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Sa Dragonera Nature Park

The Sa Dragonera Nature Park is slightly off the coast of Mallorca and is formed by the island of Sa Dragonera and the islets of Es Pantaleu and Sa Mitjana. The only way to get there is by boat. It takes just fifteen minutes from the pocket-sized resort of Sant Elm.

Once at the Muelle des Lledó jetty, which doubles up as the access to the park, visitors are welcomed and can set off on the various itineraries around the island. One of them is known as Na Miranda, the shortest and easiest route at just thirty minutes long, which circles the island up to the Na Miranda viewpoint.

Another is the Tramontana Lighthouse route, which starts at the point closest to Mallorca. This itinerary lasts approximately sixty minutes there and back. Another option leads to the former Na Pòpia Lighthouse, perched on the highest point of the island (352 metres above sea level) and takes around three hours there and back.

Last but not least, the Des Llebeig Lighthouse route gives visitors the most time on the island. It runs along a large part of the Sa Dragonera coastline and heads up to the sixteenth-century Des Llebeig Tower, taking around three hours.


Getting there

Car: The village closest to Sa Dragonera Nature Park on Mallorca is Sant Elm. Road access is via the MA-15, a journey that will take about an hour and a half. From here, there are regular boats over to the island every day of the week.
Bus: Number 412 towards Palma. Get off at the Estación Intermodal. Take the Number 102 towards Port d’Andratx. Get off at Rotunda Ctra. Port d’Andratx. Take the Number 100 towards Sant Elm. Get off at Plaça de Mossèn Sebastià Grau.