The beach at Cala Santanyí is crowded by tourists in the months of July and August usually. To avoid the hustle and bustle of tourists, it is better to come in the low season (May to June or September).
Want to take a swim in the ocean or to sunbath at the beach? Traveling to Mallorca in May/June or September is perfect because it is in the low season (cheap!), plus the water and air is still warm enough for swimsuits.
Visiting Mallorca with kids? This is the perfect itinerary for any outdoor loving family. Soak some sun on the lovely Cala Santanyì Beach, and treat yourself to ice cream and delicious snacks while overlooking the bay at Café Drac. Take a short walk and be amazed by Es Pontàs, a gigantic natural arch where you might spot some brave climbers in search for an adrenaline rush. Then drive to the rural city of Ses Salines, a village rich in history and one of the most authentic places in Mallorca (Majorca), to stroll around the shops before dinnertime. Round off your day with homemade traditional food with a modern edge in a gem of a restaurant at Cassai Gran Café & Restaurant. Its rustic, chic interior and easy-going, Mediterranean ambience will be a crowd pleaser to parents and kids alike.