Tranquility is definitely the order of the day here

Santanyi practically hides away in the sunny south east corner of the bustling Balearic Island of Majorca. You'll fund no bustling in this town though; tranquillity is definitely the order of the day here and holidays to Santanyi will show a side to Majorca that many people have never been lucky enough to see.

Relax in the 700 year old Central Square

As you’d expect in a traditional village, life here revolves around the central square, and what a square it is. Dating back seven hundred years, pavement cafes spill out around the edges and sitting watching the world go by is compulsory on Santanyi holidays.

The Parish Church of San Andreu dominates the older part of town and art galleries are strewn throughout providing the ideal souvenir of your holidays in Santanyi.

Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Catholic

Visit the Windmills of Felanitx

If you fancy a day at the beach, just head for Cala Santanyi about 4.5 km to the south. Here you’ll be greeted by the famous ‘Es Pontas’, the stone arch that has been carved from the relentless waves that have moulded its fascinating shape.Divers are also drawn to this area by the lure of the underwater cave and clear, warm waters of the Mediterranean.

Mondrago Nature Park is the perfect place foe keen walkers and enthusiastic artists, the serenity both relaxes and invigorates while the stunning natural landscape is home to a fascinating variety of wildlife.

The picturesque row of windmills in the nearby city of Felanitx is also worth a visit, as is the tiny fishing port at Cala Figuera, said to be one of the best on the island. If the busy towns and resorts of regular package holidays to Majorca don’t appeal to you, then why not consider holidays in Santanyi, and find out what life in Majorca really should be like. You can book Santanyi holidays her online at today.

Places to Visit


– On the road to Palma Nova, Marineland has a whole host of reptile, bird and marine life to keep the whole family entertained all day.


– Head into the islands capital city and spend a day exploring the quaint old town with its 14th century castle, traditional tapas bars and trendy boutiques.


– There are a number of golf clubs in the local area so if you are a keen sportsman, why not enjoy a round in the beautiful Majorcan sunshine.