The island has an extension of 572 km2 that hides the most varied and beautiful spots of the Mediterranean Sea. With its more than 200 km of beaches you can enjoy a bath in the turquoise waters of beaches like Las Salinas, Cala Conta or Cala Salada. You can also walk through the streets of the citadel Dalt Vila, declared Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO in 1999, for being the best kept fortress of the Mediterranean. For the ones that are searching for tranquility at the country side, you can enjoy of the beautiful landscapes that present the island with the explosion of spring. A route through the interior of the island, through places like Santa Inés or San Mateo, with fields that are full of blooming almond trees that show the island at its splendor. The Can Marçà Cave
(San Miguel Port), eroded by the sea, with stalactites and a 20 meter waterfall is another example of the natural wealth of the island. We can also highlight the crafts in the island with hippie markets as the one at Punta Arabí or Las Dalias. We can choose to visit the Punic deposits of Sa Caleta or the Phoenician - Punic of Puig des Molins. And for the most demanding palates there is also an extensive offer, as much as gastronomy, as precious places for enjoying of the typical products of the island. Products as fish, seafood, mushrooms, asparagus, etc. are prepared for dishes like Arroz Marinera, fish stew (Bullit de peix), the Sofrit pagès, or the confectionery with deserts like the Greixonera (pudding of Ensaimadas) or the Flaó
(mix of goat cheese and mint). May be tasted at beach side restaurants, at narrow streets of Dalt Vila or at a more rustic place like Can Caus in Santa Gertrudis, an old house of the Companatge company where you can also acquire them. Enjoy of the most charismatic island of the Mediterranean.