During this curious festival, everyone dresses in traditional costume and heads to the Santuari de Sant Salvador for dancing, music and a downright odd display of backward-facing equestrians swinging long sticks.
Cala Ratjada's main festival celebrates the Verge del Carme, the holy patroness of fishers. It includes an elaborate maritime procession, fireworks and a host of cultural events.
Adapted from a pre-existing pagan festival, this archaic Balearic celebration of a 3rd-century Egyptian saint is ushered in by bonfires and masked dances.
Commemorating the foundation of the town by Jaume II in 1300, this fair sees Capdepera given over to medieval costumes, events and food stalls.
Porto Cristo goes all out with a bonfire and 'dance of the devils' for the eve of Sant Antoni, the traditional blessing of animals.
The feast day of the patroness of fisherfolk is celebrated with great cheer along the coast. In Porto Cristo, a statue of the lady is carried in procession to a specially decorated boat.
A week of exhibits, concerts, parades and fireworks.