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.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.