A pretty fishing village turned resort, Colonia Sant Jordi boasts some of the best beaches on Majorca and a picturesque port, which is the departure point for boats out to the island of La Cabrera, a National Park. Ideal for a relaxing holiday in the sunshine, it’s got plenty of shops, restaurants and cafés. There are lots of water sports available, and this largely flat area is also fantastic for hiking and biking. There are lots of charming country towns to explore, and, if you fancy some bright lights, the gorgeous Majorcan capital of Palma is just 45 minutes away by car.
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Your guide to Colonia Sant Jordi holidays
The main attractions of Colonia Sant Jordi are the spectacular beaches of Es Trenc and Ets Estanys. Es Trenc, in particular, is one of the most famous beaches on Majorca, an immense sweep of sand backed by Mediterrean pines and lapped by turquoise waters. Ets Estanys, another gorgeous golden beach, is closer to Colonia Sant Jordi, and has more facilities. There are smaller beaches in the resort itself, including one next to the pretty port. You can take boat trips out to the island of La Cabrera, a National Park, which has some fantastic walks. Its protected waters are home to endangered creatures such as turtles and whales. You can also visit the historic salt flat in nearby Ses Salines or visit the delightful country town of Santanyí.
You’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to beaches in Colonia Sant Jordi! There are two small town beaches – the Platja d’es Dolç and the Platja d’es Dofí – which are delightful little curves of sand. They extend east to the wonderful, unspoilt beaches of Es Carbó and Es Caragol. To the west are two jewels of the Majorcan coastline: the beaches of Ets Estanys and Es Trenc, wonderful swathes of sand. Take note that Es Trenc is popular with nudists. The best way to explore the coastline is by bike, because the area is conveniently flat and there are well marked paths.
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