Further south are Cala d’Or and its marina www.marinacalador.es, and the coves around the town of Santanyí, such as Cala Mondragó, Cala Mesquida, Cala Santanyí and Cala Figuera, which has the island’s smallest marina with just 6 berths. Just opposite the island of Cabrera, which is the only uninhabited island in the Balearics and also a national park, are several of Majorca’s finest beaches: Es Trenc, Ses Salinas and Ses Covetes, Playa del Dolç, etc. The closest marinas are in Colonia de Sant Jordi and Sa Ràpita. This area’s last marina, S’Estanyol, is in the municipality of Llucmajor itself. Between here and Playa de Palma is the coast of Llucmajor with its many housing developments, such as Badia Gran, Badia Blava, Maioirs and Sa Torre.