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On the east of Mallorca, the municipality of Manacor has the coastal towns of s'Illot, Porto Cristo, Cala Magrana, Cala Anguila, Cala Mendia, s'Estany d'en Mas, Cales de Mallorca and Cala Murada, without forgetting its small and unique town of Son Macià, appreciated for its people and stillness.

The capital, also named Manacor, is the cultural, commercial and industrial center of the eastern part of the island.

The heritage of Manacor has valuable monuments, spaces and objects that range from prehistoric times to the present, and that can be seen in the Museum of History of Manacor. The prehistoric complex of s'Hospitalet Vell, the late-Roman basilica of Son Peretó, the neo-Gothic church Nostra Senyora dels Dolors, the Cloister of the Sant Vicenç Ferrer Convent (declared a National Monument, 17th century), the Museum of History of Manacor in the Torre dels Enagistes (14th century), the Mossèn Antoni Maria Alcover Institution and the restored flour mill, Molí d'en Fraret, home of the ethnographic section of the History Museum.

The nautical and aquatic activities of the Manacor coast offer infinite possibilities such as boat excursions, canoeing and diving for all levels and with which to admire the caves and coves that hide ecosystems full of life and biodiversity. It also has numerous sports centers and excellent athletes, such as the tennis player Rafael Nadal and his Sports Museum.

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