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The best starting point to get to know Mallorca

The church of Sant Llorenç

The church of Sant Llorenç, patron saint of Selva, of Gothic origin, rebuilt in the 17th century, stands out at the top of the village with the Tramontana mountain range and the clear blue sky as a backdrop. This small town is a privileged remnant of the authenticity of inland Mallorca. Strolling through its cobbled streets is a pleasant experience in itself. You will discover a surprising architectural heritage: the great manor houses from the 19th century, old mills and oil mills from the 17th century, the most popular architecture…

Selva Market

Markets are part of the Mediterranean culture. In Selva a weekly one is held every Wednesday morning (from 8 am to 1 pm) in the town’s Plaça Major. Stalls selling fruit, vegetables, pulses, flowers, plants, clothing, handicrafts, etc., bring Mallorcans together in a lively, lively gathering. The Ses Herbes Fair and the town festival of San Llorenç, in June and August respectively, are popular celebrations that mark the pulse of Selva’s vitality.

Caimari, Moscari, Biniamar, Binibona

A stroll through the small towns and villages near Selva, belonging to the same municipality, is delightful. Their ancient-sounding names bring back echoes of centuries of history, but also the calm of inland Mallorcan life today. In the surrounding area you can enjoy nature and the changing of the seasons: The blossoming of the almond tree fields, the silver-leaved olive trees laden with olives, the incredible thousand-year-old specimens with their twisted trunks, the leafy holm oak and pine forests, in an agricultural landscape marked by small farms delimited by traditional dry stone walls.

Sierra de Tramontana

This mountain range that supports and protects the village of Selva is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A mountain range that reflects both the legacy of Arab and Western culture in man’s relationship with the natural environment. Here you will find the best hiking route in Mallorca. Called the «Ruta de la Pedra en Sec» (Dry Stone Route), it is 90 km long and is divided into eight stages. The old «Possessions» of the mountain range – large rural properties with stately buildings around which agricultural and livestock activity was concentrated – are a fundamental part of its history.

Hidden coves of the island

After overcoming the Serra de Tramontana, heading west, you reach two of the most beautiful coves in Mallorca: Sa Calobra and Cala Tuent. Impressive cliffs embrace the crystal-clear waters of Sa Calobra beach. Cala Tuent, surrounded by splendid pine forests, lies beneath the highest mountain in Mallorca, the 1,445-metre-high Puig Major.


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