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S’Amarador I Villas in Spain

Villas in Spain near the idyllic beach of S'Amarador

The well-known Playa S'Amarador in the southeast of Majorca, has been voted the most beautiful beach in Europe – simply book your holiday lettings Spain and discover this magnificent stretch of sun, sea and sand for yourself! If getting a tan whilst listening to the gentle waves lap the shore, or discovering a marine paradise beneath crystal clear waters sounds like your ideal Spanish holiday, then look no further than self-catering in this beautiful region of Majorca. The beach fifty yards wide and surrounded by lovely forest, making this ideal for forest holidays where you can enjoy a picturesque view of the sea!

Holiday lettings Spain in the bay of Cala Mondragó

S'Amarador is one of three beaches in Cala Mondragó, which is perhaps the most beautiful bay of the island. The side bays of Caló d'en Garrot and Caló des Borgit, and their beaches you should also explore whilst self-catering Spain. A coastal path leads from S'Amarador around the cape Punta de ses Gatoves to the small rocky cove of Caló d'en Perdiu and Cape Blanquer, the southern end of Cala Mondragó. Go this way and be convinced by the scenic beauty of the bay.

Nature galore with villa rentals Spain

The cove is named after the nature park Parc natural de Mondragó, which extends to 765.69 hectares around the bay. A visit to the park is a must while on holiday in Spain in in Majorca on your family holidays! The protected area on the island covers the beaches, dunes, cliffs and the wetlands of the torrents, as well as agricultural land, forests and hills. Discover different vegetation of the natural park with its protected plants. The park is also a special bird protection zone, in addition to migratory birds there is a large number of native bird species to be found whilst self-catering Spain.

Activities by S’Amarador

You needn’t spend an arm and a leg to keep the kids entertained here – just like with villas in Lanzarote, Menorca or on Mainland Spain! Cheap family holidays are totally possible without sacrificing a wealth of experiences. The Nature Park runs several hiking and biking trails that are accessible from the entrances of the park. The information centre at the north parking lot is also open daily and from here you can take guided tours. Much of the park is privately owned, so only the designated paths should be used on the excursion, although you can have picnics, play games and relax in the sun easily in these areas.