Sa Penya Esbarrada
Walking along the beautiful Pla de Corona, in Santa Agnès, you will come across signs directing you to an archaeological site called Sa Penya Esbarrada. This area, known by some as “The Gates of Heaven”, runs along the edge of impressive cliffs, from which you can enjoy beautiful sunsets in summer. At the side of the access road is a small restaurant with a natural viewpoint, on the edge of the cliff. From there you can see the islands known as Ses Margalides, the largest of which has a unique form with a large central arch which small boats can sail under.
The archaeological site consists of the remains of a Moorish country house inhabited until the 12th century. The enclosure is fenced off, as only some of the aligned stones that formed the base of its walls are preserved, but is perfectly visible from the outside.