Santanyí is the municipality located furthest to the South of Majorca. It borders with the municipalities of Ses Salines, Campos and Felanitx, along with 35 km coastline. Within its territory Ses Salines Cape is found, the southernmost extreme of the island. The municipality is formed by: Es Llombards, Cala Llombards, Cala S’Almonia, Es Caló des Moro, Cala Santanyí, Cala Figuera, Cala Mondragó, S’Amarador, Portopetro, S’Alqueria Blanca, Calonge and Cala d’Or.
Santanyí is located 56 km far from Palma.
The name Santanyí is derived from the Latin expression “Sancti Agnini” (saint lamb). It is one of the historical towns of Majorca, founded in 1300 by king Jaume II.
The calm and pleasant town has a pedestrian zone with cafes and restaurants where you can stroll around at ease.
The local market is on twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You can take delight to all types of products from the area (fruits, vegetables, delicatessen products…) and local handicrafts.
The town offers a varied commercial and cultural lifestyle.