MAIS SOBRE O SEU DESTINO
Os nossos embaixadores locais revelam-lhe os recantos mais autênticos.
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Can Joan de S’Aigo Café
Hidden amidst the narrow sun-baked streets of Palma de Majorca’s old town, Can Joan de S’Aigo is a 200-year-old local café-cum-chocolatería, with a tiled floor, gilt-mirrored walls and marble tabletops, and is well worth the hunt.…
Cala Llombards is a tiny crescent of silken white sand on the fjord-like coast of south-eastern Mallorca, near the town of Santanyí. Away from the big resort beaches where people often find themselves tightly packed together on to…
Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation
The Catalan abstract artist Joan Miró lived on Majorca for most of his life, and his house and studio, in the rarely-frequented Palma suburb of Cala Major, have now been turned into a museum of his work. The Pilar and Joan Miró Ga…