Llucmajor Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain


Llucmajor has an interesting culture, with a history dotted with prehistoric settlements and the passage of different cultures of the mediterreanean. Phonicians, Carthaginians, Greeks, Romans and Arabshave left their mark on the municipality which has also been the scene of pirate incursions.

It is possible that the name of Llucmajor comers from the Latin Word “Lucus Maioris” or greater forest. It should be noted that at the battle of Llucmajor, On October 25, 1349, the last king of Mallorca, Jaume lll, lost his wife with his kingdom.

We recommend visiting “Capocorb Vell”, the most known prehistoric group in Mallorca from the Bronze age. But we can also find in the municipality vestiges of other times such as the “Talaias” defensive towers and surveillance, which dot the coast of the municipality in Cap Blanc, S’Estelella, Cala pi or Cap Enerrocat.

  • Can Garra Seca


    Can Garraseca is an ethnological set very well preserved. Former livestock and forestry farm that has many ethnological elements: wind flour mill, reservoirs, ponds, lime kiln, barracks, tanks, as...Read more

  • Capocorb Vell


    Capocorb Vell is a talayotic site on Mallorca, located about 12 km from Llucmajor, towards Cap Blanc and Cala Pi. It is one of the most highly excavated talayotic...Read more

  • Cloister Sant Bonaventura


    On June 3, 1608, The Franciscans settled on this site after living in Monestir Street in 1599. The definitive convent was built during the 17th century and was configured...Read more

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    King Jaume III Statue


    Sculptural set made of bronze; represents the infant Jaume (who would be the future Jaume IV), son of King Jaume III, holding the lifeless body of his father and...Read more

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    Monument to the Shoemakers


    In the center of the square (Plaça des Sabater) we can see the monument dedicated to the shoemakers, a profession of the majority of the city’s inhabitants until the...Read more

  • Our Lady of Grace


    The sanctuary of our lady of grace was erected at the end of the 19th centuary. XV, after building the first gothic style. The current temple was complicated in...Read more

  • Our lady of Lactation


    The primitive church of s’Arenal stands on a high place, called ”es fossar”. Located on a plot that was donated by it’s owner Antonio Salvá de l’Allapassa i Ripoll....Read more

  • Painted Texas


    The presence of painted tiles in the eaves is typical in Mallorca rural houses. Your background are medieval and the oldest part of Mallorca dates from the s....Read more

  • S’Espigolera


    The statue of ”S’Espigolera”, made in bronze in 1965 by the sculptor Horacio de Eguía, is a tribute to Maria Antonia Salvá, poet of the city of Llucmajor.

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  • Saint Miquel


    The first church was built in the 14th century and was demolished by the current construction. It was a unique plant with side chapels and this church we only...Read more

  • Son Mut Nou


    In the heart of the marina de Llucmajor (Mallorca) is the Son Mut Nou farm, the largest fig treesexperimentation field in the world.

    Montserrat Pons and Boscana, a pharmascist from...Read more

  • S’Abeurador Rodona


    At the top of the square we find S’Abeurador Rodona, which, as it’s name suggest, is round in shape. The fountain is made of limestone, has three meter in...Read more

  • Town Hall (1882)


    The building is located at the very heart of the village: the square Plaça d’Espanya. This eclectic-historicist building was created by Miquel Dalmau, in 1882. The lower...Read more

  • Wineries Bordoy


    History tells us of the existence of Sa Torre around 1.369, by which time it was already known within the island for its unique gothic style chapel, elevated in...Read more

  • Wineries Vi Rei

    Llucmajor Coast

    BODEGAS VI REI – Llucmajor – Mallorca

    The winery was founded in 2014, designed by the famous mallorquin architect Rafael Munar, whose style hails the integration of buildings within their...Read more