When walking around the heart of Palma, we come across many Majorcan patios that bear witness to history, art and time. One of the most emblematic of these can be found in Can Vivot, on Calle Can Savellà number 4.
Mallorca has become one of the most important centres for art in all of Europe. Here is a selection of what we feel to be the most attractive galleries in Palma, due to their history, the relevance of their artists, their proposal and the beauty of the venues.
The Crystal church is a structure of dazzling beauty, built upon concrete and iron ribs that sustain 39 stained glass windows, providing the building with a mystical aura. The windows depict scenes of nature and the cosmos, characterising the Franciscan order, combined with biblical scenes.
Palma – Coll de Sa Creu – Calvià – Capdellà – Galilea – Puigpunyent – Esporles – Palma. A short route which never strays very far from Palma but which does incorporate 3 ascents. None of them are excessively long, though there are quite steep stretches with an 8 to 10% incline. It is possible to cut it short by returning more directly from Puigpunyent to Palma, without ascending to Superna.
The prestigious majorcan chef Benet Vicens welcomes us in his restaurant “Bens d’Avall”, an establishment located in a privileged setting of Mallorca, between the towns of Sóller and Deià and the edge of the sea. Specialized in cuisine based on native ingredients.
Sa Dragonera is a small island at the southern tip of the Tramuntana Mountain range. There are different hiking routes on the island with varying levels, something to suit everyone.