Fornells is a fishing village with a natural harbour (5 km in length) in its sheltered bay.
Its palm-lined pedestrianised walkway invites many visitors to enjoy a stroll along the water‘s edge with lots of seafood restaurants, famed for its typical caldereta de llangosta, a lobster stew, or serving other types of seafood landed just this morning!
There is no beach in Fornells, yet for the experienced swimmer the bay offers crystal-clear deep warters ideal for snorkelling.
The Torre de Fornells, a former watchtower built by the British at the beginning of the 19th century, is now opened as a museum.
(Opening times during the summer: 11.00 - 14.00 and 17.00 - 20.00, except on Mondays and Sundays).
You can climb to the top of the tower to experience what would once have been the view of approaching enemies.
The Castell de Sant Antoni is a former defence castell, the building of which started the origins of Fornells itself.