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22 Feb Lluc a Peu

"Lluc a Peu" is a march that takes place in Mallorca every year during August's first Saturday. This event has become one of the most popular in the island, getting together 50.000 people to walk the 48 km distance from Palma to Lluc's Monastery. The tour starts...

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07 Feb Winery Mortitx

Located in the beautiful Serra de Tramuntana, this winery organises tours around their vineyards and production areas. After the visit, you'll enjoy a taste of different kinds of wines....

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02 Feb Gorg Blau Dam

Beautiful dam located between Puig Major and Puig de Masanella peaks. Together with Cúber dam, it supplies water to Palma since 1975. All the area is perfect for excursions and picnics and there's a shelter right in front the dam that can be rented through...

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26 Sep Almallutx – Prehistoric Settlement

The area around Almallutx Valley has numerous archaeological sites that include burial caves, Talayotic monuments, pottery remains and flint fragments. Researchers also believe that this area was an important Islamic rural settlement during the Christian re-conquer of the island. Part of the valley is nowadays submerged under the...

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15 Aug Lluc Monastery

The name of the Sanctuary of Santa Maria de Lluc comes from "Lucus", meaning sacred forest in Latin. The sanctuary was built in 13th century in the heart of the beautiful Sierra de Tramuntana and it's considered a sacred place of pilgrimage, where resides the Virgin of...

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08 Jun Sa Calobra Beach

I know you must have seen many special places during your life, but I'm sure Sa Calobra will be one of those which will remain in your memory forever! Once you have walked through the mountain tunnel that connects the road with the beach you'll have the...

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08 Jun Cala Tuent Beach

Located right under the Puig Major (the island's highest peak), Cala Tuent's landscape is completely natural, with the typical vegetation of the Sierra de Tramuntana. The road to get here is a bit twisted, but you should definitely visit this place! The best moment for a swim...

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