Serra de Tramuntana
Unesco - World heritage
Consell de Mallorca
Serra de Tramuntana


Famous for its tourism infrastructures, which are concentrated in Peguera and Magaluf, inland Calvià nevertheless exudes serenity and cosmopolitanism, imported by foreigners who have settled here. On the highest point stand the church of Sant Joan, the rectory and an observation deck with good panoramic views. Around 2 km away lies the placid village of Es Capdellà, silhouetted on Es Galatzó.
Along the Galilea road we come to the possessió (rural estate) of Galatzó, where the myth of the Comte Mal survives, an evil count condemned to roam through the centuries on a horse of fire.
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