Talaiot culture settled in Majorca and Menorca from 2000 A. Explore the ramparts, the city gate and the central Talaiot structure – over 4.5 m in height.
Experience these beautiful patios for yourself on a walk through the historic centre, or on the Corpus Christi route. The islands’ invaders left hugely impressive historical remains such as Ses Paisses.Nowadays, the palace features galleries of contemporary art, gardens and cloisters to transport you through time.Pollentia was built as the Roman capital of the Balearic Islands in the year 123 A. Due to its location between two ports, it soon became the trade hub of the island.As pirates began to lay siege to the town, King James II of Majorca was forced to order the construction of a city wall with more than 20 towers to protect his population.Officially declared Historic-Artistic Remains, it is one of the most beautiful in Alcúdia.