Majorca is not only filled with sun, sea and sand but fascinating, rural archaeological sites to explore, too.
Son Real archaeological site, Santa Margalida is a must-see when visiting Majorca. This large prehistoric cemetery runs along the beautiful coast from Can Picafort, at Son Real. As well as the fascinating remains of the ancient cemetery, this site features an archaeological museum, which can be found inside two renovated, traditional Mallorcan houses.
Discover the fantastic ruins and remains of three old Roman houses in Pollèntia: Casa dels Dos Tresors, Casa del Cap de Bronce and Casa del Noroest. Pollèntia is another captivating archaeological site and this original spot is the only Roman city on the Balearic island that can be reached by foot. Take in the views on a cultural stroll down to Pollèntia, or travel down by car and park your vehicle on-site.