Campanet tourist information

Authentic Mallorcan life

Campanet is a small town located in the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range on the island of Majorca. This picturesque town is known for its stunning landscapes and peaceful atmosphere, making it a popular destination for tourists and locals alike.

If you are interested in experiencing a little authentic Mallorcan life and want a break from the busy tourist areas, Campanet is definitely worth a brief detour. Quilted with luscious sheep-grazed meadows and surrounded by stunning landscapes, this small town of around 2600 inhabitants is an appealing village with a central square dominated by a 18th century looming Gothic church.

The town has a rich cultural heritage, dating back to the Moorish occupation of Majorca in the 9th century. The historic center of Campanet is home to several buildings of historical significance, including the church of Sant Bartomeu, which dates back to the 17th century, and the town hall, which was built in the 19th century. Visitors can also explore the town’s ancient defence tower, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

One of the main attractions of Campanet is its stunning natural beauty. The town is surrounded by rolling hills and lush green forests, making it a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can explore the area on foot, horseback or by bike, with several well-marked trails leading through the stunning countryside. In the spring and summer months, the hills are dotted with colourful wildflowers, adding to the beauty of the landscape.

Discover the Campanet Caves at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. See a variety of impressive crystalline formations.


Natural springs

Located above picturesque and little-visited countryside, the town of Campanet is not on the radar of most tourists and the majority of the residents work in the nearby resorts therefore during the Summer months, you really can feel like you have escaped people altogether.

Very well connected to several major towns and resorts by the road network, Campanet has many natural springs which flow down from the mountains and is well-known for its spring water.

The area is extremely popular for hikers, it has stunning mountain scenery and a variety of hiking routes of different grades.


Caves of Campanet

The town itself is a peaceful and welcoming place, with a friendly local community and a relaxed pace of life. There are plenty of traditional restaurants and bars, offering a variety of delicious Majorcan cuisine, as well as small shops selling local crafts and products.

A good time to visit is on a Tuesday when the market is open. For shopaholics, the nearest large town is Inca; which is famous on the island for leather goods and weekly market.

Local attractions include the caves of Campanet with natural rock formations and underground lakes and the 13th century chapel of Sant Miquel. 2023 prices for a tour of the caves are €16 per person – Buy tickets.

Upon arrival at the cave, enjoy your visit on your own that lasts about 40 minutes through three different chambers which have existed for millions of years. See a variety of crystalline formations and learn about the geology of the region. See large collapse chambers furnished by a rich natural crystalline interior. Note the many formations of stalactites and stalagmites and learn about paleontological and biological findings in the caves.

In conclusion, Campanet is a hidden gem in Majorca, offering visitors a unique combination of rich history, stunning natural beauty, and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for a quiet getaway or an active outdoor adventure, Campanet is the perfect destination for a memorable holiday in Majorca.

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If you enjoy getting out on the water, there are plenty of opportunities available on the island. With hidden bays that can only be accessed by boat, perfect non-tidal waters, 555 km of coastline, incredible weather and stunning views, Mallorca is a boater’s paradise. From paddle surfing to diving to jet-ski excursions & cruises, there’s a massive choice of experiences to choose from