South Coast Mallorca

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The South Coast of Mallorca is one of the less well known parts of the island, excepting the fabulous sandy beach of Es Trenc which stretches over two kilometres from Sa Rapita toward Colonia Sant Jordi.

Much of this coastline is protected. Es Trenc, renowned for having crystal-clear blue waters, draws holiday makers on day trips from all parts of the island. Residents in the area are mostly in the small resort towns of Sa Rapita and Colonia Sant Jordi which are popular with the Spanish but not so well known to other nationalities.

The countryside around here is made up mostly of country houses dotted between small farms. The landscape is relatively flat, so perhaps of less interest to walkers and cyclists than the mountainous North/Northwest Coasts. The climate is slightly hotter and more humid than in other parts of the island.

There are a few spots that are slightly better known to buyers from abroad. Cala Pi for example is location to which many who have “discovered” it return year-after-year.