Sa Ràpita (South)
Sa Ràpita is a small village on the south coast of Mallorca, located in an environment of great scenic beauty with beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. The impressive natural beach of Es Trenc stands out, this beach stretches from Sa Rapita along the coastal strip to the larger village of Colonia Sant Jordi. Sa Rapita was once a bastion against pirate attacks. The watchtower of 'Son Duri' still stands in the harbour of the Club Náutico de Sa Rapita, a marina with modern facilities. Nearby you will also find numerous bars and restaurants with large terraces from where you can enjoy spectacular sunsets. Rural Mallorca is very close by, as the commercial town of Campos is only 12 kilometres or 20 minutes away by car.