The Eastern Region (“Llevant”)
Due to the balanced symbiosis of perfectly developed infrastructure and a despite of the tourism boom still preserved mallorquin naturalness, we decided to focus on the Eastern part of Mallorca. Starting from Cala Mesquida in the North East to Cala Santanyi in the South East you can find lonely, natural bays as well as highly maintained and well-kept sandy beaches, tiny fishing villages and larger settlements.
The ancient cities of Manacor (second largest city of Mallorca and the economic center of the region) and Arta provide a number of cultural sightseeing locations like the church Nostra Senior dels Dolors and the Santuari de Sant Salvador, which are a major attractions for visitors of this corner of the island.
Apart from the very popular tourist destinations Cala Ratjada and Cala Millor, which primarily attract families and young people due to the excellent infrastructure, entertainment facilities and a big number of restaurants, bars and cafes, you can choose to spend your time in calm and romantic non-party destinations like the pastoral ports of Porto Cristo and Portocolom, where you also can find a considerable number of excellent restaurants, many of them with a wonderful view of the picturesque marinas.
Bay of Portocristo
As a matter of course Mallorca is a paradise for golf fans. At present there is a total of 22 golf clubs, five of them in the Eastern part of the island (Capdepera, Canyamel, Son Servera, Pula and All d’Or). The offer of water sports activities is huge. Due to all year comfortable climate conditions cycling and hiking is very popular. The recently opened Rafa Nadal Sports Center in Manacor, which is the hometown of the world’s currently best tennis player, completes the range of sports activities you can choose during your stay.
Son Servera Golf