A privileged environment

Discover the special charm of the South of Majorca

Mondragó Natural Park: an idyllic setting

In 1992 Mondragó was declared as Natural Park. Only 50 m separate us from this magnificent site which has an area of approximately 766 hectares, 95 of which are public property while the rest corresponds to privately owned estates, very parcelled, which are mainly used for extensive dry farming. It is a good choice to enjoy the beaches with crystal clear waters, great outdoors, hiking and bird watching. Find out more

Santanyí: a village with tradition

Santanyí is a village with a rural and typical Majorcan character. Renowned for its weekly markets, its traditions and gastronomy.

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Porto Petro, Cala d’Or and Cala Figuera: The traditional Majorca.

Small coves where you will meet amateur fishermen and enthusiasts of nautical sports among moorings and boats. Harbours with promenades that tempt you to discover them on foot and with a wide gastronomic offer, inviting you to stay for dinner in one of their distinguished and unique restaurants. Cala d’Or has the most important marina on the east coast, as well as picturesque white houses in the purest Ibizan style. Its shopping areas offer all kinds of shops and boutiques for you to browse in.

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