beaches.

 

ICONA

CA'N PICAFORT

SON BAULÓ

SON REAL

NATURAL PARKS

SON REAL

Preserved area of Son Real is located between Ca'n Picafort and Son Serra de Marina in the municipality of Santa Margarita. Coming from Ca'n Picafort, the protected area begins where the developed area of Son Bauló ends and converges with the beach of the same name.

 

It has an extension of 1.114 hectares with a coastal fringe 6 Km. long and approximately 2 Km. wide, constituted by sandy dunes fixed by a developed vegetation.

 

Excursions on foot or on horseback from Ca'n Picafort to Son Serra crossing Son Real along the coastline are to be recommended.

 

Son Real
Son Real

Son Real
Son Real

Son Real walk
Son Real walk

Son Real
Son Real

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S'ALBUFERA

Natural Park S'Albufera. This Humid Area is included in the RAMSAR list (Humid Areas of international importance). It is an Area of special protection for the birds (ZEPA) in accordance with the Directive of Birds of the EU and the General Directorate for Environment in Brussels. This Area is also included in the Eurosite network, and associated with the biogenetic National Park of the Bay of Audierne (Brittany - France).Until today more than 200 species of birds, mostly of varieties native to fields, but also forest birds and others present in dunes and waterside forests have been observed in "La Albufera".

 

S'albufera
S'albufera

S'albufera
S'albufera

S'albufera
S'albufera

S'albufera
S'albufera

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