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

Interpretation centres and nature museums


Ca s’Amitger
Serra de Tramuntana Nature Area Information Centre
A reception, information and interpretation centre for the protected natural space, designed to make its natural and cultural values known to the public.
Carretera Lluc a Pollença, s/n
Tel. 971 517 083 / 971 517 070

Alfàbia gardens
This historic possessió in Bunyola is open to visitors, who can tour its magnificent gardens and a house with elements in different styles – Arab, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Romantic and Rococo.
Ctra. Palma-Sóller, km 17
Tel. 971 613 123

Caimari Ethnological Park
This open-air museum displays the most characteristic dry stone constructions of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range: charcoal furnace, charcoal burner’s hut, ice house, lime kiln, and traditional hunting techniques such as parany de lloses and coll de tords.
Ses Deveres

Sóller Botanical Garden and Balearic Natural Science Museum
The botanical garden enables one to contemplate a huge collection of indigenous flora, as well as plants from other Mediterranean islands and a display from the Canary Islands. The Balearic Natural Science Museum exhibits fossils, the remains of Myotragus balearicus, micro-paleontological preparations and items from its own collection or those donated by individuals.
Ctra. Palma – Port de Sóller, km 30,5
Tel. 971 634 014

Costa Nord Cultural Centre
Interpretation Centre of the Serra de Tramuntana which guides visitors through the history of the natural enclave and the figure of the Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria.
Avda. de Palma, 6
Tel. 971 612 425