By mid-August Capdepera celebrates the festivities of Sant Bartomeu, which usually begin with parades, fireworks and pregón de fiestas (opening speech)...Read more »
Capdepera is a village that remains unexplored, despite offering nature, culture, gastronomy and history
Capdepera is a village located in the most oriental part of the island. With an extension of 54.90 km ² and approximately 30 km of coast, there are a large number of beaches and coves with transparent waters, as well as many green areas.
The village is surrounded by four coastal areas: Cala Rajada, Cala Mesquida, Font de sa Cala, and Canyamel, which offers a wide variety of touristic attractions. The historical and cultural center of the term is Capdepera.
The variety of possibilities makes the village one of the main tourist centers of Mallorca. In addition to the numerous architectural routes, in Capdepera you can enjoy gastronomy, history and nature. The Talayotic area and the church of Sant Joan are some of the main attraction of the town.
EVENTS HIGHLIGHTS Capdepera
Summer festivities begin in the town of Cala Ratjada with a group of events for all type of people. They are celebrated in honor of their patron saint Sant Roc...Read more »