Ses Salines (South)
Ses Salines is the southernmost point of the island of Mallorca. This area has a long agricultural tradition that continues to this day. The village is mainly inhabited by locals and has retained much of its old world charm, making it an excellent choice if you want to experience authentic rural Mallorca. It was named Ses Salines after the numerous salt ponds in the municipality, which are still extracted in the traditional way. This area is of great interest to history lovers, the village of Ses Salines boasts numerous historic buildings, such as the early 20th century church of San Bartolomé, considered an emblem by sailors, as it is visible from the sea. There are also Bronze Age settlements, such as Talaia Joana, which dates back to the 9th century BC. The village is located on a hill, which gives it an exceptional location. From there we can contemplate the sea shore and the island of Cabrera.