Migjorn travel guide
holiday destinations in the Migjorn region
Colónia de Sant Jordi
top places of interest and attractions in the Migjorn region
santuari de sant salvador
local weekly markets in the migjorn region
Local markets are among the most popular activities in Mallorca!
Colònia de Sant Jordi
where is the Migjorn region LOCATED
Migjorn contains the municipalities of Llucmajor, Campos, Felanitx, Ses Salines and Santanyí. These five municipalities covers the south and south-eastern area of Mallorca, a total surface of approximately 810 km2 and a population of approximately 85,000 inhabitants. The widest beach is the Trenc beach in Campos that measures almost 2 kilometres.
Other regions to explore in Mallorca
Llevant is like the Tramuntana region, a region known for its mountains although not comparable. Llevant is a great region for sports enthusiasts and other active holidaymakers, as the versatile nature and landscapes allows for many types of fun such as golfing, cycling, beaching, walking, tennis, sailing and horseback riding.
pla de mallorca
Pla de Mallorca is the most rural of all regions in Mallorca, highly characterized and dominated by traditional agriculture. Pla de Mallorca is the perfect place to enjoy a holiday in tranquil surroundings in touch with the real soul of Mallorca, the traditions and the “unspoiled”. Many tourists choosing the Pla region as a holiday destination come here because there is no time schedule and the central location of the region makes it easy to get around on the island.
Tramuntana is the place to go if scenic nature and breathtaking mountainous landscapes is what you are looking to explore. The Tramuntana region is dominated by the dramatic and stunning mountain range of same name that has been declared world heritage by UNESCO. Tramuntana is the perfect region in Mallorca for romantic holiday escapes and sports holidays.
Palma is both the capital of Mallorca and a region of its own.
Raiguer is one of the most versatile regions in Mallorca. The region stretches from the outskirts of Palma all the way to the nothern peninsula of Alcanada, running parallel between the mountanious Tramuntana mountains and the rural Pla region. This unique location means that you will find great biodiversity and traditional Mallorcan agriculture that goes naturally hand in hand making it an authentic region to travel around in.