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Sa Rapita once served as a bulwark against pirate attacks. To this day, the watchtower Son Duri stands in the harbor at Club Nautic de Sa Rapita. From the 16th to the 19th century, it was part of a series that lit warning beacons along the coastline to send a message to the city of Palma that it should be wary of invading pirates. In the twentieth century, the area around Sa Rapita began to be developed and secondary residences available to workers in agriculture. The main attraction in Sa Rapita is the natural beach Es Trenc, which stretches from Sa Rapita along the coastline and past the tiny village of Ses Covetes to the larger town of Colonia Sant Jordi. Other enchanting beaches stretching along the south coast are best reached by boat. Opportunities for a boat trip are given thanks to the Club Nautico Sa Rapita. Since the yacht club can be described as the central hub of Sa Rapita, the leisure activities, in addition to golf and hiking, focus mainly on water sports such as surfing, sailing and diving. In the town of Sa Rapita you will find a year round, albeit modest, infrastructure to meet your daily needs. A bank is located in the middle of the main street in Sa Rápita, next to the supermarket. A few meters further on you will find the pharmacy. For more shopping and shops for daily needs, visit Colonia St. Jordi or Campos. You will not find any great hotels in Sa Rapita. There are two small guesthouses. Otherwise, Sa Rapita is characterized by holiday properties on the main road and the settlements "D'alt de Sa Rapita" and "El Paraiso". Sa Rapita has no direct connection to the main traffic arteries and is therefore a bit off the beaten track. But not least because of this, the character of this area could be preserved. Even today, the old buildings contribute not insignificantly to the unmistakable charm of the coastal town.