The South & East
Visitors to this ever popular region of the island can explore the well-known Caves of Drach or the salt ﬂats along the unspoiled coastline of Es Trenc.
The small resort of Canyamel takes its name from the impressive 13th century Torre de Canyamel, a great stone tower and home to an equally well-known restaurant.
The famous Caves of Artà are just a short drive away. The attractive little port town of Porto Cristo is famous for its proximity to the Caves of Drach.
A country town just fifteen minutes drive of the white sands of Es Trenc beach, Llucmajor is within easy reach of two golf courses. A battle was fought here in 1349 which ended the brief independence of Mallorca. Shoemaking is the main industry and local almonds and apricots are sold at the market in the main square.
A peaceful residential locality with attractive villas and a 9-hole golf course, Son Servera has a sprinkling of shops and restaurants. As it is named, the Costa de los Pins is a long sandy beach fringed by pine trees. The little village of Cas Concos is in the heart of the countryside and is just a short drive to the small beaches of Cala Mondrago and S’Amarador. There is plenty of local ﬂavour in nearby Santanyi and Cala d’Or.