Ocean Ports of Call

Cala Santanyi - Majorca, Spain Highlights:
Cala Figuera, Cala Mondrago Natural Park, Es Pontas stone arch
Cala Santanyí is located in the southeast of the island of Majorca, in an area unspoilt by mass tourism. It is a peaceful area, in very natural surroundings and has lovely scenery. In the bay itself there is a slipway with the boathouses of the fishermen and a lovely underwater cave which should not be missed by qualified divers. on the other side of the bay is a very old semi-ruined defence tower. However, the most famous landmark in Cala Santanyí is "Es Pontas", a stone arch carved out by the force of the waves.

The town of Santanyí is some 4 Km. away. Close by, going down the coast, in a westerly direction is Cala LLombards, followed by Cala S'almonia and es Calo d'es Moro (a very lovely place) in the heart of the countryside, alongside es Rafal and S'Avall in a Protected Natural Park. Only 3 Km. to the east is the very picturesque fishing port of Cala Figuera and the Cala Mondrago Natural Park.

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