Mondragó Park is a little piece of paradise found in the south-eastern corner of Mallorca.
The park was declared nature reserve back in 1992 by the Balearic government, because of the unique biodiversity found in the park.
The park covers an area of more than 785 hectares full Mediterranean vegetation and wildlife. Stony paths leads about in the park for you to easily get around to the most scenic places and reach the most beautiful viewpoints over the sea.
Mondragó is also home to a wide range of different species such as Crossbills, Firecrests, Nightingales, various shell animals and urchins. This is an amazing eco-system where everything is in perfect harmony.
Mondragó offers two amazing white sandy beaches; s’Amarador and Cala de n’Alis, the latter with cafeteria, showers and various facilities. These two, are the biggest beaches in the local area of Santanyí, Cala Llombards, Cala Santanyí, Cala Figuera, Portopetro and Cala d’Or. Note, that on Saturdays and Sundays it may be quite crowded here, as the locals too come here to relax during their weekends.
There is a big parking lot a the entrance about a kilometre from the park itself, which costs €5 for a day ticket. It is also possible to take public bus to the park.