With the foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains as a backdrop and the uninhabited island of Sa Dragonera as your vista, enjoy full-service facilities and easy access to one of the most beautiful spots in Mallorca's southwest.
Sant Elm is a quaint coastal village in the far corner of the island. The coast is rocky, but you’ll find access to sandy beaches throughout the village. Sant Elm’s coves invite great snorkeling, paddle boarding and rock climbing. A lucky few will catch a glimpse of mountain goats that live in the woods nearby. Streetside parking is available for free, or choose a municipal lot that charges by the day. Be sure to stay for sunset, which is particularly beautiful here.
By Memphis Holland
15 July, 2018