About Cala Pi
Cala Pi is a natural port set on the south coast of Llucmajor, some legends say that is was there where the dreaded Turkish pirate Barbarossa landed in the 16th century and the watchtower at Cala Pi stands as a reminder of these times.
Photo: Cala Pi in 1956, 1984 and 2015
Currently, is a residential area that enjoys exceptional tranquility and nature.
As it is a natural port, it has always had fishing activity and was one of the areas in which tourism jumped in the sixties, however, it is currently one of the coastal areas that remain best preserved. In fact, it is an area surrounded by green zones, full of pine, almond and oak trees. The entire coast has been declared a protected marine zone for being of special environmental interest.
One can also enjoy the privilege of living frontline to the sea and has good connections to Palma and the airport, which are approx. 20 to 25 minutes by car.
Cala Pi is a perfect starting point for lovers of hiking and cycling with numerous routes and roads that run along the coast, but also for sailors, since it is the most sheltered beach of all this part of the coast.
The area of Cala Pi provides impressive frontline properties with sea views, also villas and charming apartments, ideal for holidaymakers and cosy villas for families. Those who seek to purchase a building lot or a new project, do not hesitate to contact our Engel & Völkers shop in Llucmajor, Mallorca.
We are sure that Cala Pi can be the setting you are looking for a perfect holiday.