Mallorca South coast
The southern part of Mallorca has an
unspoiled landscape as far as the eye can see. Combined with
charming villages and exotic beaches, this part of Mallorca is
perfect for all nature lovers.
In particular, the south coast of
Mallorca is home to the islands most famous beach, which is also
among the best ones in Europe. Naturally, the beach in question is
Es Trenc. With its almost white
sand and turquoise water, the beach is also referred to as the
Caribbean of Mallorca. A long natural beach located in a
conservation area, so here are no hotels or similar buildings.
For those who think that Es Trenc is too
crowded, luckily, there are several good alternatives. One kilometre
to the northwest, you will find s'Arenal de sa Rąpita, another
natural beach which is quite similar to Es Trenc. Those who are not
shy of a short walk should go visit the lovely beach
which is never too crowded. Here the visitors will experience the
genuine beauty of south Mallorca in peaceful surroundings.
The largest holiday resort in south
Colonia Sant Jordi. In this
relatively quiet holiday resort, you will find the town beach Es
Port close to the harbour, and a few hundred metres east of the
town, you will find the natural beach Es Dolc, which is somewhat
bigger. Even further to the east, you will find several other
beaches, in particular Platja des Carbó.
Another charming holiday resort is the
The beach of the same name is impressively located deep inside a
rocky bay, which is 300 metres long. A perfect holiday resort for
visitors, who would like to stay close to the wild nature, but also
have a few restaurants and shops nearby.
However, the southern part of Mallorca
is more than just beaches and impressive natural landscapes. Further
into the land, you will find several old villages, which have
retained much of their original charm. Some of these are the
relatively big town Llucmajor and the smaller towns Campos and
Felantix. These towns are always worth a visit, but many people
visit them on the local market days.