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Tripadvisdor Review – Mar 2019

Great and relaxing stay

Smart Aparthotel with great facilities and location. Extremely helpful staff, nothing was too much trouble. Food pretty good, fruit selection fantastic. Would not hesitate to recommend and hope to return.

Booking review – June 2019

Exepcional

Breakfast is really great with huge choice and quality food. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful!

Tripadvisdor Review – April 2019

Fabulous short break

This is our third stay at la Pergola and was a lovely short break before the Easter rush. We upgraded to half board before we travelled and feel we got value for money. The hotel is very clean and the staff very friendly…

Tripadvisdor Review – April 2019

Wonderful

We stayed here whilst walking the GR221 for a little bit of luxury and that is exactly what we got. Watching the sunset made it extra special.

Booking Review – May 2019

Fantastic apartment and area

Plenty of space in our apartment, very clean with everything we needed, plenty of windows around the apartment letting in a lot of natural light.

Expedia Review – Jan 2019

Great Place

Excellent place to stay. Staff was amazing friendly. I will definitely come back. Thanks for everything.

Discover Sa Dragonera and how to get to it

Discover Sa Dragonera and how to get to it

Although the Balearic Islands appear in countless magazines and travel blogs around the world, they can still cause pleasant surprises for their visitors and residents alike.

Untouched spots and enclaves that keep the charm of the Balearic Islands.

Sa Dragonera, only 15 minutes by boat from Mallorca (700 meters from coast to coast), is one of those lesser-known places that still radiate peace and tranquillity and, moreover, exude the Mediterranean essence in every inch. The Sa Dragonera Natural Park is located in the far west of Mallorca and is a kind of extension of the Sierra de Tramuntana. A small island where you can enjoy nature, the native fauna, the sea and the mountains.

Declared a Natural Park on the 26th January, 1995, Sa Dragonera was the first stop of Jaume I just before his conquest of Mallorca in 1229. For years it was a hideout for pirates and smugglers, and now it is a haven for all who are looking for an oasis of peace.

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How to get to Sa Dragonera?

There are several options to reach Sa Dragonera. The quickest and most common way is by a small boat that leaves from the village of Sant Elm, located 700 meters from the islet, and that arrives in just 15 minutes.

Another option for the more adventurous looking to get wet from head to toe is kayaking. You can also rent one from Sant Elm and do the route either alone or with a group and stop at the most important caves and bays in the area.

Once you've decided on the mode of transport you want, all you have to do is enjoy the charm and history of Sa Dragonera.

Indispensable: walk the 4 kilometres from one end to the other, visit the three lighthouses, take a swim in the harbour, take a trip through the natural park and of course look for the famous lizards (we warn you: it's easier than you think).

Enjoying Sa Dragonera is almost inevitable.