Holidays in
Puerto Andratx

Upscale Majorcan chic

It’s no wonder that celebrities and the elite set adore Puerto Andratx, a stylish port town on the west coast of Majorca. It has all the benefits you’d expect in this part of the world – endless sunshine, warm seas, an easy-going island vibe – paired with the upscale amenities of a luxury city enclave.

Puerto Andratx holidays offer a taste of the high life. The resort’s 450-berth marina is full of pretty yachts, and offers peerless people-watching opportunities from one of the many cafés, restaurants and bars that surround the harbour. The shopping scene is an arresting fusion of high-end retailers and more bohemian boutiques. There is a golf course, and opportunities for wellness retreats in the surrounding countryside, boat rides on offer and heaps of art and culture if you know where to look. In short, holidays to Puerto Andratx are pure class.

Your Puerto Andratx questions, answered

There is a small sandy beach called Ses Bassetes, and the delightful Camp de Mar beach, known for the little island it connects to via a bridge, is only a 3-kilometre drive along the coast.

There's an excellent professional-standard 18-hole course nearby at Golf de Andratx. The course boasts the longest hole in Spain, measuring an impressive 609 metres and appropriately nicknamed the ‘Green Monster’.

Puerto Andratx’s location at the southern end of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range means that it’s easy to go walking and climbing along its many trails.

Best things to do in Puerto Andratx

High culture

The CCA Andratx is a superb cultural centre where you can see the island’s best contemporary art. It’s just a short drive away in Andratx town.

Visit Sa Dragonera

If you fancy a taste of the seafaring life, charter a yacht or a boat trip over to the nearby uninhabited islet of Sa Dragonera, which is also a nature park.

Go shopping

Puerto Andratx has an awesome range of shops, from designer clothing and jewellery retailers to fun gift shops and interesting little boutiques selling quirky souvenirs.