Mallorca – Sant Elm

I could start every post with the words “One of the most beautiful places in Mallorca”, but I’m afraid these words would lose their magical power. But Sant Elm is truly magical and unique. It is also the closest to my heart because I spent almost 3 years there.

The access road does not encourage visitors, but doesn’t stop them at all. 3 km seems to last forever, but the juice is worth the squeeze.

After the mountains, behind the forests (literally) there is a tiny village that attracts many tourists with its charm. A beautiful beach, surrounded by azure water with a view of Sa Dragonera.

Along the promenade you will find many lively restaurants, bars and cafes where you can stop and eat.

In charming Sant Elm there are three beaches.  Playa de Sant Elm as the main one. A smaller one that is separated from the above-mentioned by a hotel, and Calla Conills. These main beaches are the most visited by tourists. However, my favorite place for sunbathing is the mini beach, which is located right next to the Dragonera hotel. I modestly named it Pirat’s Beach. So I encourage you to visit this hidden place.

In Sant Elm you’ll also find an old fishing port. If you are interested in visiting Sa Dragonera you can get a water taxi from there.


Gastronomic Recommendation

Food, food, because what would a vacation be without gastronomic experiences and adventures.

Many times I leave the place disappointed because of poor service, inadequate thermal treatment or a middle-class product sold at the price of a premium.

The most beautiful sunsets

The perfect place for sunsets, i.e. where?

The most beautiful sunsets can definitely be admired from Sant Elm. Every day, gracious nature delights the eyes of regulars with a brilliant display of colors in the sky. The golden hour is the most beautiful time of the day. You can stop for a moment, admire the unforgettable views and just be “here and now”.

However, the most beautiful sunsets here are in winter, when the sky takes on all shades of purple and orange. If you ever visit Mallorca in winter – Sant Elm sunset should be your # 1 on your list.

Sa Dragonera

Protected national park with exceptional biodiversity and unforgettable sunsets.

The coastline consists of steep cliffs sloping into the sea with stunning views to the northwest.

The island is not inhabited by humans. Sa Dragonera itself can be visited on foot, using designated routes along its entire length.


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