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    The Roman city of Pollentia

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    Son Peretó, paleochristian site

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    Necropolis of Son Real

Archeology in Mallorca

The island of Mallorca is a real paradise for archaeology and history lovers. Come and discover a fascinating archaeological heritage by visiting the monumental prehistoric settlement of Capocorb Vell, a must for understanding the island's Talayotic period, the necropolis of Son Real by the sea, which has a large number of tombs and funerary remains from the Talayotic and Punic periods, the sites of Son Fornés and Ses Païses, the sanctuary of Son Corró, and the Roman city of Pollentia. For the curious, the Museu de Mallorca, the monographic museum of Pollentia in Alcúdia, and the Archaeological Museum in Deià, are essential stops on your itinerary to learn about the life, uses and customs, trajectory and evolution of the island's primitive settlers. Take a guided tours of Mallorca's archaeological sites and learn about the island’s fascinating history.

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