One of the most important and best-conserved talayotic villages on Majorca
The talayotic village of Ses Païsses dates back to around the year 1000 BCE, and is one of the most extensive and best conserved settlements on Majorca. Visible are its village walls and internal constructions, most of which have not yet been excavated
One of Majorca's best-conserved talayotic villages
One of the most extensive talayotic villages on the island, with an area of more than 6000 square meters. First excavated in 1918, it consists of several talayots and groupings of rooms
Outstanding Roman archaeological site, one of the most important on Majorca
The Roman city of Pollentia (123 BCE) was granted Historic Site status in Spain (1946). Excavations have revealed a residential zone known as La Portella, the Forum and the Theatre. The Pollentia Monographic Museum houses the finds.
A prehistoric village on a strategic site
The most important prehistoric village of Calvìa, with close relation to the Punic world, which makes it key to understanding the late phases of prehistory in the region.
One of the most complete talayotic settlements in Majorca
Archaeological site from talayotic times that still has two imposing talayots, a number of rooms and remains of the walls. This settlement was inhabited from the 10th century b.C. until medieval times.