The Parc Natural de sa Dragonera restores the na Miranda viewpoint

May 28, 2023 | Current affairs, Featured, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

Department of Sustainability and the Environment
The works are being carried out by the park’s own staff and are scheduled to be completed in September

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Parc Natural de sa Dragonera

The Department of Sustainability and the Environment has begun restoration work on the na Miranda viewpoint, located in the Parc Natural de sa Dragonera. The viewpoint, which offers privileged views of Sant Elm and Mallorca, has been closed to the public for years due to the danger of a concrete slab bursting into flames.

The restoration and consolidation of the viewpoint of na Miranda consist of demolishing the concrete slab and then filling in the earth with material that has been reused from the same foundations. In this way, the esplanade used as a viewpoint will be recovered and the danger of subsidence will be eliminated.

The cost of the work is approximately 4,000 euros and if there are no setbacks it is expected to be finished in September. The work is being carried out by stonemasons from the Works and Maintenance unit of the Department of Sustainability and the Environment under the direction of the architect Maties Togores and the technical architect Alexandre Oliver.

Itinerary in Miranda

This is the only circular route and the shortest, 1.12 km long, which takes 30 minutes. The highest section is on a slope. Here you can contemplate the old areas of the conreu that surround Cala en Lledó and which are now being recovered to increase the feeding areas of the migratory granivorous birds.

It has a picnic area, where you can enjoy a picnic surrounded by nature, and a viewpoint, from where you can enjoy a panoramic view of the Freu and the coast of Sant Elm. This route is a perfect option for a short hike with children in the warmer months or for those who are less intrepid, although the views are not indifferent.

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