The County of the Plain of Mallorca (Pla de Mallorca / Llanura de Mallorca) occupies most of the central plain of the island of Majorca. This region also played a central role in the economic life of the island to tourism development that began in the 1960s, most Majorcan living in this region, and the nobility, who often lived in the capital, based on its agricultural areas of the plain (possessió) for her income. Today, the county (comarca) of Pla de Mallorca is the least populated of the six counties of the island (about 55,000 inhabitants).
The region is predominantly agricultural, with only a narrow north coast of the Bay of Alcúdia, benefits from tourism with the resort of Can Picafort, in the municipality of Santa Margalida. In the interior, agro-tourism is trying to develop.
The central plain of Mallorca is bordered on the west by the mountain range of the Serra de Tramuntana, to the east is the chain of hills Serres de Llevant, in the north by the Bay of Alcúdia and to the south by Bay of Palma.
The plain is dominated by a few high peaks: the Hill of Randa (543 m), the Hill of Galdent (400 m), the Hill of Bonany (317 m) and the Hill of Sant Miquel (239 m).
We then will walk in Petra, the hometown of Juníper Serra, before reaching Sineu, formerly the site of a royal palace and that has an imposing parish church, then will head to Llubí, a short distance from the chapel Sant Cristo del Remei. The landscape remains the same until Inca. Exit the Puig de Santa Magdalena to visit the sanctuary, where you can admire the view of the plains, the mountains and the coast.
Following the road along the marsh bordered with dwarf evergreen oaks, we arrive at Can Picafort, where you can visit Sa Canova Talaiot, the necropolis of Son Real, the islet of Els Porros; and Son Bauló (dolmens).
Can Picafort cross to reach Muro, an important historical town (parish and chapel).