Archaeological sites of Son Real The public farmstead of Son Real was purchased by the Balearic Government in 2002 to preserve its natural and ethnological values and prehistoric sites.
Son Real is located on a stretch of coast between Can Picafort and Son Serra de Marina in the municipality of Santa Margalida. A variety of elements on its 379 hectares make it an exceptional, unique value. Alongside traditional farming practices, which today are biological, autochthonous farm animals are also raised. A number of different buildings and digs have demonstrated the ethnological values the farmstead has boasted from medieval times until now. Furthermore, joining the above is the large number of archaeological remains from different cultures.
The farmsteadís natural beauty includes almost 200 metres of shoreline on the virgin coast in this enclave in Mallorca.
The Balearic Government has been effecting improvements in both the architecture as well as in the preparation of facilities for visitorsí enjoyment, which includes an office with explanatory material to attend to the public. Under the auspices of the Ministry of Tourism, the Foundation for Sustainable Development in the Balearic Islands is in charge of managing this publically-owned property.