A pair of archaeologists have discovered what is thought to be the remains of an ancient Islamic settlement deep in Mallorca’s Tramuntana mountains.
The important discovery follows excavations around the Gorg Blau Lake located in the west of the island, with the people behind the unearthing thinking that it could stretch for over 60,000 square metres.
The ruins could become a huge attraction for those visiting the Balearic Island and hoping to see some of its rich ancient history. Already, several sites across Majorca have become extremely popular with both residents and tourists alike.
One of the problems faced is that water levels in the lake are due to rise for the next few months, meaning that the ruins will be underwater, with excavations continuing after the winter months.
If you are looking for a historical and cultural destination to enjoy a villa holiday in, why not make sure that your next break is in a villa in Majorca, who knows what you could find?