Tag - Central Mallorca

Santa Maria del Cami

Santa Maria del Cami

Santa Maria del Cami, usually known by locals as simply Santa Maria, is a bustling market town in the central area of Mallorca and also heads up a municipality which includes several surrounding villages. Situated on a flat central plain with stunning views of the Tramuntana mountain...

Llucmajor

Llucmajor

Llucmajor is an inland town in the south of Mallorca, located within the plains that lie below the hills of Randa. The town itself is a medium size, however, the area that surrounds it, also called Llucmajor, is the largest municipality on the island comprising of 16 villages including...

Algaida

Algaida

The town of Algaida is located in a beautiful part of Mallorca, in the lowlands of a hilly area that includes the famous Puig de Randa, a 543-metre prominence topped by the sanctuary of Cura. This region is a true paradise for cyclists and hikers. Algaida also boasts a couple of charming...

Montuiri

Montuiri

Montuiri is municipality in central Majorca, one of the Balearic Islands, Spain. It is a small town built on a hill. Perched on a hilltop and surrounded by quaint stone windmills, the medieval town of Montuiri is a perfect example of traditional, rural Mallorca. High on a ridge surrounded...

Sineu

Sineu

Sineu is a traditional inland town located geographically at the centre of Mallorca. It appeals greatly to those seeking a place to enjoy solitude while still soaking up some of the islands deep cultural and religious history. Sineu is a town steeped in history. The Romans called it...

Muro

Muro

Muro is a small municipality on Majorca, one of the Balearic Islands, which is a part of Spain. It is located in the north-east of the island. Located slightly inland in agricultural region of “Pla de Mallorca”, Muro is a traditional rural town which also administrates the beach resort of...

Inca

Inca lies halfway up the motorway between Palma and Alcudia, almost at the centre of the island and at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. Inca is Mallorca’s third-largest town, best known as the “city of leather” owing to a lengthy history of leather making that...

Majorica

Majorica factory

Mallorca’s best-known name for pearls is Majorica. Majorica’s founder was a German engineer who transferred his company to Manacor in Mallorca and started to produce his pearls. In 1890, Majorica invented a unique production process to create artificial organic pearls. The perls are...

Via Verde eco-path

Via Verde (Manacor-Artá Greenway) is 29km long eco-path, which starts in Manacor and leads you till Arta. No motorised traffic is allowed, you can do it by foot, by bike or by horse. The route is secured by solar-powered cameras. Via Verde is the only one in the Balearics and offers...

Manacor

Church of our Lady of Sorrows

The church of our Lady of Sorrows is located in the centre of Manacor. Construction of the church began in the 14th century and wasn’t completed until the 19th century. It was built by Gaspar Bennàssar, José Barceló Runggaldier and rector Rubi. The church is famous of its enormous...

Manacor

Manacor

Manacor is the second largest town on Mallorca and birthplace of Rafa Nadal. This residential town is situated in the North East of the island. It was an agricultural town but, when the railway line was built in 1879, it became the industrial and commercial centre of the area...