Cala Santanyí Tours
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Though now recognized as one of the most beautiful beach areas of Mallorca, Cala Santany was not part of the initial tourism boom on the island — in fact it hardly welcomed visitors until the 1960s. That quiet, relaxed atmosphere remains undisturbed, though a variety of outdoor activities both in and out of the beautiful water are offered. The long, white-sand beach here is scenically surrounded by rocky cliffs and forests filled with pine trees. Boat trips, as well as swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving all take place in the calm waters just off of the beach. Hiking in the nearby cliffs, or exploring the adjacent nature reserve are options to explore the Mediterranean landscape. There are also three main restaurants along the beach area with shaded lounge areas and local food and drink if you’d rather take the relaxed approach.
Cala Santanyí is located in southeast Mallorca, roughly 45 kilometers from the airport and 55 kilometers from Palma de Mallorca. It is about 6 kilometers outside of the village of Santanyi. There is no public transportation to the area, so a car or taxi must be arranged.
Address: Santanyí, Spain
2 Tours and Activities to Experience Cala Santanyí
Nature and Wildlife
Explore the legends and beauty of Mallorca’s rugged southeastern coastline on this 1-hour boat tour departing from Cala Figuera. Cruise past sea caves once used as smugglers’ hideouts, and see the interesting rock formation of Es Pontás. Splash into the clear waters to swim or snorkel near the picturesque beach of Caló d'es Moro, and learn about the island’s past as you glide by the historic fishing shacks of S’Almunia. Group size is limited to 12 for a more personalized experience.
Discover the wild beauty of Mallorca’s southeastern coast on a 2-hour boat trip from Cala Figuera. Get close to rugged cliffs, ancient rock formations and sea caves once used as smugglers’ hideouts aboard a nimble vessel. See old maritime quarries and the historic fishing town of S'Almunia while your captain shares island history. Disembark on the secluded, pristine beach of Cala Marmols, where you can relax on the sand or take a swim in the clear, turquoise waters.
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What's the best way to experience Cala Santanyí ?
The best ways to experience Cala Santanyí are:
- Boat Trip Nature Tour from Cala Figuera to Caló d'es Moro and S´Almonia
- Boat Trip Explorer Tour from Cala Figuera to Cala Màrmols Mallorca
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