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Inmobiliaria Porto Petro

Kirsten Ekmekci
Apartado de correo 234
ES-07660 Cala dor

Tel: 0034-666145777
Email: info@mallorca-southeast.co.uk

Mallorca Southeast

The Southeast of Majorca - Nature at its best

The multifaceted natural beauty of the Southeast of Majorca is mostly untouched. Fields, grazing land, fruit gardens and forests of pine trees characterize the landscape and give the area its unmistakable charm.
 
The nine kilometre long sandy beach of Es Trenc, which connects Sa Rápita with Colonia St. Jordi is one of the most famous watersides of the island. Surrounded by a gorgeous landscape, you might even get the feeling of being in the Caribbean. Obviously the nature in this area is particularly protected by the government; that is why these exclusive bays will also in the future be protected from mass tourism and major building of hotels.
 
Natural parks, dreamily bays and fisher villages for individualists: As a contrast to the East of Majorca the Southeast surrounding the Natural Park of Mondragó has been saved on time. In the natural park one may find sandy bays, scarcely built, lagoons, dunes and large pinewoods. Wanderers and lovers of the romantic sandy bays gather here, though not in masses. If you keep on walking towards the North, you will find salinas, rocks and steep coasts.
On the southern front the park closes up with the beautiful fishing village Cala Figuera. Lying in a steeply notched split bay, the harbour definitely is one of the most beautiful ones of the whole island.
 
Although the landscape is very attractive, Cala Figuera is still a place where mostly individualists are to be found. As the next beaches are a bit further away, yet it is worth the effort; on the bike, with the rental car, by mini train or even by boat – not a destination for the masses.
 
Original Majorquin lifestyle is best to be found in the small villages in the backcountry. Residents and owners of this region mostly live on large fincas with manor like houses. Though the landscape is rather flat, this part o the island counts with one of the highest rises: On the 509 meter high Puig Sant Salvador in the community of Felanitx is the well known sanctuary of San Salvador. From here you get an absolutely overwhelming view over the whole island.
In the Northwest you can see the Serra de Tramuntana, in the Southeast appears the tiny island of Cabrera and in the far North you have a beautiful view up to Pollença and Alcúdia.
 
Any part of the island is very accessible, especially Palma, the highways
C 715 und 717 lead you there.
Cities in the Southeast of the island: Cala d’Or, Porto Petro, Cala Llombards, Campos, Felanitx, Llucmajor, Porerres, Porto Colom, Porto Cristo, Santanyí and Ses Salines.