Soller - Mallorca
Ca'n Det is one of the few fincas in the valley of Sóller still dedicated both to the growing of oranges and olives as well as the extraction of olive oil, activities which in the past brought prosperity to the area. Olive The olive oil press at Ca'n Det is one of the three remaining mills of its kind in Mallorca, it is still in the hands of the founders decendants, and was mentioned in the town registry of the 16th century.
Sant Francesc is one of the main landmarks of Gothic art in Ciutat de Mallorca (Palma). From the times of Jaume I to those of his successors, the Franciscan order enjoyed the protection of the Mallorcan royal house, enabling the church and convent cloister to become outstanding elements of Gothic art on the island.
Algaida - Mallorca
A factory founded in 1719; demonstration of handcrafted glass-making using the glassblowing technique in a modern building-castle. Pieces from alll over the world are exhibited on the top floor.
Valldemossa - Mallorca
The Valldemossa Charterhouse (Spanish: Real Cartuja de Valldemossa, translatable as: Royal Carthusian Monastery of Valldemossa) is a former Carthusian monastery in Valldemossa, Majorca.
Palma - Mallorca
Bellver Castle (Catalan: Castell de Bellver) is a Gothic style castle on a hill 3 km northwest of Palma on the Island of Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain. It was built in the 14th century for King James II of Majorca, and is one of the few circular castles in Europe
Initiated in 1230 and finalized gothic construction in 1587, where the great rosette of the greater altar can be admired. Other gothic buildings of great beauty are the churches of San Francisco. In whose interior it is the tomb with the rest of the philosopher and Majorcan theologian Ramon Llull, of Sant Miguel and Santa Eulàlia.
Palma - Mallorca
Get to know the charms of Palma’s historic centre through five cultural tours led by expert professional guides: The City and the Sea, A Stroll through the Fishermen’s Quarter of Santa Creu, EL Call Major and The Convent of the Capuchins of Palma (a visit to the cloistered convent of Capuchin nuns).
This work of the nature can be visited foot crossing a kilometer and means of rooms. Schedule: of 10,00 h to 17,00 h, in summer until the 19,00 h. located in the highway of the caves, s/n. Entered 8 euros.
Discovered in 1945, their 3,200 square meters of surface include/understand numerous united caves to each other. Guided visits, terrace and bar. Opened every day from the 10.00 h to the 19.00 h. Highway Palma-Alcúdia, km 39. Entrance 8 euros.
Caves de Génova
Natural caves, located in the district of Génova, Palma. They offer a visit guided of 40 minutes to 36 ms of depth. Schedule: in summer, of Monday to Sunday of 10,00 h to 13,30 h and 16,00 h to 19,00 h, and in winter, of 10,15 h to 13,00 h and 16,00 h to 18,00 h. Entrada: 6 euros.
Perhaps most popular of the island. From 1935 they offer to the visitor a route of a kilometer that runs between six inner pools. In the Martel lake it is possible to be contemplated to a dawn between stalactites and estalagmitas, simulated by a system of light and sound. There are surprising corners like the Theater of the Fairies or Baño of the Morning calls.
They are perhaps the most beautiful and delicate caves of Majorca as far as its formation arborescentes. In their underground lake concerts and spectacles of lights are celebrated. Discovered by the espeleólogo Pedro Caldenteny in 1905, they have a visible route of 500 meters. Schedule of Monday to Sunday, 10,00 h to 18,30 h. Entrance 9.50 euros. Manacor-Portocristo highway s/n, to 1 km.
The name of 'the Victòria' must to a victory in one of the numerous confrontations that were during century XVI between the inhabitants of Alcúdia and the pirates. Located to about 7 km of Alcúdia, this hermitage lodges the image of the pattern of Alcúdia, the Mare de Dèu of the Victòria, a wood stature of gothic style.
Esporles - Mallorca
LA GRANJA, situated 15 Km from Palma, is a beautiful 10th century mansion, surrounded by lush vegetation, beautiful gardens and natural fountains.
Soller - Mallorca
While walking through the Botanic Garden, the visitant gets to know the Balearic wild flowers and plants of the other Mediterranean islands, included spectacular flowers of the Canarias Islands. Furthermore, you cannot forget the ornamental and medical plants and the great variety of the traditional fruits and vegetables.
Of Arab origin. The property of Alfàbia, property of the Zaforteza family, is open to the public, who can cross the different rooms from this satately house of century XII. Schedule in summer of Monday to Saturday of 9,30 h to 18,00 h. In winter, of Monday through Friday of 9,30 h to 17,00 h. Saturdays of 9,30 h to 13,00 h. Price: 4,50 euros. Highway Palma-Sóller km 17.
The Arab Baths
Located in the old helmet of Palma. Schedule of Monday to Sunday of 9,00 h to 18,00 h. Entrance 1,50 euros.
At the moment five towers of mill exist: the one of Cas Moliner or in Genestra, the one of Cas Bubo or Can Puput, the one of Can Romeguera, the one of Can Vallès and the one of Can Eloi.
Constructed by order of Jaime II from 1298, the works culminated in 1362. Its mission was to serve as refuge and defense of the north of Majorca. They are of square silver and they were reinforced by 26 towers of a height of 6 meters. Of the Renaissance walls the bastion is conserved San Ferrán, in the bullring.
From end of May to June principles agreeing with the festividad of Corpus, around 57 Majorcan typical patios they permanacen open to the public. There are guided visits. Every year the City council of Palm publishes a bilingual pamphlet with the patios that can be visited, asi like other spaces of interest and the musical program of concerts that are programmed in the patios.
Natural harbor with a tradition that goes back to century XIII. Portocolom and its sport port, are the more important coastal zones of Felanitx. It conserves his marine stamp, in spite of the hotel growth of the zone.
Sanctuary located to 330 meters of height. Constructed between end of century XIV and XV. The gothic style predominates. The church conserves a popular image of the Virgin, attributed to century XIV. The ascent to pied, with a normal march, requires one hour, although also it is acceded with vehicles. It offers service of lodging all the year except in Christmas Eve, Christmas, Nochevieja and New Year, with rooms for 2, 4 and 6 people, and dependencies for groups in coats to sleep.
Halfway located between Alcúdia and the Port. It was constructed at the time of the High Empire and is smallest of Spain. One calculates that it had capacity for 2000 people. The theater conserves rest of its three basic elements: the audience or cavea, the orchestra and the scene.
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