Southeast Coast Mallorca

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The Southeast Coast, with its rocky shoreline punctuated by many small calas, is quite different in both landscape and character to other parts of Mallorca.

Without the influence of the Tramuntana Mountains, the climate in this part of the island is marginally warmer and drier than the North or West Coasts. What all these areas have in common however, is the beauty of the landscape, much of which is protected.

There are a few old fishing villages that have grown into resorts, the most well known being Cala d’Or, characterised by its “Ibezan style” buildings with distinctive white-washed walls.

Others villages have retained a more traditional feel to them. Porto Colom and Cala Figuera stand out as picture-postcard locations with harbours that are home more to local fishing boats than to Sunseekers and the like.

Cala d’Or and the neighbouring harbour of Porto Petro have, for many years, been popular with international buyers. Porto Colom and Cala Figuera are more recognised in the local community and with Spanish from the mainland.