This small fishing town has a unique natural port, declared a cultural interest site in 2002. Walking through the small town, you can reach some of the best fish restaurants of the island, as the restaurant Es Caló, Can Pasccual, Can Rafalet…
Nearby there is a Greenway Route, which runs along the entire historical track and goes up until La Mola, known as the Camí de Sa Pujada (Camino Romano). Here you can reach one of the places with the best panoramic views of the island!
Moreover, enjoy the diverse types of landscapes; on one side, La Mola cliffs, and on the other side the calm of the beach of Es Caló.