Maria de la Salut is a real surprise for visitors to Mallorca and one of the island's great orchards. Its land produces excellent products, such as melons, garlic, almonds and carobs. Its star product is the ramellet tomato, which even has its own local festival in August. So, to visit Maria de la Salut is to discover the most authentic and rural part of Mallorca and a place that offers breathtaking views.
The Plaça des Pou square is one of the meeting points in this small village in the Pla de Mallorca region. It is a pleasure to discover its nooks and crannies and its architecture, the town hall, the Casa Font i Roig house and the Molí des Pujolet windmill. In fact, although it looks like a mountain village, it is actually very close to the coast and the Bay of Alcúdia. Because of this contrast and the beauty of the surroundings, cycling and hiking enthusiasts are regulars in this area.