This vintage festival, renowned for its climactic grape fight, is actually a week-long bash of wine tastings, concerts, readings, exhibitions and a wild night-time correfoc (fire run), with fire-breathing devils das…
Sineu's annual Sa Fira is a major agricultural spring fair held on the first Sunday of every May, and dating to 1318.
The little town of Llubí is worth visiting on the Saturday before the Tuesday of Carnaval. The Festa del Siurell involves townsfolk dressing up as siurells, traditional Mallorcan ceramic whistles. That night, a big …
This festival has a little bit of everything with processions, fireworks, folk music, dancing, costumed devils and blessings for work animals. Pre-festival activities run for a week, but the night of the 16th is the…
Jazz comes to Sa Pobla every August for the Mallorca Jazz Festival. Shows kick off in the Sala Es Cavallets, on Plaça Major Sa Pobla, at 10.30pm, and cost €5.
This is the town's biggest shindig, with processions, livestock competitions, sporting events and concerts.
The main event of this celebration in honour of Montuïri's patron saint is the dance of the cossiers (a group of dancers, six men and one woman, plus the devil), both on the eve and the 24th.
On Easter Sunday, a figure of Christ resurrected is met in a parade by a figure of the Virgin Mary, who does some excited hops to show her joy at the resurrection of her son.
In the depths of winter, the Fira de Sant Tomás features the annual matanza (pig slaughter). It's one for the sausage-fanciers, not for the faint-hearted.
Held over almost three weeks in July, though the key day is 20 July. It involves concerts, traditional dances and communal meals.