Cala Llombards enjoys an outlandish and tranquil life, in the south-east corner of Majorca. You will not find tourism down here, no children, no noise.
Cala Llombards is the coastal area belonging to the village of Es Llombards, located about 1.5 mile inside the island.
Holidaymakers in Cala Llombards are those who rent a villa, and want to get the ultimate feeling of having a life by the sea.
Attractions to see near Cala Llombards
Cala Llombards has one very unique sight you must see, the “es Pontas” rock. This is a rock, standing out in the water, formed by the water, as a gate. You can see this amazing nature phenomenon from the coastline, as you walk around it, taking in all the fantastic views.
As such, the area doesn’t have any typical tourist attractions. However, you should go visit the nearby town of Santanyí which offers a range of local cultural heritage to explore.
Restaurants and food culture in Cala Llombards
There are only a few eateries in Cala Llombards, less than 5 actually. You can however, head to the village of Es Llombards, to find some very good local restaurants and cafes. Cala Llombards is mainly aimed at a self-catering audience.
Accommodation options in Cala Llombards
As earlier said, Cala Llombards is mainly for those wanting to arrange their holiday themselves, or those who bought property down here. It is mainly an domestic area, inhabited by German and British people. The villas in Cala Llombards, all have exquisite views over the coastal line, and you will enjoy some amazing sights, as th area is raised high above sea level.
Popular activities & sports around Cala Llombards
The fresh Mediterranean air, the wild life and colorful landscapes that makes this gorgeous area, is perfect for a bunch of outdoor activities. Cala Llombards is particular popular among cyclists, divers and hikers, who will find optimal conditions for enjoying this amazing part of the island.
Another very popular activity near Cala Llombards, is the protected nature reserve of Parc Natural de Mondragó. This paradise-looking reserve, has two lagunas with silky sand beaches and is home to more than 2400 species of vegetation and animals.
As for beaches in Cala Llombards, you will have access to two of the most unspoiled and clean beaches in Majorca, the Cala d’es Moro and Cala s’Almundaina. These beaches offers silky white sand and crystal clera waters.