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Property GuideSouth East of Mallorca

Properties for sale in the south of Mallorca (Majorca) including properties for sale in Santanyi, Cala Dor, Arta, Felanitx...

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In the east, down from the enchanting hills of the Serra de Llevant, many country lanes lead to fjord-like, picturesque sandy coves, beaches and marinas.  

The most important areas in South East of Mallorca where to buy a property

The coastlines and fishing opportunities in this area hold a special appeal for the local residents. Many of them opt for Colonia de Sant Jordi and Sa Rapita as ideal locations to purchase a second home, spending their summers by the sea. These charming coastal towns offer a unique blend of tranquillity, natural beauty and a close connection the Mediterranean waters. The locals are drawn to the relaxed lifestyle, the opportunity to enjoy leisurely days by the sea and the chance to indulge in a rich fishing heritage of the region. For them, the towns provide the perfect setting to unwind and create lasting memories in a place they hold dear. 

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South East, Mallorca

Coastal resorts in the south-east

Cala D’Or, the enchanting marina located on the east coast of Mallorca, is a must see destination. Architecturally the buildings follow the traditional Ibiza style, characterised by softly rounded-off corners and whitewashed exteriors. As you enter the marina, cruising through a fjord-like entrance, you’ll be greeted by beautiful villas majestically perched on hilltops, offering breath taking sea views. The marina itself is a delight, dotted with upscale boutiques, restaurants and fashionable bars. While it attracts boat owners and wealthy homeowners, visitors also flock to Cala D’OR to be part of the vibrant scene.

Mondrago Natural Park: a beautiful, untouched park which is rightly famed for its fine white sand beaches and turquoise sea. Stunning cliffs reach down to crystal clear waters and wetlands Ses Fonts de n’Alis with its migratory bird pattern completing this nature and beauty spot. Several paths wind their way around the coastline to a number of exquisite beaches within the park.

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Staying on the southeast coast a visit to Porto Petro, between Cala d’Or and Mondragó, is simply a must! Porto Petro is at the end of a small, natural bay with various sandy coves. This picturesque port boasts a very small private marina, a fishing port and a luxury 5-star spa hotel that offers perfect relaxation and peace for the guests. Various pretty bars and excellent restaurants welcome visitors and local residents alike. Many luxury villas for sale perched high on the cliffs enjoy a stunning sea view.

A visit to the seaside town Cala Figuera is a delightful experience. This enchanting coastal bay stretches from high cliffs to the south to the scenic fishing harbour at the end of a fjord-like inlet. Cala Figuera has no tourist beaches, so it remains largely untouched by mass tourism. Even at the height of the tourist season there are only a handful of medium-sized hotels in the town and only a small number of visiting yachts can be moored in the sheltered port area. Cala Figuera is also home to a small fleet of local fishing boats the only ones that can fish the coastal areas of the Mondragó Natural Park.

Discovering the south-east coast by boat is a fantastic experience. Cruising into the stunning fjord to a picturesque fishing resort like Cala Figuera at the end really takes one’s breath away!

Major towns in the south-east

Santanyi is a typical rural town, it is the municipal town of the above-mentioned resorts. This village is the source of the golden sandstone which can be admired in buildings all over the island especially in Palma's cathedral and the city houses for sale in the La Lonja area along the Palma seafront. The streets around the parish church Sant Andreu Apostel are the setting for one of Mallorca's liveliest markets which takes place Wednesdays and Saturdays. The light and the atmosphere of the town has attracted many international artists over the years, art plays an important role, and many types of galleries and workshops can be found in the narrow alleys in Santanyi. Dotted around the town centre are pretty cafés and excellent restaurants, so make sure you get there early on a market day to secure yourself a good spot!

Going back inland the town Felanitx, built in the 13th century, dominates the area. It is the birthplace of Miguel Barceló, a world famous, contemporary artist, and is also known for its wine and brandy, with many distilleries in the area. It has been a center of production of earthenware water-coolers and other items of pottery for many centuries. A weekly market takes place in Felanitx every Sunday morning, mainly in the big indoor market hall. This town with its stately houses and mansions for sale is full of traditions and just to name one: it has been famous for the Els Cavallets dance since 1603. Close to town on top of a mountain, the medieval Sant Salvador Monastery with its Gothic architecture seems to be watching over Felanitx and its inhabitants! A drive up to this extraordinary setting is rewarded by breathtaking scenic views.

Further south is the lively town Llucmajor, the capital of the largest municipality on Mallorca, encompassing 16 towns. Conveniently situated 15km southeast of Palma airport, Llucmajor has some 10,000 permanent residents. The community has a large foreign element of Brits and Germans living life in their chic villas for sale away from the resorts, but close enough to enjoy the stunning beaches. Areas such as Arenal in the Palma Bay belong to this municipality.


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