Watering Holes

Most people think of Mallorca as a dry, arid island with no natural water resources. Far from it. There is s’Albufera, a wetland area near Alcúdia, Ses Fonts Ufanes, the vauclusian springs near Campanet, Gorg Blau and Embassament de Cúber, two water reservoirs up in the Tramuntana mountains, and a few hundred natural water holes, known as pozos, already discovered by the Moors during their peaceful occupation of Mallorca between 903 and 1229. If you should be looking for places of residence in the north of Mallorca, accommodation for rent can be found at Pollensa villas.

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