Calvià: seductive and exuberant coastline

Thanks to its geographical placement, it boasts one of the most seductive parts of the Mallorca coastline, with 26 beaches, as well as magnificent spots full of local flora once you go inland.

The area’s population is mostly young and distributed into different towns: Cas Català, Illetes, Bendinat, Portals Nous, Palmanova, Magaluf, Son Ferrer, El Toro, Calvià Vila, Es Capdellà, Galatzó, Santa Ponça, Costa de la Calma and Peguera. All these areas are well-connected through a road network, which allows for quick and comfortable journeys between the towns and to the rest of the island.

It also possesses a “park route”, the “Passeig de Calvià”, which was built upon the philosophy of prioritising pedestrians over vehicle-users. Calvià’s economy is fundamentally tourism-based, in constant development and with much to offer, which makes it one of the most important infrastructures in Europe, with retail initiatives, cuisine and heritage all focused on divulging our culture.