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From prehistoric times to present day, the different villages that have settled in the Majorcan east have left their mark in the form of constructions that, to this day, you can still admire. In addition, very close to Cala Mesquida are the caves of Drach and Artà, natural landmarks of the island that you should not miss.

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  • Capdepera Castle

    Built in the 14th century by order of King James II in order to protect the local inhabitants from pirate attacks.

  • Ca’n Creu d’Inca

    A stately house in the centre of Capdepera where exhibitions are organised.

  • Santuario de Sant Salvador in Artà

    Built as a defensive wall at the time of the Muslim occupation, was converted into a Christian property by King James I. It served as a refuge for the inhabitants against the corsairs in the 16th century.

  • Ermita de Betlem in Artà

    Inhabited by hermits from the beginning of the 19th century until 2010, you can still see the lifestyle of this small religious community.

  • Torre de Canyamel

    The most important defensive tower in Majorca. Gothic style, dating from the 13th century.

  • Artà Caves

    Located in Cape Vermell, a show of nature where stalactites and stalagmites cover the walls creating figures that defy the imagination.

  • Drach Caves

    In Porto Cristo, its galleries extend over 1,200 metres in length and are 25 metres deep. Home to one of the largest underground lakes in the world, Lake Martel.

  • Ses Païses d’Artà

    One of the best preserved Talayotic archaeological sites on the island.