Santanyí is the municipality located further south in Mallorca. It limits with the municipalities of Campos, Felanitx and Ses Salines. The name of the town, Santanyí, derives from the Latin expression 'Sancti Agnini', which means ‘Holy Lamb’ and was founded in 1300 by King Jaume II. Every Wednesday and Saturday there is a market that attracts residents and visitors from all over the island. At this market you will find fruits and vegetables, handicrafts of the area and all kinds of Mallorcan products.
Santanyí also offers a varied cultural agenda, marked by local celebrations that colour the streets of the town. Gastronomy, culture, and architecture are combined in this magical town which we invite you to discover during your stay at Hotel Ca'n Bonico.
3 km away from Ses Salines, we find the small village of Es Llombards. Despite its small size, Es Llombards has an interesting gastronomic offer and its surroundings are ideal for a weekend walk. Next to Es Llombards is Cala Llombards, a clear turquoise water cove which can be reached by car, hiking or cycling from the village.
Colonia de Sant Jordi is an old fishing village that forms the most easterly coastal point on the island of Mallorca. Good restaurants and bars offering fresh fish are a must for all who visit Hotel Ca'n Bonico.
All- Santanyí, Es Llombards and Colonia de Sant Jordi can be perfect to spend a day away from Hotel Ca’n Bonico, enjoying Mallorcan cuisine, strolling through and discovering the authentic Mallorca.