Villages in the South of Majorca
This town in the southeast of Majorca is very introspective. The residents live on trade and argiculture, there is very little industry. The region is known for its sand stone, that is usually used for the construction of houses and churches. Famous and popular beaches
are Cala Santanyi, Cala Llombards and Cala Figuera.
The quiet town in the southeast of the island is very pictorial. The cloister San Salvador, which is located on the correspondent mountain close to Felanitx, is a famous place of excursions.
This inconspicuous town, which is also situated in the southeast, has lots of interesting things to offer. The noble town hall is a popular photo motif and the area provides many hiking trails. One of the most beautiful trails on the island leads from Cap de Ses Salines along gorgeous beaches
like Es Caragol to Colonia de Sant Jordi.