Beaches > Colonia Sant Jordi

  At the extreme southern end of Mallorca, the town and resort of Colonia Sant Jordi (C˛lonia de Sant Jordi), has an attractive beach and harbour and is a popular stopping off point for a visit to Cabrera Island, visitors taking one of the many boat trips that are operating during the summer season. The town grew around the salt industry, with salt being extracted from the nearby Salines de s'Avall since Roman times. Its natural harbour led it to being an important port since early times.
 

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Beaches of Colonia Sant Jordi

MarquŔs beach

  Is an unspoilt beach which is 400 m long and 40 m wide. It has fine white sand and a sandy seabed and is surrounded by pine trees and dunes. To get here, follow the Avinguda MarquŔs del Palmer in the tourist resort of Col˛nia de Sant Jordi until you reach the square of Plaša de la Constituciˇ, then turn left and follow the signs to this beach.

Es Port beach

  Which is 150 m long and 25 m wide, is surrounded by buildings and a promenade with palm trees. It is located next to the port in Col˛nia de Sant Jordi.

Es Dolš

  Is one of the most beautiful unspoilt beaches in Mallorca and can be easily reached by walking towards the left for 250 m along the promenade from Es Port beach. It is 350 m long and 25 m wide, with fine white sands and a sandy seabed.

Es Carbˇ

  Is a very beautiful unspoilt beach which is over 1,400 m long and 50 m wide, with some little islands and the Natural Park of the archipelago of Cabrera in front of it. The sand is fine and white and the seabed is sandy. Behind the beach there are dunes which are fixed down by old pine trees, savin trees, wild olive trees, sea lilies and sandy thistles. To get here, you have to walk left along the coast for 2,300 m from Es Port beach in Colonia de Sant Jordi, passing Es Dolš on the way.