The olive tree is typical from the Mediterranean Sea and its fruit, the olive, is one of the greatest treasures of its gastronomy. Caimari, in the term of Selva...Read more »
Selva is located next to Inca and bordering with Mancor de la Vall, Lloseta, Escorca, Campanet and Búger
This village belongs to Es Raiguer region and has several urban centres such as the village of Selva, Caimari, Moscari, Biniamar and Binibona. Even so, its total population does not reach 4,000 inhabitants.
Fruit trees such as almond or garrover are typical from this area, which also has important olive trees cultivations, from which olives and oil are extracted. The municipality of Selva, with a foothill on the Serra de Tramuntana, is one of the most important accesses to Lluc monastery and its economy has benefited from being part of a tourist route.
Selva hosts two well-known thematic fairs: the Herbs Fair, held on the main town at the beginning of the summer, and the Olive Fair in Caimari, which is celebrated in November. The Fira de la Creu, which is celebrated in spring, is also noteworthy. Selva and Caimari celebrate their own feasts in August on Sant Llorenç day and la Immaculada, respectively.
The weekly market of Selva takes place every Wednesday.