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Cala Bona

Cala Bona | Na Marins | Of.Turismo 971 585864

Cala Bona has become one of the most accessible beaches in the whole of Mallorca and is the first to have been awarded the AENOR UNE 170001 Standard Certificate for Universal Accessibility.
There are no longer any architectural barriers and…


Prehistoric Settlement of S’Illot

S'Illot | 3 Carrer de Llebeig | 971811475

Its long and complex historical evolution and the variety of its monuments make this one of the most important Talayotic and post-Talayotic (850 – 123 BC) archaeological sites.
The S’Illot Talayotic Settlement Visitor Centre is designed to introduce the visitor…


Sa Punta de n’Amer

Sa Coma | Punta de n'Amer | 971585409

This nature reserve on private land was declared a Natural Area of Special Interest (ANEI) in 1985. Located between the residential areas of Cala Millor and Sa Coma, it covers some 200 hectares of great natural, cultural and historic…


“Es Castell” Defensive Tower

Sa Coma | Punta de n'Amer | 971585409

Also known as “Es Castell” (the Castle), this defensive tower is in the Sa Punta de n’Amer Natural Area of Special Interest, between Cala Millor and Sa Coma.
It was built in the 17th century to guard the coast between…


Cala Bona Port

Cala Bona | Polígon del Moll, 13-23 |

Cala Bona is a fishing village next to Cala Millor whose small harbour still retains the charm of times gone by.

It is a picturesque spot with beautiful views and a perfect place in which to spend a few pleasant…


Es Pastoret

Son Servera | Plaça de Sant Joan |

Sculpture to commemorate the plague epidemic of 1820
The story tells us that in the month of May 1820 a ship that had set sail from Tangiers moored off our coast to bury a member of its crew who had…


Es Rentadors

Son Servera | PMV-4031, 9 |

A public washhouse built in 1905 by the provincial architect Juan Guasp, thanks to the collaboration of Pedro Orlandis, who donated a thousand pesetas to the town so that it could be built and provide the ideal place for…


Costa dels Pins Viewpoint

Costa de los pinos | Avinguda del Pinar, 110 |

An emblematic and very popular spot thanks to its beautiful views. Today you can see hundreds of padlocks fixed to the railings by lovers who have pledged to remain together forever and have thrown the key into the sea…


Església Parroquial de Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

Sant Llorenç | Carrer Rector Pascual, 1 | 971 838781

This church is first documented in a papal bull issued in the 13th century by Pope Innocent IV in which it is referred to as the church of Santa María de Bellver. The present-day place of worship was granted…


Església Nova

Son Servera | Carrer de ses Creus, 4 | 971 585864

The Catalan architect Joan Rubió Bellver, who worked with the world-famous Antoni Gaudí, was commissioned to design this emblematic church in the municipality of Son Servera, although after several changes had been made, it was finally left unfinished. Today…


Parròquia de Sant Miquel de Son Carrió

Son Carrió | Carrer Mossèn Alcover, 20 | 971 838781

Construction of the Catholic church of Sant Miquel began in 1899 based on plans sketched out by Monsignor Antoni María Alcover, revised by Joan Guasp and slightly modified by the famous Catalan architects Antonio Gaudí and Joan Rubió. It…


Weekly market in S’Illot

S'Illot | Carrer Gregal |

S’Illot market takes place every Saturday from 5 pm, only from June to September. It is located on Gregal Street.



S'Illot | Camí de la Mar | Of.Turismo 971 810 699

S’Illot Beach –also known as Cala Moreia– takes its name from the imposing islet (illot in Catalan) that emerges from the sea at this point. On its eastern edge, opposite the islet, you will find a few boats belonging…


Parròquia de Nostra Senyora dels Àngels

Cala Millor | Carrer des Rafalet | 971 586736


Església Santa Maria de Sa Coma

Sa Coma | Carrer Heura s/n | 696 907945


Església de Sant Joan Baptista

Son Servera | Plaça de Sant Joan, 8 | 971 567153

This church is dedicated to John the Baptist, the town’s patron saint, and is in the Plaça de Sant Joan. Work on it began in 1622. It has a rectangular ground plan with a single nave and side chapels…


Weekly market in Cala Millor

Cala Millor | Carrer de l'Eucaliptus |

Seasonal market that takes place on Mondays from 9:30am to 01.00pm from March to October. It´s located on Eucaliptus street and around.


Weekly market in Sa Coma

Sa Coma | Avinguda les Palmeres, 133 |

Seasonal market, from May to October, every Wednesday from 7 pm on Ses Palmeres Avenue.


Weekly market in Son Carrió

Son Carrió | Mossèn Alcover |

Son Carrió market takes place every week, every Friday of the year. It is located beside the Church.


Weekly market in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar

Sant Llorenç | Plaça Nova, 2 |

The market in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar is carried out all the year round, every Thursday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, on Major street and Church square. You can find a great variety of articles, as well as fruits and vegetables and other fresh products.


Weekly market in Son Servera

Son Servera | Plaça Sant Joan hasta antigua estación del tren |

Son Servera market takes place every Friday morning. It is located on many streets of the village, from the center, Sant Joan square, and up to the old railway station. The market possesses more than 200 stands.


Port Roig

Costa de los pinos | Punta Roja | Of. Turismo: 971 585864

Port Roig Beach is a pleasant, tranquil cove with fine-grain sand, mature tamarind trees and easy access to the water. Also known to the locals as Estanc d’en Xinet, the name Port Roig harks back to earlier times when…


Es Ribell

Costa de los pinos | Es Ribell | Of. Turismo: 971 585864

Es Ribell is a small beach with transparent, crystalline waters through which you can observe the sea bed. It rises from nature like a beautiful mystery and all around the pine trees bow towards it as a sign of…


Es Ratjoli

Costa de los pinos | Costa dels Pins | Of. Turismo: 971 585864

Access to this beach is via some steps. It is a small, cosy cove.

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Sa Marjal

Costa de los pinos | Platja de Sa Marjal | Of. Turismo: 971 585864

Sa Marjal is a charming, quiet beach some way from the town. Its fine grey sand is the result of an accumulation of the organic remains of posidonia.
This beach never loses its magic and the tamarind trees that protect…


Cala Millor

Cala Millor | Cala Millor | Of. Turismo: 971 585409

Cala Millor Beach –also known as Son Moro and Cala Nau– offers us fine, clean, sand with white grains and transparent blue bathing waters. It is the largest of the eight beaches in the resort of CALA MILLOR MALLORCA. Its…


Sa Coma

Sa Coma | Platja Sa Coma | Of.Turismo: 971 585409

Located between Sa Punta de n’Amer –a Natural Area of Special Interest– and the rocky area of S’Illot, Sa Coma Beach offers an extensive stretch of sand, transparent waters and, on the seabed, large meadows of posidonia. That makes…