Known as the Migjorn area, it is made up by the townships of Llucmajor, Campos, Santanyí and Ses Salines. With a population of about 45,000 inhabitants, it is one of the less populated areas of the island.
The archipelago of Cabrera can aslo be found near these townships and it comprises the islands Conillera, Plana, Foradada, Na Pobre, s’illot Pla and others. In April 1991 the archipelago was declared as Maritime National Park because of its extraordinary ecologic and landscape values by the General Courts. A castle —medieval fortification—, a hermitage and the monument to the exiled French can be found here.
Cabrera and their islets, together with the salt mines of Es Trenc, are one of the main visited points of the enthusiasts of the ecological and maritime tourism. The visitor of the island can enjoy the ornithological wealth, the depth of the sea and the unique geography of these landscapes.
It is a magical triangle that gathers all the beauty of the coast with its countless and limpid beaches and small bays and the typically rural Majorcan lifestyle.