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Artà, a 'Slow' destination

One of the few Spanish municipalities to have the Cittaslow seal of international quality.

What to do

Welcome to our beautiful village of Artà. 

Heritage, gastronomy, nature and a lot of art combine to the beauty of a Mallorcan town where the quality of life is paramount. 



Culture and heritage
Ses Païsses, Artà. Poblado talayótico.

Sas Païses

The Talayotic Village Ses Païsses is one of the best preserved prehistoric settlements in Mallorca. It was founded around 850 B. C.

Santuario de San Salvador

One of the most important and emblematic architectural complexes. Next to the walled enclosure and the outbuildings of Es Donat a building of the sixteenth century, we find the Sanctuary which is a Renaissance Church of the Latin Cross

Parque natural de Llevant

The natural park covers an area of 1,671 hectares and consists of different Mediterranean habitats such as oaks, olive groves and pine groves, as well as beaches and streams.

Ermita de Betlem

It was founded in 1805 and the few buildings of the old monastery stand on the foundations of an ancient watchtower. At the end of an avenue lined with tall cypress trees stands the neoclassical chapel. It is open to visitors from the region during the day.

Cuevas de Artà

Caves of Artà

The Artà Caves with their stalactites were once a refuge for pirates and served as a sanctuary for the fighters of the Moorish army in the 13th century. From here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the bay of Canyamel. A bizarre world with mighty stalagmites and stalactites awaits you on a tour of the caves. Guided tours are available in several languages.

Artà

Gastronomy

Enjoy the evenings in Artà with a village atmosphere, a glass of wine and some tapas for dinner. Around the streets of Artà you will find several restaurants and bars.

Artà, Mallorca. Slow City II

Streets of Artà

A stroll through the streets of Artà, see the typical Mallorcan façades, enjoy the village atmosphere and discover the charming shops and boutiques around the main square.

Colonia de San Pere

It is an old fishing village that belongs to the municipality of Artà with a small promenade, a small beach and its marina. Perfect for a stroll, eat a paella at the Club Nautico and enjoy the views over the bay.

Beaches and coves

Cala Torta

Beautiful virgin beach with white sands and bordered by small cliffs in a natural and wild environment. It is located in the middle of Cala Mitjana and Cala Mesquida, both connected by paths perfect for an excursion with sea views.

Cala Estreta

A beautiful rocky beach located about 11 km from the village.

Cala Mitjana

Virgin cove that is formed by a small beach of fine sand about 90 m long and up to 100 m wide. Two low rocky areas form its ends, while its back part is a small dune system (protected) populated by thistles and junipers.

Na Clara

Virgin beach (rocky) located in the northeast of Mallorca very close to Betlem with crystal clear waters and views of the bay of Alcúdia. Around the cove you will also find a nice excursion (easy level) with incredible panoramic views until you reach the beach es Caló.

Golf courses
Pula Golf Mallorca

Pula Golf

Located in the northeast of the island of Mallorca, in the municipality of Son Servera. Pula Golf, home of 7 European Tours, 6.297 metres of white tees, and with a course where you can see the green and tee on 14 of the 18 holes. It also has a large Driving Range, two putting greens and a short game area where you can practise your shots to 70 metres.

Son Servera Golf

Son Servera Golf

The second oldest golf club in the Balearic Islands, this 18-hole course is located at the foot of the mountains and surrounded by pine trees with a panoramic view of the bay. Located 13km from Artà.

Campo de Golf, Capdepera

Capdepera Golf

Located between the Capdepera Castle and Artà, was designed by Dan Maples, renowned American architect, and has an 18-hole course, in which we find both simple holes - located mostly in the valley area - and others that pose a challenge for our golfers and that are played between the mountains of the Levante Mallorquin, which makes the experience even more special.

Canyamel Golf

With 6,185 meters, is distinguished for being one of the most picturesque of the island. The 18-hole, par 73 course was created in 1988 by the specialist architect José Gancedo, respecting and preserving the natural environment and its orography to the maximum.

Weekly markets and events
Mercado semanal de Artà
Every Tuesday

Artà Market

Every Tuesday, the main street and the town square are filled with stalls with typical Mallorcan food, handicrafts made with palm trees -such as capacos, hats, bags... - and producers who move there to sell the best of their orchards and preparations.

Mercado semanal de Artà
September

Agricultural and cattle Fair

An agricultural and livestock fair held every year at the beginning of September. The main square of Artà is filled with stalls selling products and objects from the island and animals.

1. - 7. August

Fiestas patronales de San Salvador

At the beginning of August the festivities of the patron saint of Artà "San Salvador" are celebrated with numerous activities and festivities for all ages.

Sant Antoni Arta
16. - 17. January

Sant Antoni

Its origin goes back to the agricultural roots of the island's society; when people used to entrust themselves to Saint Anthony, patron saint of all those animals that were indispensable in the work in the fields. Filled with characteristic elements such as the demons, the foguerons or the Beneïdes, its music and its typical gastronomy make this celebration one of the most beloved ones.

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