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 Galatzó estate belongs to Calvià council and is the perfect place to go hiking, here you can listen to the wind rustling through the pine trees, the birds chirping and the lambs bleating while they follow you along the pleasant tracks.
This itinerary takes you to the highest point of Alcúdia’s peninsula. On reaching the top of the Talaia (446m) we are rewarded with great panoramic views. Our route runs through the public estate of la Victòria that separates the bays of Pollença and Alcúdia.
We leave the Port de Sóller three hours before the sunset, first walking up calle Bélgica and then continuing along the Camí de s’Illeta, until reaching the bottom of the Penyal Bernat de s’Illeta; our goal is the summit.
One of the most impressive and characteristic views of Mallorca is the town of Llucalcari, nestled among the pine and olive groves of the Serra de Tramuntana, with a deep-blue backdrop where the sky and Mediterranean sea fuse as one.
It’s 11am and in half an hour the buses will arrive, here at Embutidos Matas the final details are coming together. The dining room that seats 157 diners is ready. Finally some blue buses, from the tour operator that smiles, begin to appear and the first groups of tourists get off.