On this route, you will leave the spectacular cliffs at Cap Blanc and pass through the lovely beaches in the south of Mallorca to get to the protected area of the lighthouse at Ses Salines, where you will finish the walk by enjoying some beautiful views of the island of Cabrera.
We will leave the lighthouse at Cap Blanc and travel towards the towns in the south of Mallorca. We will stroll through Cala Pi, where we will enjoy the cove and the surrounding environment.
Leaving Cala Pi, we will continue with our route through the south of Mallorca. It is the driest part of the island as there is not much rain during the year; for this reason, its vegetation is completely different to that of other parts of Mallorca. We will come to the seafaring centers of Sa Ràpita and s’Estanyol.
We will travel to the southern part of the island and go to Es Trenc, the most well-known beach in Mallorca due to its dune system. There we will be able to observe the different bunkers that were placed there years ago to protect the island. After we cover the beach at Es Trenc, we will come to the center of Colònia de Sant Jordi, where we will discover different coves (Carbó and Es Caragol) with golden sand and turquoise waters, before arriving at our final destination, the lighthouse at Ses Salines. It is a protected marine reserve and SPA (Special Protected Area for birds) with some beautiful views of the island of Cabrera.
One of the two lighthouses marking the two extremes of the Bay of Palma.LEARN MORE
This lighthouse is located at the southernmost point of Mallorca and is also the site of a scientific research station.LEARN MORE
Within the township of Campos lies one of the most impressive landscapes on Mallorca: Es Trenc beach, the dunes behind it running parallel to the coast, and the salt flats and croplands...LEARN MORE
The area of Es Salobrar – the second most important wetlands on Mallorca after S’Albufera – is made up of a series of lakes which have been used for salt mining since...LEARN MORE
This calm beach, which is located between sa Ràpita and es Trenc, is a small area with white, fine-grained sand, gentle slope and divided into two areas: the one next to sa...LEARN MORE
This beach goes into the interior for half a kilometre between two vertical walls of more than 30 metres, and the visitor is received by a defence tower of the 16th century....LEARN MORE
The huge area of fine-grained sand is covered by a posidonia meadow and branches brought by the sea. The coastline of the dunes is populated by marine iris, marine thistle, pines and...LEARN MORE
Colonia de Sant Jordi, lie son the fabulous beaches of Es Trenc and Estanys one hand, and from es Dolç and Es Carbo for others.LEARN MORE
The National Maritime-Terrestrial Park of Cabrera’s interpretation centre is located in the Colònia de Sant Jordi in the municipality of Ses Salines.LEARN MORE
Cabrera is the small archipelago lying to the southeast of Mallorca consisting of eighteen islands and islets. It was declared a Maritime Terrestrial National Park in 1991, following an intensive public campaign...LEARN MORE
In the land just seven miles from the coast, lies the village of Ses Salines, the capital of the municipalityLEARN MORE
Platja des Dolç is situated at 300 metres from Colònia de Sant Jordi and nearby the fishing port and the marina. This touristic and residential village has the only salt pan which...LEARN MORE
Platja des Caragol is situated at seven kilometres from ses Salines, and it is the most southern beach of Majorca, together with Cala en Tugores, with a rocky strip between themLEARN MORE
Cala en Tugores is situated at seven kilometres from ses Salines, and it is the most southern beach of Mallorca, together with Platja d’es Caragol.LEARN MORE
The Testudo hermanni is a medium-sized tortoise – with a shell up to 27 cm long in the females, which are larger than the males – with yellow and black colouring.LEARN MORE
S’Arenal de sa Ràpita is situated at 11 kilometres from Campos. This beautiful sandy area belongs to the coastal part of the village of sa Ràpita, in the municipality of Campos, which...LEARN MORE
Once baked Cap Blanc Lighthouse find eternal cliffs over 120 meters high, with endemic species such as the scrubland of olive trees and pines.LEARN MORE