Tucked away in the core of Mallorca in the Es Raiguer is Campanet, a traditionally quaint Mallorcan village. Like many towns, the market square is the heart of the Campanet and comes alive with locals enjoying coffee and reading the paper, and you will notice many cyclists passing through too. We strongly encourage you to explore the town and enjoy life as the locals do.
Local fruit & vegetable market: Tuesday in the main square 8am – 1pm.
Festivals: The main ‘fiesta’ is the last weekend in September and Friday sees a lantern procession begin at 8.30pm.
Coves de Campanet
One of Campanet’s most significant claims to fame and what it is known for is the ‘Coves de Campanet’ caves. A visit to the coves is a great way to see what’s lurking under the ground in the island of Mallorca. Found in 1945 by local workers, Coves de Campanet cover over 3,000m2, and some of the chambers go down nearly 300m. Local rocks combined with dripping water, form magnificent stalactites and stalagmites creating rooms such as the Palm Tree and the Lake Chamber.
Ses Fonts Ufanes
If you visit Mallorca during an unusually rainy week, then the natural phenomenon of Ses Fonts Ufanes intermittent spring is a not-to-miss event. Only when the aquifer from Sa Pobla overflows with rain, water enters up and finds a way through the grounds of the Fonts Ufanes. This phenomenon can be hard to see as it only happens a few times a year depending on the rainfall. The walk to Ses Fonts Ufanes is lovely, and even without the spring flowing, we recommend you take a walk over.