Llucmajor, Balearic Islands

Santuari de Cura

Located at the top of Puig de Randa, this monastery dates from the thirteenth century and is located in a privileged position from which there are stunning views of Llucmajor, although it is not within the municipality but in the municipality of Algaida. According to legend, the Santuari de Cura occupies the place where the beatified priest Ramon Llull retired and received enlightenment.

Cap Blanc Lighthouse

It is one of the most mysterious and isolated corners of Llucmajor. This lighthouse inaugurated in 1863 has in its history the legend of the suicide of a lighthouse keeper when he was notified that he had to leave this lighthouse to be transferred to another destination. It is uninhabited since 1994 and although it is closed and access by car is not allowed, it is possible to approach on foot through a path.

Cala Pi is a secluded beach located in a village with which it shares its name, Cala Pi, 17 kilometers from Llucmajor, in the south of Mallorca. Its name "Pi" (pine in Spanish) comes from the trees that surround the beautiful cove. Considered by many as the perfect beach, protected between two cliffs, with golden sand and turquoise blue waters. The cove is short, about 50m long, but quite wide (140m). The cliffs on both sides of the beach, make it a safe place, protected from the winds.

Cala Vella

It is located in Llucmajor (Mallorca), on a cliff, so it can only be accessed by sea. That is the reason why its occupancy level does not usually exceed 30%, even in high season.It is composed of rocks and gravel. Its waves are moderate.