Punt Blanc out as a guest house/restaurant in the sixties and was run by "uncle Pedro Alemany". Sant Elm was a small fishing village that became very popular during the start of the “tourism boom” on the island.
When the time came for his son Ramón to run the business, the guest house/restaurant was turned into the apartments that are there today and that we welcome you to visit.
Today and following tradition, Punt Blanc is still a family-run business now in the hand of Dolores, “Tío Pedro’s” niece. The small complex is composed of five apartments and a house, all named after members of our family and where you will be most welcome.
In addition to all of the amenities you will find in each of our dwellings, there is also shared WiFi, a barbecue area, direct access to the sea and both shared and private tables, etc.
Sant Elm is in a wonderful setting. It is a small village and still as charming as the small fishing village it once was. Its sandy beach, Cala Conills, Cala En Basset, the Es Pantaleu islet and the Sa Dragonera island natural park make for an exquisite natural landscape.
The unique Torre de Sant Elm tower, registered as a “Place of Cultural Interest” in the Spanish heritage registry stands out on the top of a hill behind the village. This tower was home to the chapel and hospital founded by King Jaime II back in the 13th century, its defence and watch tower was built at a later date. Another building that stands out is the Torre de Cala en Basset tower that was built in the 16th century to help keep watch over the coast.
The neighbouring village of s’Arracó is well worth a visit. Its streets are the perfect place to enjoy a light stroll and it is a great starting point for a variety of different hikes, one of the most popular being the hike up to “La Trapa” where among a lot more you will be able to enjoy sensational views of the Sa Dragonera island.
To take a look at other special places in the Sant Elm area, such as the Port of Andratx, please click here