This is one of the shortest routes. We will continue covering the south of Mallorca and we will walk through the center of Santanyí to get to our destination, the beautiful Cala Figuera Lighthouse.
Southern Mallorca has beautiful small bays hidden away for you to discover and we want to make them known to you so that you know Mallorca like the back of your hand.
We will come to Santanyí and we will stroll through its historic center, discovering its religious heritage and its cuisine. We will pass through a beautiful natural port that will take us to the lighthouse at Cala Figuera, the final stop on our journey, where we will be able to enjoy some beautiful views and the different cliffs that there are in the area.
This lighthouse is located at the southernmost point of Mallorca and is also the site of a scientific research station.LEARN MORE
Although it has the appearance of a beacon, it is classified as a lighthouse because it has a range of over 10 nautical miles.LEARN MORE
Cala Santanyí is situated at six kilometres from Santanyí and from here you can walk until the beautiful place of es Pontàs, a rock which has been eroded by the waves that...LEARN MORE
Cala Figuera consists of two parts which look like a y, divided into Caló d’en Busques and Caló d’en Boira, where the torrent des Homs flows into the sea. This geological feature...LEARN MORE
Cala Llombards is the mouth of the torrent of Son Amer, located at seven kilometres from Santanyí, next to the village with the same name. This quiet white sandy area, which continues...LEARN MORE
It is the original parish and is part of the same architectural body.LEARN MORE
A perfect picture near to Cala SantanyíLEARN MORE
Construction began on 25 July 1786, when the rector Nicolau Pons laid the first stone of the new church.LEARN MORE