4 hours

From €5

Son Mut Nou

Almost 3,000 endangered fig trees from 1,308 different varieties. Son Mut Nou, an estate in the heart of the Marina de Llucmajor in Mallorca, is committed to conserving and analysing all the different types of fig trees. That is the aim of Montserrat Pons y Boscana, a pharmacist from Llucmajor, whose love for fig trees and research on their importance in Mallorcan life and history led her to begin a project which is the only one of its kind in the world.

Son Mut Nou is an experimental area where fig trees are grown so they can be studied and better known scientifically. This also allows an analysis of their importance in the development of Mallorcan society, founded on the land and agriculture.

With a guide

Includes explanations by the owner of the estate


4 hours

Booking required

We advise you to book online

Breakfast included

Typical Mallorcan pa amb oli will be served

Son Mut Nou. Guided visit

If you admire beauty and love the land, the guided tour of Son Mut Nou is especially recommended for you. The owner of the estate, Montserrat Pons y Boscana, will explain the characteristics of each of the different varieties while you discover what the fig trees are like and a few of their peculiarities.

Discover European and African varieties and even some whose origin is unknown even though they are common in the Mallorcan countryside. This guided tour will also address the importance and meaning of fig trees to Mallorca, reflecting on how they have contributed to the development and importance of the Mallorcan countryside. You can also enjoy a fantastic typical Mallorcan breakfast with different dishes made with figs and pa amb oli. Visit the most rural Mallorca at Son Mut Nou.

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