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Cala Llombards, Mallorca, Things to do and hotels

Cala Llombards is just one of the many small gems of bays that Mallorca’s beautiful southeast coast hides. Cala Llombards will be especially attractive to you who have a desire for a holiday in a secluded area, close to nature and the sea.




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Why visit Cala Llombards

Things to do in Cala Llombards

Cala llombards is tranquil area, and tourists attractions are not just around the next corner. However, Cala Llombards is home to one of Europe’s most picturesque coves and beaches, Calo des Moro, the phenomenon of Es Pontas and neighbor of the iconic old fishing harbor of Cala Figuera – just to mention a few.

Enjoy the magical Caló des Moro beach


One of the most picturesque beaches is located here in Cala Llombards, the Caló des Moro. The beach is nestled between two rocky cliffs protecting it from winds only letting calming sea breezes enter. The beach has a modest measurement of 30 meter in length and 20 meter in dept, but very shallow water perfect for snorkeling and swimming.

Discover Mallorca on a bicycle

Whether you are here for training or recreation, renting a bike is one of the best ways to discover the island and its many beautiful areas. Cala Llombards is perfectly connected to the rest of the island via the well-kept and very extensive network of asphalted country roads.

isit the Mondragó nature park

Discover the most magical Balearic wildlife and views over the coast, as you stroll about in the beautiful Mondragó park, located 10-15 km from Cala Llombards. Mondragó is home to hundreds of indigenous species of birds, flowers and other species living in perfect harmony in the nearly 800 ha large nature park. Mondragó is also home to two amazing beaches offering silky soft white sand and crystal clear low water.

Visit the beautiful Mondragó Park

Visit the salt mines

Not far from Cala Llombards you will find the island’s largest salt mine and factory. The salt of Mallorca is a sought for luxury product that has been developed to come in various tastes. At the factory, you will learn about the salt of Mallorca, why it is so special and, sample some of the many varieties. A guided tour takes about a half an hour and is really interesting, especially if you love food.

Visit the Artestruz ostrich farm

Try something different, visit the only ostrich farm in Mallorca and learn about these curious birds. At the Artestruz farm, you can feed the ostriches, see the babies (when it’s time) and even ride an ostrich. Moreover, you will learn about ostrich products and you can purchase ostrich eggs.

Visit the ostriches at the Artestruz farm

Enjoy a day at Mallorca’s largest natural beach

Cala Llombards is home to a few of the most beautiful beaches on this side of the island. However, is you are looking for more space you can head over to Platja d’es Trenc, the biggest unspoilt beach with a length of 1900 meter.

Es Pontas

The curious horse shoe rock that erects from the water is the icon of the area of Cala Llombards. It is both beautiful and mysterious at the same time, worth stopping to take a photo of.


Botanicactus is a big botanical garden covering a surface of more than 50,000 square meter. The garden offers a unique exhibition of tropical cactus and indigenous Balearic species, as well as a lake area of 10,000 square meter. A visit to the Botanicactus garden is a great way to discover and learn about the Balearic nature.

Visit the town of Santanyí

Santanyí is the main town of the municipality in which Cala Llombards is located, a very charming and interesting place to visit. In the heart of Santanyí you will find a nice little square full of bars and restaurants where most of the life is happening. Also at the square is the beautiful parish church of Sant Andreu in which the original medieval chapel has been preserved. There are a number of interesting local shops and galleries to discover in Santanyí, as well as a collection of landmarks worth visiting. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, you should go and visit the market for a vibrant and fun atmosphere as people haggling over all kinds of products.

Santanyí local town guide

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Cala Llombards is located approx. 52 km (~32 miles) from Palma airport.

The taxi ride will take about 40 minutes and cost somewhere between 65 and 75 euros.

Events in Cala Llombards

Weekly market in Es Llombards

Every Saturday morning the local market in es Llombards is held. It is a charming little farmers and craft market that provides an authentic experience.

If you are looking for a bigger market place, head to the main town of Santanyí on Wednesdays or Saturdays for a much bigger and more tourist friendly market.

The village of Llombards hosts two annual events where local traditions are celebrated.



Festivitat de Santo Domingo

Santo Domingo is the patron saint of the village of Es Llombards, and honored on August 8 with a celebration. The week leading up to August 8th will have a fun program of activities for all ages including popular races, food, workshops, concerts and much more.

Where: Es Llombards

When: August 8th



Festivitat de la Immaculada Concepció

During the beginning of December, the small village of Es Llombards celebrate its patron saint, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception. This is a great time to visit as you will experience a series of traditions and see how the locals celebrate in typical Mallorcan style.

Where: Es Llombards

When: December 8th


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Practical Info

Useful Numbers

Emergency: 112
National police: 091
Local police: 092
Guarda civil: 062
Fire: 080
Town Hall: +34 971 82 95 95

Public Transport

Bus lines: 517

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