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The region of Andratx is one of the most attractive tourist destinations thanks to its privileged location on the southwest of the Tramuntana mountains. With a perfect combination of land and sea, Andratx offers a wide array of landscapes, which range from impressive mountainous landscapes and welcoming inland valleys, to a spectacular, steep coast, with small inlets, and fine-sanded beaches.

  • Andratx

    Andratx, known by the locals as la vila, has a population of approximately 7,600 inhabitants. It is the cultural and administrative center of the region. Calm and traditional, the town of Andratx is a must for those who want to get to know the Tramuntana mountains.

    Shops, restaurants, cultural possibilities, medical infrastructure and sports facilities are among the services that Andratx offers.

    The urban center of the town is where the historical and patrimonail attractive is focused. The old estate of Son Mas, where the Town Hall is located since 1998, its one of the most emblematic buildings of the area...Read more

  • Camp de Mar

    Camp de Mar is a small tourist town located on the coast of Andratx which has the privilege of having one of the most beautiful beaches of the island because of its transparent waters and it’s white sand.

    Camp de Mar was developed around the 80’s, close to one of the biggest places of the region, Biniorella. the same name that the residental area received. After that, other areas like Es Salinar or Cap Andritxol were built. The first hotel, Gran Hotel, was built in 1932 in a colonial style, which was replaced in the 80’s. During the 90’s, the...Read more

  • Port d’Andratx

    Puerto de Andratx is one of the best and most spectacular natural ports of the island. It is surrounded by beautiful coves of crystalline waters such as “Cala Llamp”, “Cala Moragues” and “Cala d’Egos”. This modern Port d’Andratx town with around 3,300 inhabitants was originally an ancient fishermen shelter. It has now become one of the most important and visited tourist centers in Mallorca thanks to it’s sailing activity, which favors a more exclusive residential tourism.

    Puerto de Andratx is a cheerful and cosmopolitan spot where different cultures are mixed due to the combination of sun, shopping and nightlife leisure....Read more

  • s’Arracó

    S’Arracó is a small and charming town with less than 1,000 inhabitants where the calm and hospitality that is perceived on it’s streets enchant the visitors of this town .

    S’Arracó retains the charm of the typical houses on the inland, low, traditional, with a small garden. However, it also displays a majestic architecture such as the modernist style houses built with the money that migrants from S’Arracó sent to their families from France. Most of these hauses can be found on the main street, the França street.

    It is also remarkable the building of Ca Ses monges, the old school,...Read more

  • Sa Coma

    Sa Coma is a small town belonging to the region of Andratx. It is located in the small but beautiful valley of “Coma Calenta” where ancient estates such as “Son Lluis” and old houses can be appreciated.

    It can be accessed from “Castell de Son Mas” (current Town Hall) following the road that leads to Es Capdellá.

    In the valley we can find the CCA Andratx, the biggest Art Center dedicated to the creation and exhibition of Contemporary Art in Mallorca.

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  • Sant Elm

    Sant Elm is an ancient fishermen town which has become a small tourist center made up of summer residences. Homely and calm, it offers a variety of restaurants, bars and a small shopping area.

    This coastal town, which used to be known as Palomera, is where the troops of the King Jaime I first anchored before landing  Santa Ponça in 1229. Until beginning of the 20th century. Sant Elm’s economy was based on fishing and fish salting. Currently, this small locality of 400 inhabitats lives off of tourism.

    This area has valuable historical and patrimonial heritage. One side, the presence of...Read more