Muslim tower linked to the conquest of Mallorca by King Jaume I in the 13th century.
It is one of the most well-known stately homes in Mallorca. It belonged to Archduke Louis Salvator of Austria.
Son Fornés is one of the most well-known settlements in Mallorca. The archaeological pieces are exhibited at museum.
A beautiful Talaiotic site with a well-preserved wall.
This medieval monastery is the religious centre of Mallorca per excellence.
It is the highest point in the centre of the island and is one of Mallorca’s sacred mountains. 
Monastery that was inhabited by Carthusian monks. Frédéric Chopin and George Sand spent a winter there.
The estate of Raixa is a Majorcan "possessió" around Italian-style courtyard.
Interactive space that brings us closer to the world of tennis player Rafael Nadal and elite sport.
The settlement of s’Illot is an important archaeological site from the Talayot and post-Talayot cultures (850-123 BC)
Opened in 1927. Archaeology and zoology sections, as well as an important ethnology.
Small museum exhibiting the holy vestments which are part of the history of the parish church.
A collection of archaeological pieces are exhibited in this 14th-century former hospital.
Permanent exhibition of pieces by the cloth artist Martí Vicenç.
The museum holds an exhibition of traditional Mallorcan ceramics: white and red-clay pottery and siurells (whistle figures).
It is the ethnological section of the Museu de Mallorca. It is located in a 17th century house known as Can Simó.