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Highlights South Majorca
- Hikes in the Natural Park Parc Natural Mondragó
- Boat trip to the Blue Grotto
- Excellent kitchen
- Visit to the monastery of Santuari de Sant Salvador
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Apartments in the south of Mallorca
The south of the Balearic Islands owes its extraordinary popularity as a holiday region both to its picturesque beaches and to the idyllic landscape of olive groves and windmills. You will find what you are looking for in a modern and centrally located holiday home, especially in Es Trenc, which has one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. At least as beautiful is your stay in an apartment in Porto Petro, where you can enjoy the view of the natural harbour from the terrace. Those who prefer a vacation rental in historical surroundings will find Felanitx with its medieval architecture to be the perfect place. Other well-known resorts with a wide range of accommodation in all price ranges are Cala d'Or, Campos, Cala Pi, Santanyi and Colonia de Sant Jordi.
Holidays in the South of Mallorca
Travelers and Activities
In the south of Majorca there are numerous possibilities for a holiday with child and cone. The absolute highlight for the little guests are of course the innumerable beaches, which with their fine sand and the shallow slope into the sea are ideal for building sand castles and splashing around in the surf. The beaches of Sa Rapita and Es Trenc, far away from built-up areas, are particularly recommended. On the other hand, the visit of the Castell se Santueri and the traditional saltworks of Santanyi is much more adventurous. The family fun is completed by a bath in the natural thermal spring Colonia Sant Jordi, where the Romans also bathed.Smell and taste Mallorca
Wine plays an important role in the south of Mallorca. After all, the vines produce some of Spain's best wines, which are even known in North America. Wine lovers can therefore look forward to an exciting discovery tour, which will take you along the Mallorcan Wine Route straight to the cellars of renowned wineries such as Vi d'auba, Son Alegre and 4 Kilos Vinicola. But wine alone is not enough, because every good drop of wine needs a good meal. The best way to do this is to visit one of the many small restaurants where the locals are also welcome and taste dishes such as braised rabbit, a traditional paella or rustic specialities such as "Pa amb Oli".
Did you know that Oscar winner Leonardo di Caprio was often seen cycling in the south of the island?
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The south of Mallorca is worth a trip all year round due to its mild climate. While nature lovers get their money's worth during the almond blossom in January and February, active holidaymakers can book their vacation rental for the period between March and October. For those who want to use their holidays mainly for bathing in the Mediterranean Sea, the high summer months June to September are recommended, even though the Mediterranean Sea cracks the magic 25 degree mark.Regular events
The start of the event year in the south of Mallorca is marked by the feast of Saint Anthony on 17 January in Santanyi, which is also known as the "magic night" among the locals due to the numerous nocturnal fires. The "Festival International de Musica", which also takes place in Santanyi, continues with regular concerts from April to September. Shortly afterwards the "International Jazz Festival" in Cala d'Or follows in June. The round of great festivities is rounded off by the Apricot Fair in Porreres, where music, folk dances and countless tastings of local apricot specialities await you.
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All sun worshippers and water rats will get their money's worth on the long natural beach Es Trenc. The gently sloping beach, surrounded by pine forests, is a popular hotspot not only for families with children. With its white sand and turquoise sea water, this magical place radiates Caribbean flair.2nd Puig de Sant Salvador Monastery.
A great excursion is the visit of the monastery Santuari de Sant Salvador on the 500 meters high mountain Puig de Sant Salvador. After the ascent, which can be done either on foot, by bicycle or by car, you have a good panoramic view of the dream island Mallorca while you can sniff fresh mountain air. Particularly impressive is the monastery church, which nestles majestically to the mountain slope. A apartment in the south of Majorca, in Felanitx is suitable in the best way as starting point for this mad exploration tour!3rd trip to Carbrera
During a boat trip to the island of Carbrera, also known as the goat island because of its animal inhabitants, you will pass by a natural spectacle of a special kind: the Blue Grotto. The jewel is located in the bay Cala Gandulf, which can only be reached by water. The special feature of the Cova Blava is that the light reflects the blue sea water in such a way that the entire grotto is immersed in a magical blue. A vacation rental in Colonia de Sant Jordi in the south of Mallorca is the perfect starting point for the tour, as the boat leaves here. With a little luck you can watch dolphins and sea turtles during the crossing!4. Fishing village Cala Figuera
You can experience typical Majorcan flair in the quaint fishing village of Cala Figuera. House after house, the lovely whitewashed little houses are lined up along the bay of the same name. The village radiates its own charm, which can be enjoyed during a leisurely walk. It is especially nice to watch the fishermen at work at the harbour - here the clock seems to run even slower and you feel transported to a different time.5th Natural Park Parc Natural Mondragó
The full splendour of nature can best be enjoyed in the Parc Natural Mondragó. At the right time, one strolls through blossoming almond trees and picks ripe figs fresh from the tree. This secluded spot is best reached by rental car in Mallorca's south in Cala Figuera: park at the nature park's car park and walk downhill with plenty of provisions for 15 minutes. You will be rewarded with a beautiful bay framed by rugged cliffs and a ruin that makes the heart of every individualist and tranquil seeker beat faster. Don't forget your diving goggles! The rocks of the lovely bay are home to many fish and sea urchins.
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Based on our data, South Majorca has an average price of $281.51 per night, a relatively high one for a destination in Spain.
If it is your aim to save as much as possible during your vacation to South Majorca, go there in January ($217.32 per night on average), March ($220.39), or February ($221.9), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In 2020, the month that showed the highest annual average prices in South Majorca was August, with an average price of $394.37 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of $386.3, and June, with $310.21.
It's worthwhile to be proactive in South Majorca as only 53% of the properties are available throughout the year, according to our 2020 data.
October, May and June are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that present the largest number of properties available, with respective average availability figures of 64.4%, 62.6%, and 61.75%.
The months with the lowest properties available in South Majorca are, in order, August, July, and February with respective average availability figures of 37.8%, 42%, and 44.8%, based on data collected in 2020.
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