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Watch this 360º video and experience the “flat geyser”, hydrological phenomenon, at this UNESCO protected site called Ses Fonts Ufanes in Campanet, Mallorca, part of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site as well. This was filmed on January 28th, 2018, which was the first time in 2018 that the waters bubbled up and created the powerful water torrent.

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Mallorca 360 takes you to the municipality of Campanet, to the UNESCO site of Ses Fonts Ufanes, a “flat geyser”, hydrological phenomenon, where the water bubbles up from the ground creating a powerful water torrent. It’s a sight to behold, and this was the first time in 2018 that the intermittent spring bubbled up. Mallorca 360 takes you there, so you can relax, live, meditate, contemplate, and experience Mallorca in 360º. 

Produced by Mallorca 360 in collaboration with Franco Esteve (https://www.francoesteve.com) and Producciones Tecatas. ©2018 Mallorca 360 and partners. All rights reserved. 

360º Ses Fonts Ufanes in Campanet UNESCO site in 360º VR 4K | Mallorca 360
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Mallorca 3609 mons ago
@oscar garcia You're most welcome. :) Don't forget to check out our other videos. Thanks for watching.
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oscar garcia9 mons ago
@Mallorca 360 Thank u for so detailed explanation. Thank youuuuu!
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Mallorca 3609 mons ago
Thank you everyone! We’re happy y’all are enjoying the wonder of this UNESCO protected site and phenomenon. Keep watching and enjoying as there’s more to come. We release a new video every week. 🙏😃
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Mallorca 3609 mons ago
@Atilinha It certainly IS a magic forest. We’re very happy you enjoyed it so much. We loved being there to make it and being able to share it with y’all. 😃 Thanks for your comment and for watching. Don’t forget to like and folllow as there’s a lot more to come. Cheers.
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Mallorca 3609 mons ago
@Lee Everett We obviously agree. 😃 Thanks for watching and don’t forget to like and follow.
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Mallorca 3609 mons ago
@Dayana Cristina Resende Menezes Cristina We couldn’t agree more. We love this place and are happy you enjoyed it. 😃 Thanks for watching.
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Atilinha9 mons ago
Is this the magic forest? It was incredible.
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Lee Everett9 mons ago
It's incredible. it's beautiful
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@Mallorca 360 This is really amazing. Beating nature gives us a lot of unexpected surprises.
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Mallorca 3609 mons ago
@oscar garcia That's the amazing thing about Ses Fonts Ufanes and why it's like a "flat geyser". The phenomenon is that it just seeps from the ground in large amounts as you can see in the video. When it's dry, it just looks like normal flat ground, but when you get a lot of heavy rains, this happens. :) Thanks for your comment and for watching. Don't forget to follow us for more. Cheers.
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