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Punta de N'Amer, Cala Millor

Protected coastal region on the east of Mallorca


This 200-hectare nature reserve on a headland jutting out from the east coast of Mallorca is an oasis of peace amid a desert of high rise apartments and hotels.

Once the whole coast was like this - thankfully, environmentalists have saved this small section from development. It is covered in local varieties of plants and dunes, forming the habitat of beautiful species of marine birds.

Walk south from Cala Millor, or north from Sa Coma, on a well-defined 1.5km track. Eventually, you reach the Castell de n'Amer, a 17th-century watchtower. Have a drink at the summit and look down at what you have left behind.

Visitor comments

  • "Had a morning bike ride up to the castle from Cala Millor. Lovely little cafe/restaurant for refreshments at the castle and fantastic views across to S'illot, Sa Coma and Cala Millor. Paths from Cala Millor got steep up to the castle but a lot easier going to Sa Coma. Worth a visit." - Trip Advisor
  • "A lovely walk to the castle and well worth it when you get there. Lovely views over S'llot and Calla Millor. There is a cafe/bar serving food and drinks and you can sit and enjoy the stunning views. Lovely experience." - Trip Advisor
  • "We walked to Punta de n'Amer from Cala Bona and loved every minute. The tiny castle given an atmospheric glimpse into the past and the terrain of the coastline, which consists of raised, ossified coral is fascinating - you feel that you could be on the surface of the Moon." - Trip Advisor


Meeting Spaces
  • Café


  • Bird Watching
  • Hiking / Walking
  • Nature