Ca'n Prunera – Museu Modernista
One of the most important museums to have opened in Mallorca in recent years, Ca'n Prunera occupies a landmark Modernista mansion, one...
Rent a Bike Vivas
Hire racing and mountain bikes at Rent a Bike Vivas.
This experienced operator organises a range of activities-based guided excursions, including canyoning (€45), sea kayaking (€50), hiking...
Café Sa Plaça
Café Sa Plaça is a great spot for coffee, ice cream or snacks on the main square.
Jeremy and Vi Vian run this charming little place that they believe to be the only Malaysian restaurant in Spain. The small but...
Lonely Planet review
This is a classic of Mallorcan cooking. It's locally famous for its oven-cooked lamb and other meats, but the calamari stuffed with meat is a great order. The hand juicer on the sill connecting the kitchen with the terrace is a nice touch – order up lots of local orange juice! The village and mountain views from the terrace are worth lingering over.