An archaeological treasure, the public Finca Son Real

Around Can Picafort and the municipality Santa Margalida, you can find a lot of archaeological remains, covering all stages of the prehistory of the island. Much of these remains are of considerable importance, both for its condition and its uniqueness: some are even around the western Mediterranean.

The public finca of Son Real is a natural and historical treasure. It is located on the northeast coast of Mallorca, on the road between Can Picafort and Arta.

In its 395 hectares, you can find an antique, archaeological site, a set of ecosystems, dune areas and juniper pine forests, ancient quarries of sand, towers, 4 walking routes and 3 cycling, an exclusive riding itinerary, an office for information and free bicycle rental and binoculars.

The two houses that make up the architectural ensemble of Son Real, ‘Se Sestadors’ and “la casa de los Señores” have been refurbished to turn them into an interpretation center and a museum.

In addition, the farm has 5 signposted itineraries that allow you to visit different natural and agricultural environments of Son Real, as well as easy access to the main points of interest in the estate: talayot ​​Figueral, necropolis of the Punta des Phoenicians, dolmen, shelter , beach, etc.