Looking for houses for sale in Santanyi is often high on the list of people who come house hunting to Mallorca. Situated in the southeast of Majorca, the delightful and historic town of Santanyi attracts house hunters from far and wide looking for houses for sale in Santanyi.
There is an impressive range of quality houses for sale in Santanyi and its srurrounding areas So whether your ideal Santanyi house a luxury townhouse, a spacious villa, a rooftop penthouse or a rural finca, we at Balearic-properties.com/en would be delighted to help you find your dream property for sale in Santanyi.
Located in the south east of Majorca, attractive narrow alleyways bordered by ancient sandstone high-sided houses give Santanyi a quaint charm all of its own.
Areas in Santanyi
Cala Llombards , the ancient cove of Es Llombards is located east from Santanyi. The small beach is relatively unknown by tourists and tends to be frequented by local property owners.
Cala Figuera is a district of Santanyí on the island of Majorca, in the Balearic Islands of Spain, around 60km to the south east of Palma. The traditional town was first mentioned in records in 1306 but it was not until the end of the 19th century that the first houses were built in the area.
Portopetro is a small fishing village with a population of approximately 500 and consist of a harbour, small marina and a secluded beach which is adjacent to the harbour. There are a number of restaurants and bars distributed along the harbour's edge serving local and Mediterranean cuisine.
Santanyi has for many years attracted an international arty crowd hoping to find a house for sale and settle here. Indeed, Santanyi has a distinctive creative vibe for a relatively small Mallorcan town – art galleries abound in Santanyi, boosting the town’s aesthetic appeal.
As you can imagine for such a delightful, traditional Mallorcan town, Santanyi has a wide choice of lively cafes, bars and restaurants to be enjoyed, many featuring the work of local artists. (It’s not just with houses for sale in Santanyi that you can find a real bargain, artworks too can change hands at extremely reasonable prices!)
One of the main attractions of Santanyi is the regular Saturday morning market, teeming in delicious local produce from the rural countryside surrounding Santanyi. Although the village is a traditional inland town, it’s just a short distance from some of Majorca’s most beautiful seaside coves, some of them almost fjord-like in appearance. Swimming, snorkelling and nature walks are some of the more popular pastimes to be enjoyed in the coves of Cala Llombards and Portopetro.
Santanyi also neighbours the picturesque Mondrago National Park, the second-largest protected wildlife area in the Balearic Islands. Definitely recommended for its fascinating wildlife. What’s more, Santanyi enjoys direct major road links to Palma International Airport.
Yet another reason why so many potential homeowners come to Mallorca to look for houses for sale in Santanyi.