Sant Elm is an old fisherman’s village with about 500 inhabitants and it is located on the south-west coast of Mallorca.
To reach Sant Elm one has to drive through twisting roads in a scenic landscape. The journey in itself is a wonderful experience and once you have arrived, you will experience a charming village with a beautiful coast line. Sant Elm is still quiet even though it has moved from being a fisherman’s village to a tourist resort. It has a beautiful beach which is a popular spot for both locals and tourists. Here you can also find a small playground for the younger ones to enjoy.
There is a main street passing through the village and alongside there are several restaurants and cafes to visit and some shops to bring home some local souvenirs. One of the more popular things to do when visiting Sant Elm is to stay and watch the sunset from one of the viewpoints alongside the village coastline. Doing the spring Sant Elm is also a very popular place among the thousands of cyclists visiting Mallorca.
Another popular activity is to visit the island of Sa Dragonera. There is a boat that leaves regularly from the small harbour. Close to the village there are two other uninhabited islands; Pantaleu and Sa Mitjana.
You reach Sant Elm best with a car and there is public parking once you enter the village.