Cala Figuera is among the most picturesque holiday destinations in the southeastern Mallorca. This charming small fishing village offers a scenic and romantic holiday destination for couples and friends coming for an escape from mass-tourism or a romantic get-away. Cala Figuera is a great choice of holiday destination if nature and activities should be combined with romance.

Cala Figuera destination guide with things to do, activities and places to stay


Cala Llombards is an outlandish and tranquil holiday destination, perfect for the self-catering holidaymaker who appreciates sea views and seclusion from mass tourism. Cala Llombards is a rather small and quiet destination, where you will find accommodation in a villa or flat with stunning location and views close to the many golden coves in the area. Choose Cala Llonmbards for a holiday base in solitude.

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Cala Santanyí is a picturesque and charming little holiday destination located in the southeast corner of Mallorca in a scenic cove. Cala Santanyí mainly attracts an adult audience seeking a romantic setting with direct access to the beautiful unspoiled Mediterranean nature.Accommodation in Cala Santanyí includes a few charming adult hotels and a selection of charming holiday villas and flats with great views.

Cala Santanyí destination guide with things to do, beach, activities and places to stay


Campos is the most southern municipality of Mallorca. The area includes the very popular natural beach of es Trenc, some very charming rural countryside districts and of course the many delicious restaurants found here. Campos town itself is a quiet and pastoral village surrounded by beautiful rural landscapes, where you will find the best accommodation here in a rustic finca with pool and modern amenities, perfect for couples and friends.

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Colónia de Sant Jordi is a rather small holiday resort located in the south area of Mallorca, in the municipality of Ses Salines. Colónia de Sant Jordi is build up around a marina and fishing harbour, adding some authenticity to the resort. The resort mainly attracts an adult audience and the accommodation offers reflects the needs of a child-free holiday base in the south of Mallorca.

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Felanitx is an area of many faces, located on the east side of Mallorca. Felanitx offers a wealth of cultural activities and historical places of interest. The area is crowned by the iconic monastery of Sant Salvador, offering breathtaking panoramic views overlooking the entire east coast of Mallorca. Accommodation in Felanitx includes charming rural fincas and villas ready to offer the perfect frame for couples and friends traveling to the beautiful area of Felanitx.

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Llucmajor is a very big area, which includes as well popular beach areas as traditional Mallorcan town life. Llucmajor is located just east of Palma, it starts in the bay of Palma, and follows the southern coastline to the beach of Sa Rapita. Llucmajor exhibits a former wealthy area of Mallorca, with many beautiful architectural pearls and manor houses in the local area. Accommodation offers in Llucmajor ranges from luxury finca hotels to charming flats and villas in the countryside. Llucmajor is especially loved by golfers and cyclists who come to enjoy the unique location of this destination. Llucmajor local destination guide with things to do, sightseeing, activities, history and places to stay


Portocolom has always been known as a destination focusing on the best things in life; great food, beautiful sea views and romantic settings. Portocolom is the perfect place to enjoy the scenic Mallorcan southeast coast, it offers both beaches, charming harbour area and good infrastructure. Portocolom as a holiday destination in the southeast of Mallorca, is an obvious choice for so many reasons and the accommodation offers here are almost impossible to filter, because they are all so wonderful.

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Portopetro is a charming and picturesque little marina situated in a scenic cove in the southeastern corner of Mallorca. Portopetro is renown for its romantic attraction force and the wild Mediterranean nature areas that enhance the feeling of peace. Portopetro is an obvious choice for a romantic escape for couples looking for a tranquil holiday destination in the southeast corner with good access to roads and unspoiled nature.

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Santanyí is known for its versatile characteristics, combining the best of both the rural districts and the coastal areas of Mallorca. Santanyí is the most southern municipality of Mallorca and includes popular holiday destinations such as Cala d’Or, Cala Figuera and Portopetro. Santanýi is generelly a very picturesque area with lots of charm and local soul.

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Ses Salines

Ses Salines has its name from the enormous salt mines that has predominated the industry of this area already back from the Bronze Ages. The salt of Ses Salines was believed by the Romans to have a healing effect on the body why a recreation resort with natural salt baths were created here. Ses Salines is a wonderful area that combines the best of Mallorcan beaches and the charm of the rural countryside, resulting in a versatile area that attracts a broad audience.

Ses Salines local destination guide with things to do, points of interest, activities, history and places to stay

Major tourist attractions in the Migjorn region


Situated on a mountain top of 544 meter above sea level, the convent of Sant Salvador offers one of the most divine panoramic views of the east coast in the entire Migjorn region. Sant Salvador is a popular destination amongst cyclists because of the steep curvy road leading to the top, but also amongst walkers who take the old pilgrimage path starting at the feet of the mountain following the 12 stations of via crucis. The Sant Salvador convent offers both a restaurant, a cafeteria and accommodation. Can you imagine waking up to the sunrise 544 meter above the shoreline?


The Mondragó park is a piece of paradise located in the south-eastern corner of Mallorca. In Mondragó, you can enjoy two of the best beaches in the Migjorn region offering silky soft white sand and crystal clear waters, perfect for swimming and snorkelling. Stony paths leads about in the wild Mediterranean nature in the park filling you with amazement and serenity, as you inhale the scents of real harmony. There is also a great wildlife in the Mondragó park, you can observe cormorants, urchins as well as other Mediterranean birds and sea animals. The Mondragó park measures 785 hectares of beautiful nature and you should not miss this opportunity, you will be impressed.


An excursion to the island and nature reserve of Cabrera is a great way to try something different and really get some fresh air in your hair. Cabrera is the largest of a small group of islands south of Mallorca that takes about 4 hours to get to by boat. These islands together makes up the protected nature reserve of same name, and it is prohibited to sail here without permission. The last time Cabrera was inhabited, was during the Spanish civil war when the fortress on the island was used as a prison. The old medieval fortress is exciting to exlpore itself of course, but the nature out here along with the many breathtaking viewpoints, is simply indescribable. On your way to Cabrere, you will also sail to the hidden cave called “Cueva Azul”  (Blue Cave). This day excursion is for you who really want to explore nature at its finest.


Mallorca and Menorca are famous for their Talatyotic periods, which was about 3,000 BC. The period got its name because of the unique constructions the people of its time built to form villages with habitations and temples for worshipping gods. Talayots are round constructions with a massive pillar in the middle. The Talayots would typically be about 20 meters high and function both as watchtowers and as a room where the tribe would sit in a circle. These Talayots and prehistoric villages are exciting to explore, especially because they are so unique and rare. The biggest and most interesting in the Migjorn region, is the Capocorp Vell prehistoric village. Here, you can see one of the biggest Talayots on the island and the impressive excavations of the entire prehistoric village around it including burial sites, habitations and barracks. The entrance is about €3 and you will see and learn something new and different.