Mallorca is an impressive enclave, its coastline and beaches and towns of the center of the island have become the most desired island in Spain.
Everyone knows that Mallorca offers an excellent climate, beaches and unique environments and excellent leisure options and valued by all. But Mallorca is much more and know it in depth is a pleasure for the senses. Mallorca is an island that works hard for the promotion of culture, not in vain for centuries have been numerous musicians, painters and poets who have chosen this Mediterranean enclave as a refuge. Contemporary art and culture are one of the hallmarks of Mallorca, where you can find a wide and varied cultural offer. Palma offers architectural gems like the Cathedral of Palma, the Almudaina Palace and Bellver Castle. Also they include museums such as Es Baluard or Contemporary Museum of Mallorca. Calvià has become one of the first municipalities in the promotion and dissemination of street art with the project “BetArt“.
Santanyí is also considered a bohemian, cosmopolitan and with great interest in culture that attracts many international artists village; must see are the House of art featuring the interesting work of artist Gemma Leys, Sailer Gallery and the International Music Festival Vila de Santanyí. Another way of promoting culture are the numerous fairs that are held throughout the year dedicated to different products like Majorcan Mushroom Fair, Stone in Dry Fair, leather craft demostrations, Sepia Fair, Prain Fair and many more.
Still exist in the island small island villages distinguished by charming and and the tranquility of its streets and picturesque bohemian air. Discover them is certainly a delicious plan. Biniaraix is a small wonder in the Serra de Tramuntana; in the municipality of Sóller and part of a stone path through the Barranco de Biniaraix, leading to the sanctuary of Lluc, it is a very attractive landscape for foreign residents, who enjoy the wonders of this peaceful corner in Mallorca. The town of Sóller, in the famous Valle de los Naranjos, is one of the most beautiful places in Mallorca, its buildings are a fascinating example of traditional Mallorcan style and modernism of the island. Sóller is a paradise for lovers of nature, hiking and climbing. One of its most characteristic cultural sign is the festival of Moors and Christians known as Es Firó, it held the second Sunday after the May Monday in which four battles that take place on the beach d’en Generós , beach d’en Repic, Pont d’en Barona and the town square.
In the north of the island, Pollença has become one of the municipalities that invite you to visit for its idiosyncrasies, customs, places. It’s one of the most charming towns in Mallorca, a town proudly maintains its traditions and attracts a very international scene with fine restaurants and cafes that are located around the main square or adorning the quaint downtown streets from town. The beaches and the international marina at Puerto Pollensa are just a couple of minutes driving, likewise the golf course of Pollensa.
Deià has attracted many artists over the years, the English poet Robert Graves lived in this town for almost half a century. Considered one of the prettiest villages in Spain and located in the Serra de Tramuntana retains its quiet and friendly character that has made multiple destination of people and personalities who wanted to know their charms.
Knowing Mallorca is to love it, so they claim international personalities who have said :
“Valldemossa… everything that can dream the painter or the poet has created nature in this place.”
“I love Mallorca because this island has been designed by the same energy of love.”
“I chose to live Bunyola because it’s the most picturesque place I never saw. Even Capri and Sorrento pales to its charm. Mountains and colors are absolutely charming and can’t be compared with anything I’ve seen… and I’ve seen half the world”