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Mallorca: History and Archaelogy

Puig de Sa Morisca Archaeological Park

Over 15 sites, 9 architectural elements of ethnological interest and examples of typical groups of Balearic flora can be found within a 10-km radius.

Among its many other attractions, the municipality of Calvià now offers this 35-hectare archaeological park in the zone of Santa Ponsa. It has various lookout points with magnificent vistas and six kilometres of hiking trails. The rugged and varied landscape reaches its zenith at 119 metres above sea level. The period of occupation corresponding to the archaeological zone runs from 400 BC to 1229, when King James I disembarked in this same area to launch the conquest of the island from the Saracens. Over 15 sites, 9 architectural elements of ethnological interest and examples of typical groups of Balearic flora can be found within a 10-km radius.
The Council of Tourism of the Balearic Government, through INESTUR, has collaborated with the City Council to adapt the park for public visits and make it possible to enjoy this natural and culture setting in the municipality of Calvià.


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