Activities for all tastes

Enjoy your stay making the most of everything that Camp de Mar has to offer.
From here you can enjoy its 2 beautiful beaches, where you will also find a multitude of activities such as diving, kayaking, velomar, boat trips etc.. All this located just 250mts from the apartments.

But do not miss the opportunity to explore the rest of the island, mainly the southwest area, from Camp de Mar you can make many hiking or cycling routes through the Serra de Tramuntana declared World Heritage by UNESCO. As well as visiting La Dragonera, a small island declared a natural marine-terrestrial park.
We are only a few km away from typical towns of the northern mountain range of Mallorca, such as Andratx, Sant Elm, Estellencs, Galilea, Puigpunyent, etc.

What you can't miss

Andratx weekly market

Weekly market in the village of Andratx, held on Wednesdays until 13:00h. It is about 5km away, you can take the bus line 101.
It is worth the visit to the village, get lost in its streets and visit the Church of Santa Maria and the town hall, located in the Castle of Son Mas, dominating the whole valley.

Visit Palma

Palma is the capital of the Balearic Islands, founded in pre-Roman times. It is a city full of corners to discover, with excellent restaurants. The visits to La Seu (Cathedral), Almudaina, s'Hort del Rei, La Lonja, El Parc de la Mar, Bellver Castle and a long etcetera stand out.
You can arrive by car on the Ma-1 in 30 minutes, there is subway parking very close to the Cathedral. Or with the bus 101 in approximately 35 minutes.

Dragonera Island

The Dragonera is a small island located in front of the town of Sant Elm, it is a natural park since 1995.
You can hire an excursion from Camp de Mar, near the beach you will find the stands.
You can also go by car to Sant Elm and take the boat from there. Sant Elm can be reached by the Ma-1030 in 20 minutes. By bus take the line 101 to Andratx and then the 121 to Sant Elm.

Hiking trails

Camp de Mar is a good starting point for excursions in the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site World Heritage Site by Unesco .

The most popular is the visit to Cap Andritxol where the "Torre de foc" is located, an ancient warning system against piracy from the 16th century, ending with a swim in Caló den Monjo, a small virgin cove with access only on foot.

Another option is the route to Port of Andratx which can be done as a complete circular route, or once in the Port return by bus line 101 or 122, shortening it to 6 km of road.

In 2023 the pedestrian path to the village of Andratx (5km) has been completed, from there you can make the route to Puig de Garrafa , with spectacular views of the entire municipality. You can also reach Andratx with the bus lines 101 and 122.

Finally, one of the most popular excursions in the area of Andratx, is the visit to La Trapa a valley where a Trappist monastery was settled in 1810. It offers spectacular views, including the natural marine-terrestrial park of the Dragonera. The route usually starts in Sant Elm, it can be reached by car, it is 8km from Camp de Mar, or by bus 121 from Andratx.

There are many options both from Camp de Mar and from the surroundings, do not hesitate to ask us if you need more information.