Sa Pobla opens the autumn of 2019 a new artisan market, which is celebrated every Wednesday evening, between 6 and 11 pm approximately.
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Sa Pobla is an important landmark for Mallorcan agriculture.
It is located in the northern part of the region of Es Raiguer and has more than 12,000 inhabitants. It borders the villages of Búger, Muro, Alcúdia, Pollença, Campanet, Llubí and Inca. It was formerly known as Uialfàs, the name of an Arab farmhouse that was located where the town is now before the Spanish Reconquest.
Sa Pobla is known for the cultivation of potato (which has its own fair), the earliest grown and most demanded from northern Europe. Artichokes, beans or strawberries are other crops that can be found in the neighboring fields.
Sa Pobla is one of the villages of Mallorca where San Antonio's festival is most celebrated. Demons, caparrots, ximbombades, bonfires and a great pyromusical are the highlighted elements of the night, now called Nit Bruixa.
Cultivation of rice is one of the most traditional business in Sa Pobla, and for a few years ago, this town dedicates its autumn fair to rice...Read more »
For more than twenty years, Xeremiers and Luthiers have met in November in Sa Pobla to celebrate a small fair...Read more »
Every year, sa Pobla celebrates the Eastern festivities with great passion. As highlighted by Biel Ferragut, mayor of Sa Pobla, the Semana Santa is one of the most popular festivities in the townRead more »