Find the best place to stay — Colònia de Sant Jordi

What are the popular points of interest near where I can stay when traveling to Colònia de Sant Jordi?

HomeAway offers a large selection of vacation rentals near lovely places in Colònia de Sant Jordi. From HomeAway travelers, the most popular points of interest to stay for a holiday trip or just for a weekend are:

  • Centro de Visitantes Ses Salines: 3,483 vacation rentals
  • Centro de Visitantes del Parque Nacional de Cabrera: 3,466 vacation rentals
  • Es Trenc Beach: 3,757 vacation rentals
  • Cala Mondrago Beach: 3,851 vacation rentals
  • Artestruz Mallorca: 4,318 vacation rentals

But there are many other points of interest around Colònia de Sant Jordi listed on HomeAway where you can find your place to stay. Please use our search bar to access the selection of vacation rentals available near the point of interest of your choice.

Can I find a vacation rental with suitable for kids in Colònia de Sant Jordi?

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    Family friendly fun on Mallorca's southern coast

    Situated on the southern coast of the Spanish island of Mallorca, Colonia de Sant Jordi is a former fishing village turned popular beach resort. Along with the stunning scenery and rolling hills that Mallorca is known for, you'll also find a charming old town, full of shops and restaurants. Browse the Colonia de Sant Jordi vacation rentals and consider opting for something with a private pool, or with easy access to Mallorca's coastline. The beaches in this area are known for being family friendly, as well as some of the least developed on the island.

    No cares with Balearic breezes blowing through your hair

    Colonia de Sant Jordi is most known for its untamed sandy beaches and waterfront promenade, and the most famous (and family-friendly) beach is Es Trenc. Complete with sun loungers and umbrellas for hire, you'll also find waterfront restaurants serving simple fare. Watersports are popular throughout Colonia de Sant Jordi, so plan to give windsurfing, kayaking, snorkelling, or stand up paddle boarding a try. If you'd prefer to explore the rest of the island, consider a motor bike rental and letting the Balearic Island breezes blow through your hair as you ride along the coast.

    Take to the roads and see all Mallorca has to offer

    Consider booking a car when browsing Colonia de Sant Jordi vacation rentals, because there's much to see around the rest of the island. The museums, shops, and restaurants of Palma are about an hour away, but you'll find other smaller history, archaeology, and art museums within 20 minutes of town. The kids will love visiting the Aqualand El Arenal waterpark, or you can take a boat trip out to the Archipielago de Cabrera National Park. The Botanicactus botanical gardens, the largest of its kind in Europe, are also nearby, where you can explore over one thousand varieties of cacti.

    Looking for action, or in need of an escape?

    Because Colonia de Sant Jordi has one of the best beaches on Mallorca's southern coast, you can expect big crowds and high prices from June through August. If you'd rather visit when the scene is a bit quieter, plan your visit for the shoulder seasons. March through May and September through mid-October can both be ideal, thanks to smaller crowds, lower prices, and pleasant weather. The area quiets down significantly in late fall through winter, so you may be able to find a deal or two when the cooler temperatures and light autumn rains blow in.

    Untamed beauty, untouched beaches, and unbeatable views

    Once you set your sights on Colonia de Sant Jordi vacation rentals, you'll quickly learn that you're in for some of Mallorca's best beaches, with stretches of white sand and crystal clear blue waters. There's a reason they say this is Mallorca's answer to the Caribbean! Just behind the beaches, you'll also find protected sand dunes and wetlands, which a variety of migratory birds and marine vegetation call home. From Colonia de Sant Jordi, the wild and untouched Archipielago de Cabrera National Park is also easily accessible by boat.