The municipality, characterized by the flatness of the terrain, comprising the coastal and inland areas. The first is occupied by an important but fragile dunes of pinewood, while the interior landscape is characterized by dry farming land, cereals and almonds.
On the other hand, its special topography has led to human settlements, which makes it the municipality with the highest number of archaeological sites on the island. The prehistoric remains that stand out are various: the Talaiot of Sa Nineta, Es Figueral de Son Real, Sa Punta des patrón and funerary circle of Son Bauló. The necropolis of Son Real and illa des Porros are the most important sites.