AN ISLAND FULL OF POSSIBILITIES
Our area offers tons of possibilities for people with all tastes. For those with an adventurous spirit, activities like hiking and cycling will ensure you enjoy the natural environment around us and fully get to know the island. If a good rest is what you’re looking for, the island is full of marvellous beaches where you can kick back, plus, our facilities provide the perfect place to kick back and enjoy a relaxing holiday.
DISCOVER THE ISLAND ON A SET OF WHEELS!
If there’s one thing that beats getting on a bike and cycling for miles on end, it’s doing it in Mallorca, as it provides a combination of the best conditions for cycling. The climate, the landscapes, the variety of flat and hilly tracks, and the large number of events for cyclists on the island, mean it has become of the best places in the world to enjoy cycling.
And to top it off, Llucmajor is just one of the areas experiencing a huge increase cycling tourism. The gorgeous inland towns, Puig de Randa and the proximity of the coast have prompted the rise in cyclists in the area. Here’s a website with the best cycle paths on the island. Keep on pedalling!
A WORLD TO WALK
For those who’d prefer to have their feet on solid ground, there are numerous tracks and trails on the island that pass through a wide variety of spectacular landscapes, where you can go hiking or trail running. You can chose between a coastal option, with the deep blue sea as the central focus; a mountainous option, with various 1000+ metre peaks and exceptional views; or flat land that hides magical little towns within it.
On this website, you’ll find the information you need to plan your paths. Feel free to consult us with any questions you may have.
READY TO DISCOVER PARADISE?
Apart from Mallorca’s climate, landscape, orography and cultural and artistic wealth, the island has another fundamental factor that has led the island to become one of Europe’s most important tourist destinations: its coastline. The beaches and coves in Mallorca have a special charm.
The sandbanks and little coves in the south of the island are characterised by their fine, white sand and turquoise sea. While in the north, the Tramuntana mountain range leads to generally rocky beaches and coves, surrounded by cliffs and green mountains, plus a much more intense sea colour.
There are two lovely beaches near Sa Bassa Plana: Es Trenc and Cala Pí. We suggest you go check them out!
If you’re still hungry for more, you’ll find an excellent selection of the islands beaches and coves on this page. Enjoy!
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“A FANTASTIC PLACE TO STAY”
A fantastic place to stay. I was there for two nights, but I could have stayed much longer! The staff are lovely, the area is very nice and peaceful. Everywhere was very clean. I’d recommend it to anyone.
INDIGO N, MADRID
We spent 10 days in Sa Bassa Plana. It’s really peaceful, very clean and perfect for some rest and relaxation. We really liked it, and all its services, like the pool, restaurant and bar work very well.