Top things to do in Manacor

Mediterranean in Manacor

Reserva Rotana

A slice of rural luxury, this tucked-away finca (estate) offers genteel ambience and polished service in its beamed dining room and flower-draped garden. Top-notch ingredients and careful cooking shine in dishes lik…
Winery in Manacor

Vins Toni Gelabert

The family-run winery of Toni Gelabert produces some superb wines from callet, cabernet sauvignon and other dark grapes, as well as macabeu, chardonnay and white varieties. Visitors are welcome to pop by to see the …
Mallorcan in Manacor

Ca'n March

Fish prepared with a minimum of fuss using salt from Es Trenc and Mallorcan olive oil is a strong point at this warm, traditional haunt, which has been knocking out the plates since 1925. Or you can opt for rice dis…
Church in Manacor

Església de Nostra Senyora Verge dels Dolors

The massive Església de Nostra Senyora Verge dels Dolors lords it impressively over the Manacor skyline. It was raised on the site of the town's former mosque and has a hybrid Gothic/neo-Gothic style, which reflects…
Jewellery in Manacor

Majorica Showroom

This company, the best-known Manacor pearl manufacturer, was founded by German Eduard Heusch in 1902 and now has its two-storey showroom on the edge of town on the road to Palma. Upstairs you can see a handful of pe…
Church in Manacor

Església de Sant Vicenç Ferrer

On the corner of Carrer de Muntaner, is the baroque Església de Sant Vicenç Ferrer, which first opened for worship in 1617, after 20 years' construction. It's attached to a fetching 18th-century cloister, now home t…
Historic Building in Manacor

Torre de Ses Puntes

Once part of the city's defences, this 14th-century tower has received some mostly-sensitive modern, plate-glass additions, and is now used for the odd exhibition. It's around 500m west of the tourist office.
Market in Manacor

Produce Market

So long has this fresh-food market been running on this site in central Manacor that the square is known colloquially as 'Plaza de ses Vegetables'.
Jewellery in Manacor


Orquidea is one of Manacor's major purveyors of Mallorcan pearls (in turn, one of the major reasons many come to Manacor to shop).
Market in Manacor

Craft Market

Stalls selling local handicrafts (and some cheap trinkets) set up in this square every Saturday morning.