Colónia de Sant Jordi is a great choice of holiday destination if you are looking for a versatile beach resort, adult audience and lively atmosphere.

Find out why Colónia de Sant Jordi is your perfect holiday destination on Mallorca

Colónia de Sant Jordi local guide

Accommodation offers in Colónia de Sant Jordi

Colònia de Sant Jordi has a big variety of hotel and accommodation options, suitable to every wallet. You can choose staying by the beach, the old fishing habour, or enjoy a more withdrawn location, in one of the charming fincas looking over the countryside in the back of Colònia de Sant Jordi.

Colònia de Sant Jordi is located in the southwestern part of Mallorca. in an old fishing habour from when this area solely relied on fishing as an industry.

Colònia de Sant Jordi has major attraction powers to active tourists and travelers, because of the great and versatile landscape down here.

Next to Colònia de Sant Jordi, you will find the largest unspoiled beach in Majorca, the Es Trenc beach.

Hmm, attractions? No, not as such. You will want to see the “Es Pontas” rock, rising out of the water, forming a bridge-looking formation, outside the coastal line of Cala Llombards. If you are fond of Mediterranean flora, you ought to visit the Botanicactus botanical garden, in nearby Ses Salines.

If you’re looking for more cultural attractions, you might want to check out the Es Revellar finca, in neighbouring Campos, that invites inside for a famous art-dinner, you guessed it, a combination of art and dinner.

Most of the restaurants and diners in Colònia de Sant Jordi, offers sea-view which is a huge plus. On Thursdays it is tapas night in the town, where all restaurants offers tapas and a glass of wine for € 3-4.

Colònia de Sant Jordi is especially well known among sports enthusiasts and tri-athletes, who tend to gather in this area. But there’s plenty of sports activities and other physical activities to do down here. Ostrich riding, golf, beach fun, walking, cycling, bird watching and maritime activities. Actually, Colònia de Sant Jordi is the only place in Majorca, from where you can access the beautiful paradise island of Cabrera, make sure to book your trip at the old harbour.

Also, make sure to visit the local salt factory nearby. This is such a nice little place, and your money is honestly well spent here. I promise you, that when you have tasted salt from Es Trenc, you will never want to buy regular salt again.

Colònia de Sant Jordi does not have a shopping life, only a few convenience stores, offering a little bit of everything.

Wednesdays from 9 a.m to 2 p.m.

The area down here is mainly characterized by the rather flat landscapes that dominates the rural areas of Mallorca.

Colònia de Sant Jordi serves as a holiday destination all year round, except maybe November – December.

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