On the way to the south-east of the island, all the ways go through Campos, a medium sized town for Majorca.
Originally the name Campos probably came from the Romans. The origin of the name is Latin, and it´s one of the rare occasions where the name actually kept it´s Latin origin.


Small town life and tranqulility

Campos is situated in the countryside and has been pretty much spared from the tourism. In contract with most of the towns in the upcountry, Campos appears open and friendly. In the center you can find, among other things, the often complimented Pasteleria „Pomar“ with really nice treats and Empanadas.


The specialities Coca und “Pomar”

You can also get Coca, another specialty of the island, which is similar to a pizza and always eaten cold as a starter. You´ll find the Coca in all kind of variations and all kind of doughs.


The culture of the parish church of Sant Juliá

If you visit the town, don´t miss the community church Sant Julià, the town hall, and the old hospital with its chapel, which is now used for exhibitions.

On the road to Colonia de Sant Jordi, shortly before you turn to Ses Salines, there is the cheese shop Burguera. Excellent cheese is produced there and is sold at a reasonable price.

The best way is to discover the surroundings with a rental car. Have a look on our rental cars here.


Shopping possibilities and restaurants

There is a market on Saturday, where you can find many different things like Olives, chicken, shoes, cloth and electronic toys. The people here speak majorquin.

You can find a big supermarket, SYP, about 1,5 km outside of Campos. With a car, leave Campos heading towards Palma. You will see a petrol station on the left site. Right beside the petrol station there is the supermarket. Other shops for everyday needs like banks, pharmacies, opticians, supermarkets etc. can be found on the main road in Campos.


More locations

Ses Covetes | Sa Rapita | Ses Salines | Campos