Situated in the heart of Serra de Tramuntana, a World Heritage Site, Sa Comuna de Bunyola provided its neighbours with resources for many years. Proof of this is the multitude of ethnological items that can be found along its paths: silos, bread and lime ovens, cisterns, etc.
The recreational area of Sa Comuna is the ideal place to spend the day in the heart of nature. Here you'll find a picnic area equipped with stoves and tables where you can enjoy a picnic with the family.
Moreover, the Sa Comuna Refuge is open to the public all year round, and is the perfect place to stay in the heart of Serra de Tramuntana.
An itinerary that allows you to discover the most historical corners of Sa Comuna de Bunyola. The hiking route takes three ethnological sites as reference points, where you will find traces of silos, lime furnaces or miners' huts, among other elements. These are remains of a clear heritage from past inhabitants, who used the forest for its resources.
Starting from the village of Bunyola and entering the mountain paths, you reach the top of Penyal d’Honor, located at 819 meters' altitude. This is the highest point of Comuna and therefore the best place to enjoy spectacular views over the natural landscape of Serra de Tramuntana. The way here is full of charming spots such as a house built in a cave, or the old silos and cisterns.
This hiking route is ideal for discovering the flora and fauna of Sa Comuna de Bunyola, including the red kite, the black vulture and the characteristic Balearic genet. The first point of the route will take you to Puig de na Marit, where you can rest after the climb. Those with a good sense of direction can also reach the Cova de s'Aigua, a cave featuring ceramic remains.
This circular route offers an overview of the forest of Sa Comuna, as well as some of the ethnological remains of the area, including silos and miners' huts. The itinerary is easy and has alternative routes to different points such as Penyal d’Honor, the highest point in the whole of Sa Comuna de Bunyola.