Manacor Travel Guide

  • Close up of the monastery
    Close up of the monastery
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  • Torre dels Enagistes
    Torre dels Enagistes
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  • Convent Sant Vicenç Ferrer
    Convent Sant Vicenç Ferrer
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Manacor Things to Do

  • Mare de Déu dels Dolors, the main church

    Easy to find it, U´ll see it right from the road or railroad if U arrived on train. The church of la Mare de Déu dels Dolors, dates from the nineteenth century. Built on the site of earlier churches, the 75-metre-high belltower is Mallorca's highest and a symbol of the city. Enjoy walking nearby and take an orange juice in some of the nearby cafes.

  • Convent Sant Vicenç Ferrer

    The most important building in Manacor's modern history, is the convent of Sant Vicenç Ferrer (1576). It´s cloister was constructed in the seventeenth century and passed into the hands of the municipality in 1835.

  • Torre del Palau

    Located on Plaza del Rector Rubí, is the only vestige that remains of the palace James II ordered to be built at the beginning of the fourteenth century as the temporary residence for the kings of Mallorca.I was a little bit confused trying to find it. Is right behind the church. U´ll see a bar and in the right, an entrance to a interior yard...and...


Manacor Hotels

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  • Coma Gran Aparthotel

    Cards, s/n, Sa Coma, 07560, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Prinsotel Alba Apartments

    C/ Conillera s/n, Manacor, 07660, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • AmÃ?©rica

    Calle Formentor, Manacor, 07689, Spain

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

Manacor Shopping

  • NOT KNOWN: Arts /crafts large models of sailing...

    by ReginaldTrew Written Dec 3, 2010

    It is a very large, very interesting Arts/crafts shop next door to the Pearl museum/Factory.

    I want to find the name of the Arts/Craft Shop and its email address if possible as I wish to purchase one of their splendid models of the sailing Tea Clipper 'Cutty Sark'

    Can anyone please help? It would make an old sailor very happy and his partner even more so as she wants to get the model ship as a Christmas present for me

    Thank you in anticipation

    What to buy: There were some wonderful examples of arts/crafts too numerouse to list
    This shop is a complete and delightful contrast to its neighbour the PEARL MUSEUM

    What to pay: £100

    Related to:
    • Arts and Culture
    • Museum Visits
    • Sailing and Boating

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Manacor Local Customs

  • Curiosity

    The ximbomba, a friction percussion instrument widely used in the Mediterranean, was the origin of the fiesta of the same name, which takes place in Son Macià on Carnival Saturday. This instrument has traditionally been used to celebrate pork slaughtering in Mallorca. It also acquires a special significance in the fiestas of Sant Antoni Abad on...

  • Traditions and festivities

    Different ancestral traditions connected to music and dance can be seen in the municipality's popular fiestas. The winter fiesta cycle begins on January 16 and 17 with the Beneïdes de Sant Antoni Abat or blessings over the animals. Masked devils come out on the streets playing cowbells and dancing to the rhythm of traditional music. At night,...

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Manacor Off The Beaten Path

  • Torre dels Enagistes

    Around 2km outside Manacor, heading to Calas de Manacor U'll see a sign pointing righ "Museo de Manacor". Is pointing to the Manacor museum. But firt U´ll see an old small arab shape building called Torre dels Enagistes that houses part of the museum exhibitions and also sometimes is used as art gallery. I was originally used as a dwelling and...

  • Olive Art Exposition

    You will find this amazing place on the outskirts of Manacor, at Carretera Palma-Manacor. First thing you notice here is a group of giant dinosaurs on the square next to the store. It remains mystery to me what the dinosaurs have in common with olive wood; I guess that people who carved the beasts simply tried to catch visitors’ attention. And it...

  • Don't Forget Insurance

    If your current health insurance doesn't cover you while your abroad, you should consider getting international travel insurance just in case something should go wrong.

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