Portopetro, a small fishing village in a spectacular landscape setting.
If tradition appeals to you then do consider the charming Mallorcan idyll of Portopetro. Located south-east of Mallorca the quaint attractive fishing village is recognised for its geographical charms. Evolution has been kind to Portopetro. It retains its traditional fishing village allure whilst adapting to the needs of visitors. Tourists have made an invisible impact, which has further enhanced the locality.
The village's harbour is of particular scenic interest. For those who like to get their cameras out there is much to tempt them too. Naturally, there is a constant flow of working and leisure craft using the fishing port’s delightful harbour. Here is found the impressive Real Club de Nautico de Portopetro. As tourists love their seascapes and boat trips there is much to tempt them at scenic Porto Petro. Here, there is a good choice of coastal excursions to choose from. These are unlikely to be tedious as these trips skirt the Natural Park of the Cabrera Archipelago.
Portopetro is likely to appeal to those who prefer life's slow lane; the village has very little in common with the more brash resorts. This is compensated for by pleasing family dining restaurants and eateries each with its own distinctive nautical flavour. For the ramblers and explorers there is much to keep their interest. Here can be discovered easy access to charming inlets and coves, small beaches, breathtaking backdrops and of course those crystal clear waters.
How to arrive:
Portopetro is the southern tip of the island. From Palma, the Ma-19 motorway leads directly to Llucmajor, then you have to continue and pass through Campos and finally you arrive at Porto Petro