Between Sa Rapita and Colonia San Jordi you will find the longest and most spectacular beach on Mallorca, Es Trenc. The beach is a wild life preservation zone, offering clear turquoise blue water and fine white sand for five kilometres. There are very good restaurants in Sa Rapita along the sea front, such as one of the best fish restaurants, C’an Pep. In the lovely marinas Sa Rapita and S’Estanyol the locals like to gather. Go there for a Sunday lunch and try the cantinas with good food and a homey atmosphere.
This area is great for those who enjoy water sports such as wind surfing, snorkelling and swimming. Go for long walks along the sea front. From the most southern point of Mallorca, in Cap de Salines, you can take a 20 minute walk west to the fantastic beach Platja des Carcacol, which is only accessible by foot. In Colonia de San Jordi restaurants, boutiques, nightly entertainment and a local Wednesday market are available.
From there you can take the boat to the natural park on the Cabrera islands where you will find an enchanting protected underwater world and the famous blue cave. All types of necessary services can be found in the next door village of Campos, where the market is held on Saturdays. In Campos and along the coast the restaurants often feature jazz concerts. There is a golf course in the vicinity.