East-Southeast Route Mallorca

Departing from Cala d’Or, we pass through the villages of Santanyí, Ses Salinas and then head towards the centre of the island visiting Puig de Randa, Montuïri and Llucmajor. From there we head to the east coast and stop at Manacor, Porto Cristo and the spectacular Caves of Drach, Sa Coma, Cala Millor and Felanitx.



Cala d’Or

Anyone who visits this holiday village with its narrow, crooked streets and bright, white Ibiza- style houses understands immediately why it is called the “golden cove“. And if you are looking for idyllic beaches, you’ll find quite a few in the surrounding areas: Cala Egos, Cala Serena or Cala Mondragó, to name but a few of the popular nearby beaches where you can sunbathe, snorkel or dive.


The centric Plaça Major is the place where the market is held every Wednesday and Saturday. But Santanyí offers more than this. You can visit the church of Sant Andreu, the old town gate Sa Porta Murada, its inviting bars and restaurants or lovely galleries and boutiques.

Our recommendation: Visit
CALA FIGUERA with its pristine fishing port and numerous friendly bars and restaurants: www.visitcalafiguera.com
PORTO PETRO A small fishing village with typical Mallorcan restaurants, try one of the best Paella-restaurant “Can Martina” at the port.


Ses Salines

This village and the surrounding area is renowned for the production of sea salt. Beside the salt mounds, you’ll also find large natural salt ponds from which this “white gold” is extracted at the end of the summer. The solid salt layer is harvested manually and is marketed as “Flor de Sal”. If you want to see how this region of Mallorca grows and blooms, we recommend a visit to Botanicactus. On this 10.000 sqm area you’ll find an impressive variety of cacti and plants, both endemic and species from all over the world, which are grown and cultivated with lots of love.

Cosecha artesanal de Flor de Sal d’Es Trenc, guided visits and shop.

Cala Pi

This picturesque, fjord-like cove is ideal to stop for a quick swim or just to relax.


Market day is every Wednesday and Friday in the centre of the village. Also worth a visit: the old town hall and the 18th C. church of Sant Miquel.

Puig de Randa

Mount Randa has three sanctuaries. The wonderful panoramic views from the highest sanctuary, “Santuari de Nostra Senyora de Cura”, are worth the effort of ascending the 3 km winding road that leads to the summit. The Mallorcan philosopher and theologian Ramón Llull lived and worked on Mount Randa for some ten years. It was here that he learned Arabic and founded an Arabic and Latin school for the education of missionaries. Try one of the best almond cake at the restaurant Santuari de Cura.


One of Mallorca’s oldest villages; where the houses are clustered together on the hillside. One of the most characteristic parts of Montuïri is the so called windmill quarter, Es Molinar, which is well worth a visit. Now let’s take the Ma-15 highway towards Manacor.


Mallorca‘s second largest city is also famous for Rafael Nadal, one of the greatest tennis players, on an international level, of all times. Visit the academy with its museum, cafeteria and shop; the perfect place to find the ideal gift. If you love jewellery, then the Majorica pearl factory is a must, as is the House of Majorica in Porto Cristo by the Caves of Drach – a totally new store concept, including an exciting virtual zone on their brand and jewels.


Here, you should not only visit the friendly bars and restaurants in the port, but also the famous caves Cuevas del Drach. There are several guided tours every day, which offer an impressive vision of the mysterious subterranean world.

Cala Millor

The Safari Zoo is the perfect plan for families with children. Here you can observe elephants, giraffes and rhinos grazing freely in the park. This small, private safari may be experienced taking the park’s train or in your own car.

Felanitx | Santuari de Sant Salvador

Market day is on Sunday. However, if you want to enjoy the best views of the area, then we would recommend driving up the winding road that leads to the sanctuary “Santuari de Sant Salvador”, where you’ll discover spectacular panoramic views of the whole island. Although the journey to the heights is equally as spectacular with several stopping areas that allow you to admire the views en route.