Explore south & south-western Majorca: Llucmajor to ses Salines

Welcome to the scenic beauty of south and south-western Majorca! This captivating region is a haven for nature enthusiasts, history buffs, and those seeking a taste of authentic Mediterranean charm. Join us on Route #1 as we embark on a memorable day trip, exploring the enchanting towns and idyllic landscapes from Llucmajor to ses Salines. Get ready to be captivated by stunning vistas, quaint villages, and a rich tapestry of history and culture.

Here you can find our road trip guide and itinerary to explore the island along south & south-western Majorca, from Llucmajor, Porreres, Felanitx, Portocolom, Alqueria Blanca through Santanyí, Llombards, Ses Salines, and Cap Blanc. You’ll find information on what to expect and see from this day trip.

Itinerary & Route Location

South & South-West of Majorca

Itinerary & Route Distance

about 100 km.

Itinerary & Route Destinations

  • Llucmajor – (MA-5020; 13 km.)
  • Porreres – (MA-5100; 13 km.)
  • Felanitx – (MA-4010; 12,7 km.)
  • Portocolom – (MA-4012; 4,4 km.)
  • Alqueria Blanca – (MA-19; 5,1 km.)
  • Santanyí – (MA-6100; 3,4 km.)
  • Llombards – (MA-6100; 4,4 km.)
  • Ses Salines – (MA-6101, 6015, 6014; 28,2 km.)
  • Cap Blanc

Route Map

Llucmajor: A Charming Town with Historic Heritage

Llucmajor Old Town

Our journey begins in the picturesque town of Llucmajor. Nestled amidst the rolling hills, this charming town offers a delightful blend of history and modernity. Here are some highlights to explore:

Llucmajor Old Town

  • Wander through the narrow cobblestone streets of the old town and admire the well-preserved architecture of historic buildings.
  • Visit the imposing Sant Miquel Church, a 13th-century Gothic masterpiece, and soak in its serene ambiance.

Capocorb Vell

  • Just a short drive from Llucmajor, you’ll find Capocorb Vell, a prehistoric settlement dating back to the Bronze Age. Explore the ancient ruins and marvel at the stone structures that have stood the test of time.

Porreres: A Quaint Village with Traditional Flair


Our next stop takes us to the charming village of Porreres, known for its traditional character and warm hospitality. Here’s what awaits you:

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Bodega Jaume Mesquida

  • Discover the rich winemaking traditions of Majorca with a visit to Bodega Jaume Mesquida. Take a tour of the vineyards and cellar, and indulge in a wine tasting experience that showcases the region’s finest vintages.

Plaça de la Vila

  • Immerse yourself in the relaxed atmosphere of Porreres by strolling through Plaça de la Vila. This lively square is the heart of the village, lined with cozy cafés and inviting restaurants.

Felanitx: A Cultural Hub with Artistic Heritage

Our journey continues to Felanitx, a town renowned for its cultural heritage and vibrant art scene. Explore the following highlights:

Sant Salvador Sanctuary

  • Perched atop a hill, the Sant Salvador Sanctuary offers breathtaking panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Climb the steps to the top and admire the stunning vistas that stretch as far as the eye can see.

Contemporary Art Museum – Casa de Cultura Can Prohom

  • Delve into the artistic world of Felanitx at the Contemporary Art Museum housed in Casa de Cultura Can Prohom. Admire the diverse range of artworks, including paintings, sculptures, and installations.

Portocolom: A Picturesque Fishing Village


Prepare to be enchanted by the scenic beauty of Portocolom, a charming fishing village that exudes tranquility and Mediterranean charm. Explore these highlights:

Portocolom Lighthouse

  • Take a leisurely stroll along the harbor promenade and make your way to the iconic Portocolom Lighthouse. Enjoy panoramic views of the sea and marvel at the picturesque landscape that surrounds this coastal gem.

Cala Marçal

  • Relax and unwind at Cala Marçal, a beautiful sandy beach nestled in a sheltered cove. Soak up the sun, swim in the crystal-clear waters, or indulge in water sports activities.

Santanyí: Where Tradition Meets Natural Beauty

Cala Santani

Our journey takes us to the delightful town of Santanyí, known for its traditional architecture, vibrant markets, and stunning natural landscapes. Discover the following highlights:

Santanyí Market

  • Experience the vibrant atmosphere of the weekly market in Santanyí, where locals and visitors alike gather to explore stalls filled with fresh produce, local crafts, and artisanal goods. Immerse yourself in the colors, scents, and flavors of Majorcan culture.

Cala Santanyí

  • Just a short distance from the town, Cala Santanyí beckons with its pristine beach and turquoise waters. Spend some time lounging on the sandy shore or take a refreshing swim in the inviting Mediterranean Sea.

Ses Salines: A Natural Paradise

Our final destination is ses Salines, a town named after the salt pans that have been a vital part of its history. Discover the natural beauty and tranquility of this area:

Es Trenc Beach

  • Known as one of Majorca’s most beautiful beaches, Es Trenc boasts crystal-clear waters, fine white sand, and a stunning natural landscape. Take a leisurely walk along the shoreline or simply relax and soak up the sun.

Salt Pans and Salinas Museum

  • Gain insight into the historical significance of the salt industry at the Salt Pans and Salinas Museum. Learn about the traditional salt production methods and the ecological importance of this unique ecosystem.

Insider Advice for the Route

  • Start your day early to make the most of your journey and avoid crowds at popular attractions.
  • Rent a car to have the flexibility to explore each town at your own pace and make impromptu stops along the way.
  • Don’t forget to pack sunscreen, a hat, and comfortable walking shoes, as you’ll be spending time outdoors.
  • Sample local cuisine at the various restaurants and cafés along the route, indulging in delicious Majorcan delicacies.

Embark on this captivating journey from Llucmajor to ses Salines, and let the charm and beauty of south and south-western Majorca captivate your senses. With its rich history, picturesque towns, stunning natural landscapes, and warm Mediterranean hospitality, this route promises an unforgettable day trip. So, pack your bags, embrace the spirit of adventure, and discover the hidden gems that await you on this remarkable journey through Majorca’s captivating south.

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