Manacor, located in the eastern part of Mallorca, is the capital of the region of Levante. Manacor is a popular destination, because on the one hand, you can visit numerous well-preserved historical buildings and, on the other hand, the almost daily markets encourage visitors to stroll through some of the beautiful narrow streets. Manacor has about 30,000 inhabitants, making the town and the region of the same name one of the largest municipalities in Mallorca. The municipality of Manacor includes the villages of Son Macià, Son Negre, Manacor city and Porto Cristo, all important tourist and holiday resorts on the island. In addition, there is a prehistoric settlement called "Hospitalet Vell" which invites you to immerse yourself in the Talayotic culture, this settlement is located on the road from Manacor to Calles de Mallorca and is definitely worth a visit. In the evening, the old town of Manacor, with its historic walls, watchtowers and excellent restaurants, offers the opportunity to dine in a charming atmosphere while listening to the talented street musicians. The best known locality of Manacor (Majorca) is undoubtedly Porto Cristo, only 14km from the city, this small town stands out for having one of the most beautiful natural harbours of our country with a very pleasant promenade and a good offer of leisure and entertainment. In Porto Cristo a visit to the Drac caves is highly recommended. Entering the Drac caves is like entering a magical world. With a length of 1.200 metres and a maximum depth of 25 metres below the surface, the Drac caves hide in their interior the underground lake Martel, considered to be one of the largest underground lakes in the world, and going through the caves by boat is an experience not to be missed.