The holiday resort of Camp de Mar, along with the towns of Andratx, Port d’Andratx, S’Arracó, and Sant Elm, are the principal developments of the municipal district of Andratx in the extreme south west corner of Mallorca.
Despite the aggressive tourist developments that has gone on at many of the other more well known south coast resorts, Camp de Mar has somehow managed to maintain the image of a small and exclusive beach resort that has remained somewhat isolated from most of the other tourist areas on the island.
Camp De Mar is on the south west coast, (it is 16 mls W of Palma and 24 mls from the airport). It is set in a valley between two rocky headlands creates a flat area leading to the beach. Most of the resort buildings are on a low rise to one side, with apartments on higher slopes.
Other than the restaurants and bars to be found in these hotels, the range of amenities in the resort is however surprisingly limited.
Daytime activites are centred around the beach and general relaxation. If however, the prospect of lying on a sunbed for 2 weeks doesn’t hold to much of an appeal to you, or should you wish to experience a more typical Mallorcan family resort, then Paguera is around 3km away to the east, and the more lively Santa Ponsa a little further around the bay.