If we want to experience a magical moment, we can head to idyllic Calas Coves, where we can find a necropolis formed by a hundred burial caves. These hypogeums are dug out the rocky cliff sides of the Binidalí and Son Domingo gorges, giving the area an extreme beauty.
The necropolis holds different types of tombs ranging from the Bronze Talayotic (1200-750b.C) with simple artificial caved rooms, round or rectangular and difficult to access. We can also recognize the Iron Age caves (750-123 b.C.) with larger and more complex chambers, pillars next to walls, outside patios dug in the rock, rectangular door ways with framings, altars or chapel places.
The caves were used from the 11th century until the arrival of the Romans in 123 b.C.
Breathing the atmosphere at the necropolis of Calas Coves will easily transport us to the past, imagining the cove waters lighted by torches during a prehistoric burial ritual. In order to reach this fascinating place
, we can take the raod from Sant Climent to Cala en Porter and turn left at kilometre 8,5, where we find a sharp sloping path which we recommend walking down so as to absorb the natural beauty of the surroundings.