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The region of Andratx is one of the most attractive tourist destinations thanks to its privileged location on the southwest of the Tramuntana mountains. With a perfect combination of land and sea, Andratx offers a wide array of landscapes, which range from impressive mountainous landscapes and welcoming inland valleys, to a spectacular, steep coast, with small inlets, and fine-sanded beaches.

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    Camp de Mar

    Camp de Mar, a tourist enclave on the Andritxola coast, boasts a uniquely beautiful beach, with crystal-clear waters and white sand. Moreover, this place has a small islet that divides the beach, adding even more charm to its natural landscape. This urban nucleus flourished in the 1980s near Biniorella, one of the largest estates in the region, and was named in his honour. Other urbanisations, such as des Salinar and cap Andritxol, came into being later. The colonial-style Gran Hotel, built in 1932, marked the beginning of the hotel industry,...

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    Port d’Andratx

    Port d’Andratx, one of the most spectacular natural harbours of the islands, is surrounded by beautiful coves of crystal-clear waters such as “Cala Llamp”, “Cala Moragues” and “Cala d’Egos”. This modern port town, with approximately 3,000 inhabitants, has evolved from being an old fishermen’s refuge to become one of the most outstanding tourist destinations in Mallorca, thanks to its nautical vitality, which has led to an exclusive residential tourism. The Port is a cosmopolitan and lively place, where different cultures intertwine and where shopping, sun and nightlife are combined. It...

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    s’Arracó

    S’Arracó, a picturesque village of less than 1000 inhabitants, exudes serenity and hospitality. Its typical houses, with orchards and gardens, preserve the essence of inland villages. It also boasts modernist architectural gems, testimony to the money sent by emigrants to their families from France. Among them, the ones that line the main street, Carrer França, stand out. In S’Arracó, you can also see the “ca ses Monges” building, the old school, now a cultural centre, and the three traditional cafés that serve as a meeting point for the locals. The...

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    Sant Elm

    Sant Elm, originally a picturesque fishing village, has transformed its character into a peaceful and welcoming tourist enclave. This coastal corner is now made up of holiday homes and residences, offering a variety of restaurants, bars and a small shopping area. Historically known as “La Palomera“, this locality was the anchoring place for the troops of King James I before landing in Santa Ponça in 1229. For much of the 20th century, Sant Elm’s economy was centred on fishing and fish salting. Today, with a population of approximately 500 inhabitants,...

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    Andratx

    Andratx, colloquially known as “la vila“, is a population and plays a central role as the administrative and cultural centre of the municipality. This peaceful, deep-rooted village is an essential destination for those wishing to explore the breathtaking Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. In Andratx, visitors will find a wide range of services, including shops, restaurants, cultural options, health infrastructure and sports facilities. The town centre of the village concentrates its attraction from a historical and patrimonial point of view. Among the most outstanding monuments is the Castle of Son...

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