Situated between the Serra de Tramuntana and the Mediterranean Sea, it stands out thanks to the typical cut terraces overlooking the sea as well as its beautiful sunsets. These cut terraces used to be crowded, first with vines (Malvasía) and later with "Ramallet" tomatoes. The first of these has recently picked up again.


Sa Baronia

It is a family hostel built in 1952 on an old stately home from the 17th century, and later extended in the 60s and 70s. It is situated in the centre of the town, next to the church and a defensive tower. It has a charming interior patio and a lovely swimming pool with views of the sea.


The Torre de Ses Ànimes viewpoint

A watchtower built in the 16th century, situated above the sea just one kilometre from the centre of the town. It gives us one of the most beautiful panoramic outlooks anywhere on the islands.



Banyalbufar has two lovely stone beaches, one of them with a freshwater waterfall and a small fishing port.



A public estate acquired by the Council of Mallorca in 2009. The land has a considerable history. It stands out due to it being the nesting site for various birds, its numerous fountains, and due to it having one of the holm oak groves with the highest concentration of "sitges" and shelters for the people who burned charcoal.  Also, up to seven lime furnaces can be found.