Sa Calobra is one of the most interesting routes of the Mediterranean. It winds on artificially made ramps, or on the hollow platforms on the slopes of rocks. The road's main curiosity is the 360 degree bend that runs under itself, thanks to a bridge. That is why the road was named Sa Calobra: it means “the snake”.
At the very end of the road, in a small bay stands the town Sa Calobra. It prides on its wonderful beaches full of pebbles. In the town, there are several restaurants, gift shops, but primarily a fascinating nature.
The town Sa Calobra is also the gateway to the canyon Torrent de Pareis . Visitors can get there along two artificially carved tunnels in rocks. Sa Calobra is also an important tourist port, from where cruises along the western coast of the island depart.