About Colonia Sant Jordi - presentation, information, photos and recommendations
As during the Phoenicians around 600 BC, the white gold is extracted from lagoons pink colored salt gardens even today. Salinas de Llevant reach far inland.
Narrow channels that do not seem to want to end, has an impressive view. Framed by salt tolerant plants, The Halophytes, a unique landscape has evolved and is structured habitat for more than 150 bird species.
Part of Ses Salines city was designated a protected nature reserve of special interest picturesque Balearic government.
Direct promenade of Colonia de Sant Jordi port - a port that was previously Campos - many restaurants and cafés invite you to spend some time enjoying the local cuisine and especially fresh fish dishes.
Colonia Sant Jordi | Colonia de Sant Jordi is a former colony of fishing and belongs to the municipal district of Ses Salines, which is located in the upper south-east of Mallorca between Santanyi and Campos and takes its name from salt flats thousands of years already used
by the Romans
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