South Eastern Property Mallorca

The scenery of South East Mallorca is a bounty of mountain ranges, plains and beaches, exemplary of Mallorca's diverse landscape. Pine forests, fruit orchards and cattle grazing on farmland add to the sense of a veritable garden where everything grows. Property in this area is on demand as this is, for many, the "real mallorca".

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Buy Property in South East Mallorca

South-East Mallorca’s townsinclude Llucmajor, Algaida, Randa, Campos, Santanyi, Cala d’Or, Porto Petro, Cala Lombards, Campos,  Porerres, and Ses Salines. The city of Palma is easily accessible from the area’s two highways, C-717 and C-715.

A hard to beat lifestyle

You are spoilt for choice for idyllic, award winning beaches in the area of the south-east. The clean, clear water makes for fabulous snorkelling and scuba diving. A multitude of coves with shallow water are ideal for families with children to enjoy.

Little tastes of paradise on this gorgeous coast might include a cold beer at a tranquil beach bar accompanied by some simply yet superbly cooked fresh fish.

Indeed, Es Trenc beach is often compared to the Caribbean with its tropical blue water and pristine white sand. The area’s natural beauty does not just extend to its beaches, either. The Mondrago Natural Park is a haven for wildlife, and there is fascinating walking in the salt flats of Ses Salines, designated an area of special scenic and rural interest.

For an alternative to watersports and hiking, the area’s excellent golfing facilities make the most of the ravishing Mediterranean surroundings.

A wealth of options when owning a property..

As a potential permanent resident or homeowner, there are many practical factors to consider when making an investment, and Mallorca’s south-east may tick a lot of boxes.

Llucmajor is the largest municipality of Mallorca, encompassing 16 towns. Conveniently situated 15km southeast of Palma airport, the town of Llucmajor, the capital, has some 10,000 permanent residents.  Situated  15km from the coast, Llucmajor is a ‘real’ town. With around 10,000 permanent residents, the community has a large foreign element of Brits and Germans living life away from the resorts, but close enough to enjoy the stunning beaches.

The atmospheric towns of Santanyi and Porto Petro properties, despite being thriving tourist resorts, have held onto their charm and escaped commercialisation.

Less conspicuous than their south west counterparts,  sophisticated yachting resorts such as Porto Petro exist along the coast. Hidden by sandy coves, they offer the possibility of a true hideaway within easy reach of Palma.

Cosmopolitan Cala d’Or has a wealth of different types of property meaning it is possible to acquire  extremely desirable real estate at a very reasonable price.

What type of properties can I buy?

Traditional townhouses, villas, older cottages and modern luxury apartments are all to be found in Mallorca’s sunny, largely untouched  south-eastern corner, in a choice of locations catering to every requirement.