Enjoy Campanet and its surroundings. Discover what to do and what to see in this stunning location.
This small Mallorcan municipality is located in the north west of the island and is home to just 2612 inhabitants. This makes it the perfect place for disconnecting and relaxing among nature in Mallorca.
Campanet is the essence and charm of a typical, rural Mallorcan town. You’ll be sure to fall in love with it.
What do to in Campanet
Although Campanet is small, that doesn’t stop it from being home to one of the most beautiful and incredible spots on the island: Les coves de Campanet.
Les Coves de Campanet cover 3200m2, with a route of almost 400m and are located in a stunning valley surrounded by greenery which adds that charming, rural touch. Enjoy the magical landscape and guided visits led by experts, exploring the stalagmites and stalactites that cover the cave; a light and colour show you’ll be sure to love.
To top off a day at the caves, you can enjoy a refreshment and reenergise at the restaurant/café.
Another perfect cultural plan is a visit to the Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción. This Church is a perfect example of traditional architecture in the Serra de Tramuntana, located on a hill in the heart of Campanet, right next to the town’s Plaza Mayor (main square).
Inside, you’ll find the sculpture of the Virgen from 1578 and the body of a soldier in the Roman catacombs, the martyr, Victorianus.
Sports activities in Campanet
Campanet is the perfect spot to enjoy mountain sports, both hiking and cycling, thanks to the wide range of routes it offers. It also has a variety of different routes and there’s something for all levels.
If you’re around Campanet, one of the best trips is a visit to the Ses Fonts Ufanes. This is one of the island’s easier trips, but also one of the most beautiful, especially in autumn and winter, as the Ses Fonts Ufanes are a series of natural fountains which flow thunderously after intense rain during these seasons.
This only happens a few times a year, so if it’s been raining heavily, it’s a good opportunity to visit this unique spot in Mallorca.
Campanet borders other nearby towns such as Ullaró, Moscari, Selva, Búrger and others. The most interesting spot is just a few kilometres away, in Pollensa and Alcudia.
Pollensa has plenty of history that dates back to the Romans and the Muslim invasion, all of which is still present as you wander around the streets. Cross the Roman bridge which, even today, remains in use to cross the Torrent de Sant Jordi, or visit the Puig de Maria monastery which was abandoned in 1576.
Alternatively, you’ll be able to enjoy the nightlife in Alcúdia, as its extensive seafront is packed with restaurants and bars, in addition to a few of the island’s well-known clubs. You’ll also be able to take a dip at the beach on a hot summer day.
If you’re looking for the best rural hotel in Campanet to relax after a busy day packed with excitement, Monnàber Vell is what you’re after. It’s located at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana, just a few minutes from the heart of the town and very well connected to the nearby municipalities and towns.
Relax during your holiday and take in Mallorca’s natural beauty.