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Alaró

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Just by Serra de Tramuntana the town of Alaró emerges beside its impressive big stone castle.

 

 

Alaró belongs to the region of Es Raiguer and borders other towns in this area such as Binissalem, Consell, Santa Maria, Lloseta and Mancor de la Vall, as well as the villages of Bunyola and Escorca.

 

Alaró currently has more than 5,000 inhabitants, and its origins go back to a Muslim farmhouse settled around the castle called Oloron. Economically, Alaró has been well known for its shoe industry, which still resists nowadays. Almond and olive trees are the most important crops in this village.

 

The town celebrates an Artisan Far at the beginning of the autumn. The main folk festivity is celebrated during the summer honouring Sant Roc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

EVENTS HIGHLIGHTS Alaró

  • Artisan fair in Alaró

    Artisan fair in Alaró

    Every year, between the end of September and the beginning of October, Alaró celebrates its autumn fair, also known as the Artisan fair. Here you can find about a hundred stalls full of traditional and modern crafts and even samples of the development of these crafts.

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  • Christmas Market Alaró

    Christmas Market Alaró

    The Christmas Market Alaró is a craft & music market that is committed to craftsmanship, proximity trade, handmade products and conscious shopping...

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  • Sant Pere Festival in Alaró (Los Damunt)

    Sant Pere Festival in Alaró (Los Damunt)

    Alaró's patronal feasts around Sant Roc's Day are celebrated in August, but they are preceded by the Fiestas de San Pedro activities, also known as "Los Damunt feasts" since they are organized by this old Alaro's quarter neighborhood association.

     

     

     

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  • Festivities of Sant Roc in Alaró

    Festivities of Sant Roc in Alaró

    Every year, with the arrival of the month of August, Alaró celebrates its patron saint festivities in honor of San Roque. The weeks before the festival we can find a lot of sports and c...

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