Majorca features today 14 of the most beautiful lighthouses of Europe. Some of them, the oldest in the world, are still showing the harbour’s entrance to the sailors of the XXist century, so that they do not lose sight of the land and can go back home. These authentic cultural heritages can be visited through trekking excursions, which will allow you to discover the unique landscapes of this fabulous island of the Mediterranean.
Porto Pi lighthouse
The Porto Pi lighthouse, located in the western area of Palma’s seaside promenade, direction Illetas and Cala Major, is the third oldest lighthouse in the world still active. This data makes it worth visiting, not to mention the surroundings, with a small cove where to have a bath and sunbathe a bit.
Ses Salines lighthouse
Discover the most southern extreme of Majorca: the Ses Salines lighthouse is the ideal setting for admiring the island of Cabrera and visiting some of the most emblematic unspoilt beaches of Majorca, such as Es Carbó and Es Caragol. It is a beautiful Mediterranean building that invites you to fill the camera with beautiful photographs.
It worked almost 80 years in Palma’s harbour, welcoming the boats entering the bay. Today, after its change of location, it can be seen off in the commercial dock of the city, discreetly guarding the harbour.
Cala Figuera lighthouse
Located in one of the most charming villages of the eastern coast of Majorca, Cala Figera lighthouse is the symbol of the fishing essence of this nook of the island, where you can stop the clock and contemplate how boats play with the waves.
The indispensable one. The lighthouse par excellence: located in the peninsula of the same name, which crowns the Tramuntana mountain range, it is a show of nature and monumental character. The lighthouse is located at the end of a sinuous road that takes you along the hillsides over the sea, at the top of a stunning cliff.
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