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Our exclusive collection of Santanyi country properties for sale include fincas and houses located in the best areas of Santanyi. We invite you to browse our exclusive listings and find your dream property! From villas to apartments the Balearic Properties Team will help you buy or sell your property in Santanyi
Santanyí is a small town on the Spanish island of Majorca. It is one of the Balearic Islands located in the western part of the Mediterranean Sea. This beautiful town is situated in the south-east of Majorca, which is known as home to many other towns include Calonge, Cala d’Or, Cala Figuera, Cala Llombards.
This stunning town has a variety of beaches, famous for picturesque exquisiteness. The south east coast of Mallorca offers with many remarkable places to visit. Santanyi has its own idiosyncratic character, different from other dynamic resorts of Cala d’Or, Port d’Alcudia, and Santa Ponsa and lively towns of Deia and Valldemossa with stunning houses and properties. Jammed between the Parc Natural de Monodrago and Ses Salines, Santanyí has been well and truly discovered and travelers are flocking to this gorgeous inland town. The architecture of the town is so unique, honey-colored churches shelter a fine range of bars, ceramic shops, boutiques, and restaurants. This town is especially popular in German tourists. The main language of the island is Catalan with two other languages Mallorca and Spanish. The town has 145 archeological sites, which are indication of farming tradition and prolific agriculture since the Talaiotic period.
There are quite a lot of popular beaches, restaurants, and hotels in Santanyí Mallorca. Here are our shortlisted must-visit destinations
Santanyí has extensive eateries ranging from small bars to restaurants. The staple food in Santanyí Mallorcan is almonds and olives. The famous foods are sobrassada, arrows brut, ensimada which is a sweet pastry and popular dish is Pa ambo oli and herbs de Majorc is an herbal liqueur.
Our dedicated estate agents can advice you in finding the right property in Santanyi. If you’re seeking a traditional house and are not interested in rental income, we have the perfect new build properties available for you. Balearic Properties will fit your needs and desires during your purchase process. We are proud to have clients that have bought property with us over the past 20 years and they continue to work with us to developing their portfolio of Majorca Properties
Santanyí has plenty of houses for rent and sale from the very best estate agents offering villas and properties for sale in the centre and outskirts from the village. Here is a list of villas and townhouses:
Cal Senyor Damià
This villa features a terrace with pool sight and can accommodate 12 people with five bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.
This villa features a private pool. It has a kitchen equipped with an oven, dining, and sitting area with satellite TV. Other amenities include an outdoor pool
Santanyí Father House
This pastoral house is a cozy place to stay. It features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and can accommodate 12 people. It has a large living room with a fireplace. It also has wi-fi, satellite TV and billiards to entertain guests.
Buying a property in Mallorca is possibly one of the most exciting things you’ll ever do. Santanyí's center is plenty of traditional townhouses for sale in need of refurbishment and refurbished ones with private patios & pools. Santanyi offers also a selection of quality apartments and villas with private gardens so whatever your taste you’ll find something to suit.
(There is a total of 64 houses for sale in the area of Santanyí.)
If you plan to invest in Santanyi properties, the countryside has remained untouched and you will find a great selection of newly built fincas and villas with modern interiors. But should you choose to buy a house in the centre of Santanyi then it is highly likely that you will make a visit to the the vast selection of trendy restaurants in 2020 like the Goli Santanyi shown in the video below.
Property description: As soon as you step through the front door you will know you’ve discovered a special home. Nestled on a private lot in the center of Santanyí, you’ll fall in love with this property the moment you set your gaze upon it.
A rustic yet elegant motif is present in every part of your new home. Tall ceilings soar throughout the open interior adding dimension to everyday living. Your kitchen offers a clean, chic design that makes cooking your favorite foods a breeze. Your master suite is bright and cheerful with a balcony that overlooks the terrace.
Outside you will find amazing areas for relaxation. Head out to the back deck with a cool drink in hand to enjoy the gorgeous weather and the picture perfect terrace. Your in-ground pool is surrounded by plenty of patio space, making it easy to catch some sun after fun in the water. And the exterior kitchen and dining area gives you a wonderful place to share a good meal with those who are dear to you.
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Santanyi is a small municipal town which enjoys its own quiet existence away from the heavily loaded areas found elsewhere on Mallorca. Located in the isolated south-eastern tip of the island, Santanyi has 3,379 inhabitants (2008). Although by no means excessive, this number gives birth to an active community in which is otherwise a peaceful region of rural Mallorca.
Surprisingly enough, the municipality itself is not one of the smallest on the island and is medium in size with a total area of 124 km2. The cities of Alqueria Blanca, Calonge and Cala d´Or are also defined in these parameters.
With a municipal population of only 12,303 people, a corresponding population density of only 98 people per km2 is indicative of a sparsely populated region where much of Mallorca's natural appeal remains intact.
Since much of Santanyi has been spared the mass marketing that has swept through Mallorca in recent decades, the visitor may well expect the city to be rather cut off from all forms of unrest that exist elsewhere.
The surrounding environment, the light and the atmosphere of the city seem to be made for creative people and have attracted many international artists over the years. Today art seems to play a central role, and you can find many types of galleries and workshops in the narrow alleys of this peaceful country town.
The locals know each other well and like to stop to chat with their neighbors. Visitors like to watch the daily routine while sipping a café con leche or a glass of wine on one of the many terraces in the square.
You don't have to look far to see traces of Santanyi’s past suffering from pirates. The fortified city wall and Porta Murada (gate) still symbolize the fear of past generations in the face of the constant threat of pirate attacks afflicting their city. The Moorish invasions got so bad in Santanyí that many people slept in the city's locked church.
Take a trip to nearby Cala Llonga and you'll see the remains of an 18th-century fort built to repel invasions, with embrasures used to house cannons. Several defense towers are located along the coast, including the Torre d´en Beu, in Cala Figuera.
The town's original name, Santi Annini, means "Lamb of God", the symbol of which can be seen in the church and the coat of arms of Santanyí.
Whether for the scenery, curiosity or interest in art, Santanyí is well worth a visit and the best time to go is on weekends. Saturday is market day in Santanyí, so it's best to start early. Enjoy breakfast in one of the cafes and watch the continual comings and goings at one of the most beautiful markets on the island. Take a look at the galleries or stroll through the market stalls with their wide selection of curiosities.
You should plan an early dinner at one of the excellent restaurants in Santanyí and not miss the live music at Sa Cova (starts around 9:30 am). If you are lucky, the owner Juan will join the group and play the guitar; whatever, it will be an unforgettable night.
A great way to spend Sunday is a boat trip to the Cabrera Natural Park. The island is famous for its beauty, rare species and wildlife, and the crystal clear waters are a paradise for divers. The day trip can be booked directly in the port of Colonia Sant Jordi, with boats leaving at 9:30 am. Don't forget your picnic basket as you will have all day for walks, sunbathing or snorkeling.
The boats are back in Colonia Sant Jordi around 5:00 p.m. - a good time to end the weekend in one of the bars on the new marina promenade with a cool sunset and the best views of the harbor. Enjoy!
There are many galleries and art workshops in Santanyí, and a stroll through the side streets is well worth it if you're looking for that special work of art or decorative item for your home.
If you are looking for interior design, then Galería Barceló’s designed handcraft furniture using quality materials. Their store mixes a multitude of styles influenced by cultures from around the world, making it the island's favorite place for an original and imaginative design.
Visit Casa de Arte to explore the vibrant work of the successful Dutch-born artist Gemma Leys. Gemma also periodically organizes workshops for aspiring painters in its house in Santanyí.
For shopping in a fun boutique, head to Plaza Mayor, home to Italian designer fashion store Es Center and Cult, which showcases young fashion and jeans designers.
The view of Flor de Sal products from Es Trenc, in their eye-catching cans, is omnipresent on the island. This wonderful natural gastronomic ingredient is harvested just up the road, in the saltworks of Es Trenc. Foodies and gift buyers will love the official Flor de Sal store, also in the main square.
When Lucie Hauri first designed East 26, she started with the motto “we create your life” and saw that vision come to life. Entering East 26 is like entering a center of creativity for many different varieties. The East 26 Restaurant is part of a living space dedicated to creative life with art, design and decoration shops and a real estate agency under one roof. The restaurant offers a creative and seasonal menu that weaves in Mediterranean and Asian influences. The restaurant is open all day and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as tapas and light snacks which you can enjoy throughout the day.
It is a community dedicated to creative life and they want to help inspire people in their own design projects and in their daily lives.
For tasting organic diving wines, the nearby Son Alegre wine cellar in Calonge is hard to beat. One of the many bodegas in Mallorca cultivating wines under strict ecological conditions, Son Alegre welcomes visits by appointment.
If you like isolated walks, you will be spoiled for choice in Santanyí, thanks to the network of coastal paths available in the region. Visit the Mondragó natural area (follow the signs on the road from Santanyí to Cala Figuera ) or go through Llombards to the Ses Salines lighthouse.
Here you can walk along the beaches to Colonia Sant Jordi (about 1.5 hours) or take the opposite direction and follow the steep coast to Cala Llombards (2.5 to 3 hours, good shoes required).
There are a lot of cycle routes to enjoy - the area is fairly flat, so cycling is an easy way to get around. You canrent bicycles at various seasideresorts in the city, particularly in Cala d'Or.
There is a popular 18-hole golf course on the Cala d'Or path called Vall d'Or, offering epic sea views and undulating fairways bordered by almond and olive trees. The clubhouse has an upscale restaurant with a large terrace and a panoramic view of the course and the coast.
From Colonia Sant Jordi, you can board a boat to the isolated island and the Cabrera Natural Park, famous for its unspoiled natural beauty, rare species and crystal clear waters. There are various trips available, including day trips and sunset tours.
The picturesque harbor of Cala Figuera is only a few kilometers from Santanyí, and the romantic Mediterranean feeling is hard to match. Here you will have an authentic idea of what the island was like before the times of mass tourism.
About 6 km from the village of Santanyí, supported by a group of large hotels, Cala Santanyí is slightly more developed and can be occupied. It is still a beautiful beach, with pristine shallow water, surrounded by pine and palm trees.Cafés & Restaurants in Santanyí
Santanyí is a food lover's paradise, with countless wonderful and interesting restaurants contained in its beautiful streets.
If the way back is too far and you want to stay overnight, you could do a lot worse than S’Hotelet de Santanyí. This beautifully elegant boutique hotel in the heart of the village presents beautiful works of art by artist Gemma Leys.
A few kilometers from Santanyí in Ses Salines, two beautiful accommodation options await you. Hotel Rural Es Turo is a charming finca hotel with views of Cabrera Island, while C'an Bonico is a historic manor house full of Scandinavian style.
The new Cal Reiet health and wellness hotel on the outskirts of Santanyí brings a whole new level of luxury in terms of boutique hotels in the area, with its own dedicated yoga studio, an organic restaurant and Spa facilities make this an ideal location retreat
Artists need an inspiring environment, which they find at Bar Sa Cova, where everyone meets at night. Jazz fan Juan fulfilled his dream of owning a bar nine years ago, creating a platform for locals and expatriates, artists and musicians. The cosmopolitan public is laid back at Sa Cova, and the atmosphere unmatched on the island. There is live music on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, and Juan's latest invention is a small backstage theater, which stages French, Spanish, English and German plays on Sundays.
Saint Anthony's Day, January 17, is a magical night in Santanyí. Animals are blessed - a tradition deeply rooted in Mallorca and bonfires take place the night before.
The International Festival of Música de Santanyí takes place from April to September. Organized in special and symbolic spaces, notably the churches and the monastery, the concerts are free and bring a rich range of talented artists to the city.
A large part of the population of Santanyi, with a population of 3,000, is expatriate, giving the city a slight international atmosphere and bringing wealth to the economy.
Germans in search of the good life discovered Santanyí a long time ago, and the region is extremely popular for vacation and home for many German nationals. Reliable southern sunshine, proximity to Palma, and an attractive rural setting make Santanyí a good place to live.
Knowing the traditional and authentic nature of this corner of the island, the real estate market is oriented towards fincas. Townhouse restorations are becoming increasingly difficult to find, many Germans had already taken them and beautifully restored them with characteristic efficiency.
Located a short drive from Santanyí, the agency Lucie Hauri Real Estate in Alquería Blanca specializes in properties in the southeast of Mallorca, including Santanyí.
If you are looking for advice to buy, sell or rent a property in this region or in any other region of Mallorca, do not hesitate to consult our selection of reliable and professional real estate agents on the island.
The Mondragó Natural Park is accessible by the S'Alqueria Blanca or Cala Figuera roads. This huge area is home to a variety of ecosystems, including unspoiled coastline, dunes, lagoons and pine forests, and is the perfect place for a picnic. Escape to the magnificent Cala Mondrago beach, of course, to get a glimpse of one of the many red seagulls in the park diving above you.
Cap de Ses Salines, 10 kilometers south of the village of Ses Salines, is the southernmost point of the island and the place to go to discover wild wild beauty away from the crowds. Home to a lighthouse built in 1863, the cape is an excellent starting point for hikes along the coastal path connecting a succession of beaches and simply magnificent coves.
A 20-minute drive from Santanyí, you will reach the peaceful fishing port of Colonia Sant Jordi, surrounded by some of Mallorca's most exquisite and unspoiled beaches, and the starting point for excursions to Cabrera Island.
Compared to the Caribbean for its white expanse of pristine sand and brilliant blue waters, the Es Trenc platja seems to stretch forever and has a quality quite different from the rocky coves elsewhere on the island.
We hope this article on Santanyí was useful to you and that you spent many memorable stays in Mallorca.
At the moment Goli and the new East 26 Bar & Restaurant are famed for the quality thei offer of Mediterranean cuisine in a timeless Mallorcan setting. The courtyard offers an enchanting location for guests, as they can kick back in the island sunshine and enjoy excellent food and drinks.
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