Mallorca is the largest island in the Balearic archipelago, just east of mainland Spain, in the sun-splashed Mediterranean. The island enjoys more than 300 days of sun yearly and is blessed with an astonishing diversity of landscapes. The island is home to over 200 beaches from white sand covered beaches with crystalline water to dramatic cliffs.
There are fertile green plains and quaint villages lining windy mountain roads.
THE SOUTHWEST REGION.
Peaceful bays, breathtaking scenery and picturesque harbours form the natural beauty of the Southwest area. It is an exceptional area that is full of charm and personality with extraordinary properties. Traditional Mallorcan villages surround crystal clear bays under the craggy hills of the Tramuntana Mountains.
Port d’Andratx, on Mallorca’s southwest coast is rumoured to be Mallorca’s most beautiful village. The streets are alive year round with restaurants, a charming port and a wide selection of boutiques. There is a warm, cosmopolitan atmosphere. The community, an eclectic mixture of locals and international expats from far and wide.
The crown jewel of Port d’Andratx is the gorgeous harbour, filled with grand yachts in the summer and surrounded by striking properties that adorn hillsides.
Palma de Mallorca Airport is one of Europe’s busiest, particularly during the summer. A number of international airlines operate out of Palma, many of which offer several flights daily during peak season. The airport is conveniently located less than 40 kilometres from Andratx and is easy accessible by highway.