llevant travel guide
top places of interest in the llevant region
Llevant is an amazing region to explore.
esglesia nova (new church)
This beautiful and unique open-air church, is not only an attraction but a landmark of the entire area of Son Servera. The church is built by one of Gaudí’s partners, which clearly shows in the many details and stylistics in the architecture. The church is situated in the heart of Son Servera and an absolute must see attraction in this area.
cuevas del drach – the dragon caves
Perhaps the biggest and most popular of their kind, the Cuevas del Drach stalactite caves is a huge tourist attraction in Mallorca. Dive down underground into the mysterious and fascinating world under the surface and allow yourself to be amazed of what beauty Mother Earth is capable of creating. The highlight of the tour, is a classical concert and a sail on Europe’s largest underground lake.
castell de capdepera
Visit this amazing old fortress that was built in year 1300 by the king of Mallorca, who was preparing a military campaign to conquer Menorca from the Moors. The castle soon expanded and grew into a village, the village we now know as Capdepera. The castle offers some breathtaking views and fascinating stories that you will experience during your visit. On clear days, you can easily see the coasts of Menorca from the castle.
visit one of the most well-preserved and biggest excavation sites from Mallorca’s talayotic period, the amazing s’Hospital Vell located between Manacor and Porto Cristo. At the site you will discover early days community structure, architecture, defense systems and burial sites, a very interesting place of interest that exhibits the rich history of Mallorca’s prehistoric life.
Llevant natural park
Discover some of the most scenic mediterranean nature, breathtaking viewpoints and fascinating places remenicient from a time gone by.
local weekly markets in the llevant region
Local markets are among the most popular activities in Mallorca!
where is the llevant region found
Son Servera is located in the region of Llevant on Mallorca’s north-eastern side. Besides from the village itself, the municipality includes popular holiday destinations such as Cala Bona and Costa del Pins.
Other regions to explore in Mallorca
Tramuntana is the largest region in Mallorca and by far the most sought for area on the island.
Raiguer is a versatile region that offers both wonderful beach resorts, charming mountain villages and rural countryside.
pla de mallorca
Pla de Mallorca is Mallorca’s most agricultural region, full of tranquil areas and small villages.
Palma is both the capital of Mallorca and a region of its own.
Migjorn occupies the southeastern part of Mallorca, full of many small golden coves, hidden gems and scenic natural areas.