This large park (inaugurated in Jan 2007 with an investment of 27 million Euros), which is around the route of the Toerrente de la Riera, is located in Palma in the district of Bons Aires, and in between the districts of Camp Redo, El Forti and Son Dameto. The park is roughly 1km in length, and just over 250 meters in width, making it the second largest in the city after the Bellver Forest.
There are several entrances into the park, which was originally split into zones including:
Zone A: A dog park and Velodrome
Zone B: the central area
Zone C: Lluís Sitjar Stadium
Zone D: park space next to the Vía de Cintura.
The park offers a wonderful place for families to spend a few hours and enjoy the warm rays of the sun. On the far end towards the Carrer de Salvador Dali you'll find the Amphitheater Sa Riera which offers a large space for outdoor events. Across the Amphitheater (you'll have to cross the bridge) is a skate park.
Towards the center of the park you'll find a very large playground, in a medieval castle theme. There are play areas for all ages here, from young toddlers, to older school children. The main playground is built in a circular circuit allowing children to go all the way around, climbing through obstacles, or exiting using slides, fireman poles, or ladders.
Younger children and toddlers also have a separate play area, including swings and spring riders.There is also a section in green that imitates small hills with tunnels and is covered by shades. All around the playground you'll find numerous (a lot) of benches, in all directions, depending if you want shade or sun.
Right next to the playground are public toilets. Next to that is a small self serve cafe that offers snacks, sandwiches and drinks along with outdoor seating.
Right around the corner from the playground you'll find a water play area, similar to the one located in Ses Estacions with water fountains during the warmer months.
Along the large gravel path, there is new multigenerational training equipment. Across from these are four courts, for basketball, soccer, and volleyball - the soccer one being a turf field.
Tucked away in the far corner of the park is a dog park - towards Carrer d'Andreu Torrens. The remainder of the park is large, spacious and offers plenty of space to do just about any activity. There are benches throughout the park including water fountains. Free parking within the area is fairly difficult, however, there is a parking garage (Aparcament de sa Riera) right next to the park, which is open 24 hours and a price of €1.30 per hour.