Manacor is situated in the east of Mallorca isle. In the south it borders on Felanitx, in the west on Vilafranca de Bonany, in the Northwest on Petra and in the Northeast on Sant Llorenç des Cardassar . In the east its coastline is 27km long. With an extension of 260.22 km2 it is the second biggest district in Mallorca and with 36.632 inhabitants its population density is 140 inhabit/square km.
Manacor and smaller nuclei like Son Macià and Son Negre are located in the interior. On the coast are Porto Cristo, s´Illot and the urbanizations Cala Murada, Cala Domingos, s´Estany d´en Mas, Cala Mendia, Cala Anguila and Cala Morlanda.
The region is divided in three different areas . the marina, the central sector of Llevant mountain range and the interior area of es Pla. The first one extends from the coastline till a height of 100 m. Its terrain is flat and the landscape, originally of wild-oil and some almond trees. The second area is the central sector of the Sierra de Llevant, with a gentle relief. It is formed by the south-western part of Calicant Massif, the intermediate high plateau and the ranges of Llodrá and Mola des Fangar. The landscape is alternated by vegetation on the mountaintops like wild-oil trees, dwarf fan palms and pine wood, and dry land cultures in torrent-beds and on hillsides. The interior area is characterized by its flatness, only cut by la Nou valley. The fertility of the terrain and thermic inversions have created a favourable atmosphere for cereal and vineyard cultures