Popular Accommodations in Migjorn
- Paradise for cyclists
- Botanical Garden Botanicactus
- San Salvador Monastery
- Bathing at the Platja des Trenc
Most popular in Migjorn
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Vacation rentals in Migjorn
The Migjorn region covers the picturesque south of the Balearic island and is characterised primarily by pure nature, picturesque villages and numerous beaches. So it's no wonder that you'll always find what you're looking for when you're looking for a vacation rental or finca. The municipalities of Campos, Llucmajor, Felanitx, Porreres, Cala Figuera and Porto Petro offer a particularly wide range of activities. If you like it a bit more lively, you can alternatively move into a modern holiday apartment in the tourist resort El Arenal directly at the Platja de Palma.
Holidays in Migjorn
Travelers and Activities
Due to the varied topography and the variety of landscapes, the south of Mallorca is ideal for hikers and cyclists. Wear your hiking boots and set off on endless trails that take you along the coast, through dense oak forests or through ruins of ancient Talayotic culture. Alternatively, you can get on the saddle of your mountain bike and take a little further circles on these picturesque routes. Thanks to mostly well-developed roads with tidy asphalt, racing cyclists also get their money's worth against the backdrop of medieval villages, stone windmills and crisp climbs.
Things to know
Are you planning a beach holiday with your family? Then you should book your vacation rental in Migjorn for midsummer between mid-June and mid-September, when the water temperature of the Mediterranean Sea climbs to a pleasant 25 degrees. Active holidaymakers, on the other hand, prefer spring and autumn so as not to be exposed to the heat of summer.
Migjorn is Mallorcan and means "south" or "midday".
Top 3 travel tips
The beach of Es Trenc is not called the "Spanish Caribbean" for nothing. The "Platja des Trenc", located in the middle of a nature reserve, is not only 5 kilometres long and up to 40 metres wide, but also has brilliant white sand.2. Visit of the Santuari de Sant Salvador
If you are interested in history and beautiful views, a detour to the San Salvador monastery near Felanitx is an absolute must. The world champion jerseys of track cyclist Guillermo Timoner on display in the vestibule are a treat for cycling fans.3rd visit to Botanicactus
On an area of over 150,000 square kilometres, Europe's largest botanical garden with over 1,600 plant species leaves nothing to be desired. Particularly worth seeing is the 50,000 square metre cactus garden.