Colonia de Sant Jordi, located in the southeast of the island, once a small fishing port, is now a well known tourist destination.
Surrounded by Caribbean blue waters, with small islands, beautiful sandy beaches and lush vegetation. Here you will find some of Majorca’s most famous beaches, such as Es Trenc, Es Dolç and Es Carbó.
Boats depart daily from the small fishing port to the National Park of Cabrera.
In front of the hotel are the S’Avall salt lakes, the second oldest in the world, which were already used by Punic traders in the 4th century BC. Salt was also of great interest to the Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and Christians. The importance of salt was so great that it gave its name to the municipality of Ses Salines. The salt is still extracted today using traditional methods, at the end of August or beginning of September. The salt lakes belong to the Es Trenc nature reserve and form a fragile and valuable ecosystem.
The remains of prehistoric and prehistoric settlements should be mentioned as historical monuments: Talaia Joana and the Talayots of Na Mera, Es Mitjà Gran, Els Entigors, etc.. These talayots, megalithic buildings from the Bronze Age, are proof that Ses Salines already had agriculture and livestock breeding.
The summer festival is celebrated on the 1st weekend in August.