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Cueva de Es Cuieram

Cueva de Es Cuieram (Carretera Cala de San Vicente, San Juan, Ibiza) — The Punic shrine in the Es Cuieram cave was discovered in 1907 by members of the Ebusitana Archaeology Society. You can get to the cave by following the signs on the Cala de San Vicente road in the north of the island. […]

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Cuevas del Drach

Cuevas del Drach (Ctra. Cuevas s/n, Porto Cristo, Mallorca) — located on Mallorca’s east coast, the caves are without doubt one of the island’s most outstanding tourist attractions, extending for almost 1200 meters and including internal heights of 25 meters above the cave floor.   The Caves of Drach were known in the Middle Ages […]

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Castell Romá de Can Blai

Castell Romá de Can Blai (Es Calo, Formentera) – located on a hill in this part of Formentera are the remains of a one-time Roman fort, used to guard crops of wheat and figs that they once grew and exported from there. During the Roman era, the fort guarded the island’s east-west highway and the […]

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Bellver Castle

Bellver Castle (Calle Camilo Jose Cela 17, Palma, Mallorca) – located just outside of the city of Palma, stands a round hilltop castle built in 1309 by King James II of Mallorca. Its round shape is unique amongst Spanish castles. Used as a temporary residence by King Juan I of Aragon fleeing with his court […]

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Banys Arabs

  Banys Arabs (Arab Baths) (Carrer Can Serra 7, Palma, Mallorca) – this is one of Palma’s older structures: a 10th century public bathhouse from the Moorish occupation of Mallorca. This is all that remains of their presence in Palma (known as the city of Medina Mayurqa during the Moorish period). This is a square […]

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Ajuntament

Ajuntament (Plaça Cort 1, Palma, Mallorca) — Palma’s charming town hall dates back to the 17th century. According to the history of the hall, it was built in 1515 but burned down in 1842. Along with it, the records of centuries of Canarian history and the island’s public archives were also burnt. Today, it is […]