Welcome to Port Andratx! Located in the southwest of Mallorca, Port Andratx is just a 20 minute drive from Palma. It is a popular, picturesque fishing village with excellent restaurants, including some very good fish restaurants. With its variety of chic boutiques, little shops and galleries, it is nice to stroll around the beautiful seafront promenade.
This charming harbour also provides a spectacular setting of modern apartment complexes and seafront villas overlooking the port of Andratx, Dragonera Island and the sea beyond.
Nearby the typical Mediterranean villages of Andratx, Sant Elmo and S’Arracó offer stunning views of Mallorca’s Tramuntana Mountains – now part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The island’s traditions still live on in these villages with local family stores, restaurants and local fiestas.
The village of Andratx offers a rural ambience with mountain views, however it is only a short drive from sandy beaches in Camp de Mar and the Golf of Andratx. Furthermore, its proximity to the fashionable Port Andratx makes it a highly desirable location for people seeking a relaxed pace of life.
The village of Camp de Mar is only five minutes drive away from Andratx, and is known for its beautiful sandy beach and its crystal-clear water. Golf and beach enthusiasts meet with Camp de Mar the right choice. One of Mallorca’s most beautiful and exquisite golf courses, the “Golf de Andratx”, is located there. The 18-hole championship course with four par 5 holes and seven lagoons embedded in a beautiful green hilly landscape will tempt any golfer. Impressive villas at the golf course or exclusive villas with stunning sea views dominate the scenery.
Capdellà is a picturesque mountain village at the foot of Tramuntana in the west of Mallorca, is a delight for every hiker, with its idyllic tours through the most beautiful countryside.
Not far from Capdellà the well-known mountain Puig de Galatzó offers breath-taking views overlooking the whole region. The surrounding landscape, dominated by olive and almond groves, is complemented by small springs coming to the surface in particular in the winter months.
Paguera has experienced many positive changes in the past few years: thanks to the extension of the large Palmira Beach, the construction of various traffic-control measures the Boulevard de Paguera, the central shopping area with many shops and restaurants, has become one of the most popular pedestrian areas.
The village offers three beaches; all connected by a seafront promenade and many sports and leisure facilities.
In Paguera and Cala Fornells Engel & Völkers features a great selection of villas and apartments, characterized by their particularly stunning sea views.
Just above Paguera is the Bay of Cala Fornells. The architect Pedro Otzoup made this bay famous with his architecture; in the 1980s, he built the apartment complexes Aldea Cala Fornells, the architecture of which is reminiscent of Mexican villages.
Cala Fornells has its own little rock and a beautiful sand beach, nestled in the beautifully peaceful pine hills on the southwest coast of Mallorca.
Embedded in beautiful nature, Cala Fornells offers plenty of options for a relaxing and restful holiday, as well as many sports and leisure facilities, including tennis, golf and stunning hiking routes.
The small village S’Arracó in the southwest of the island is located between Andratx and Sant Elm and is still virtually untouched by tourism. The village boasts Mallorcan architecture and romantic streets inviting the passer-by to beautiful strolls. If you are looking for a property with privacy and without tourism, a villa, finca or apartment in S’Arraco ist the perfect choice.
Idyllic walking routes and the proximity to the sea characterise this village in the southwest of Mallorca as well as small restaurants and bars and shops for your everyday needs.
It doesn’t matter if you like to buy or rent a villa, finca or apartment, Sant Elm, an mediterranean village with panoramic views to nature and sea.
Sant Elm is located at the westerly cape of Mallorca, at the end of a long valley in the southwest of the island. A symbiotic connection links Sant Elm and the island of Sa Dragonera. The views at Dragonera and the massive rock cliffs of Sant Elms are breathtaking. In the summer months small boats take a limited number of tourists from Sant Elm to the dragon island, which is home to one of the most important bird reserves on Mallorca.
Hikers really love trips to the remnants of the old fortified tower “Torre d’en Basset” directly on the steep cliff or to the ruins of the old monastery “Sa Trapa“. The ascent is rewarded with fantastic views over the southwest of Mallorca.