Colònia de Sant Jordi (South)
Colònia de Sant Jordi belongs to the municipality of Las Salinas and is located in the south-east of the island between Campos and Santanyi. This town was born as a small fishing port and is now a well-known tourist area. The coastal area of Colònia de Sant Jordi, with its small islands, its beautiful beaches of soft sand and beautiful vegetation, is surrounded by crystal clear waters to the delight of its visitors. It has some of the most famous beaches on the island of Mallorca, Es Dolc and Es Carbó, extensive and with fine sand, crystal clear waters and Caribbean blue. It has a marina from which daily excursions are made to the nearby island of Cabrera to visit the Cabrera Archipelago's Land and Martim National Park. The salt marshes of Sa Vall or Colònia de Sant Jordi are the second oldest in the world (4th century BC), especially since their exploitation was initiated by Punic merchants. They form a fragile and valuable protected ecosystem that is an important part of the Es Trenc-Salobrar de Campos Natural Area.