On this route, you will travel through the Llevant region, to the east of the island, where there are heritage elements of great value, as well as beautiful landscapes that range from beaches and sandy coves to cliffs, passing through fields and mountains in the Serres de Llevant. You will begin in Manacor, a town of pearls and furniture and the birthplace of the tennis player Rafa Nadal. In Porto Cristo you will find the impressive Drach and Hams caves. The route continues north to Sa Coma and Cala Millor. On the way to Capdepera you can turn towards the fabulous Artà caves and Canyamel beach. In Capdepera your attention will be drawn to the 14-century fortified area. Nearby is Cala Rajada, a tourist town with beaches and a fishing port. Artà boasts a historic centre and the sanctuary of Sant Salvador.