Can Pastilla | Llucmajor | Puig de Randa  | Sineu | Sta. María  | Can Pastilla

Puig de Randa is a hill of 543 metres and at the top we can find the Santuario de Cura. To reach the summit there’s an ascent of five kilometres on a rather narrow road. From the top you can see over 36 villages of the island.

Sineu is the perfect place for those who want to get away from it all, to enjoy peace and quiet, and to discover its cultural and religious history.

One of the main attractions of Sineu is the parish church, as well as the oldest rural hospital in Mallorca, which dates back to 1240. In its main square (Plaza Des Fossar), you can enjoy its little cafes and a relaxing afternoon.


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