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Church Lluc Mallorca

This is the beautiful church of Lluc. Each year on September 9th (or the following Sunday), the biggest religious ceremony of Lluc is being celebrated here. 20,000+ people from all over Mallorca march to the church (by foot)!

Black Madonna Lluc Mallorca

The main attraction at the Sanctuary in Lluc is the original "Black Madonna" La Moreneta, created in the 13th century and still in a very good condition. You will find it in a smaller back room behind the main church.

Monestir de Lluc Mallorca

The last photo from Lluc - the interior of the Sanctuary with high ceilings and several paintings on the walls.


Placa d'Espanya Fornalutx Mallorca

On your way from Lluc to Port de Soller, you should leave the C-710 for a brief stop in Fornalutx. This is the main plaza (Placa d'Espanya) with restaurants, cafes and shops.


Most Beautiful Village in Spain

Fornalutx is home to some 500 people, and the village is beautifully situated within Lemon- and Orangefarms. And this beauty has already won prizes, the most important one being "Most Beautiful Village in Spain" (three times!).

Fornalutx

Another photo of Fornalutx. It is remarkably clean, and the small streets invite for further exploration of the village. You should plan for a minimum stay of 90 minutes to see it all without stress (they have paid parking, so this information might come handy). :-)


Fornalutx Mallorca

The surrounding hills of Fornalutx, some go as high as 1,000 meters up which is quite remarkable, because you are almost at sea level here.


Fornalutx Mallorca

One of the restaurants close to the Placa d'Espanya - when we were there (on a Thursday), it was not too busy, but we have been told that during high-season it can get quite crowded here!

Fornalutx Spain

The last photo of Fornalutx - a visitor relaxes in the shadow of one of the old houses. Now let's head on to Port de Soller...

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