Sa Foradada is a peninsula with an impressive 18-metre hole in it, and one of the best anchorages along the coast of Tramuntana. A place dominated by solitude and the murmur of the sea breaking against the coast which acquires intensity at sunset. Land with the tender, as more mundane pleasures await you on shore: from the small pier you can make out the restaurant Sa Foradada, where you can pre-order seafood rice. And if you feel so inclined, in approximately one hour you can walk to the possessió of Son Marroig, visible from the coast, which belonged to Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria and is now open to the public. If you enjoy diving, Sa Foradada is one of the island’s essential diving spots.
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- Recommended anchorage
- NE, SW, S, SE, E
- 39°45'20.54"N - 2°37'19.07"E
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Visit the museum-house and wander through the gardens, following the trail of Archduke Ludwig Salvator.
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Restaurante Sa Foradada
Mediterranean cuisine beside the pier of Sa Foradada, with the very best views of the north coast.
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