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Visit the most emblematic places and get to know the culture typical of this area.

Cala Mesquida is a place that offers vast cultural diversity to its visitors. From the centre you can follow several routes and discover all the unforgettable corners of this wonderful place. You can visit its museums which are open all year round, its cultural centres spread throughout the city, castles and typical houses where the best products of the area are made.

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  • Capdepera Castle

    Built in the 14th century by order of King Jaume II to protect the local inhabitants from pirate attacks.

  • Ca’n Creu d’Inca

    A stately house in the centre of Capdepera where art exhibitions are organised.

  • Santuario de Sant Salvador in Artà

    A walled group of pre-Islamic buildings; the devotion for St Salvador began with the Catalans, and in the 16th century the wall was rebuilt as a shield against corsairs.

  • Ermita de Betlem in Artà

    A rural religious construction, located within the Llevant Natural Park, about 10 km away from Artà. It is still inhabited by hermits who live on agriculture, livestock and private donations.

  • Torre de Canyamel

    Built by order of King Jaume I and under the custody of the Montsó family in the 13th century to defend the island from the heretical pirates. Admission price: €3 for adults, children under 12 free. Opening times:

    - Tuesday – Saturday: 10am to 3pm and 5pm to 8pm.

    - Sunday: 10am to 3pm.

    - Monday: closed.

  • Artà Caves

    Located in the Cape of Vermell, and discovered in 1876 by French geologist Martell. Upon entering the stunning chamber you will find a small sample of the spectacular and slender stalactites and stalagmites that cover the walls, ceiling and ground of the cave. Price: €11, children under 6 free. Opening times:

    - May – October: 10am to 6pm.

    - November – April: 10am to 5pm.

  • Drach Caves

    Located in Porto Cristo, they extend over 2,400 metres underground and their maximum depth is 25 metres. Their interior lake, one of the largest in the world, hosts classical music concerts on a daily basis, and offers the opportunity of taking a boat trip. Admission price: €11.50. Opening times:

    - April – October: 10am to 5pm.

    -November – March: 10.45am to 3.30pm.

  • Ses Païses d’Artà

    One of the best preserved Talayotic villages. The Talayotic culture was one of the first to inhabit Majorca, when it was known as Clumba.

    - Monday to Friday: 10am to 5pm.

    - Saturday: 10am to 2pm.

    - Sunday: closed.