Explore interesting sights in Artà, Spain. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Artà, Spain.
1. Talaiot quadrat de ses Llenques
The Talaiotic settlement of Sa Canova is an archaeological site of a settlement attributed to the Bronze Age Talaiot culture on the Spanish Balearic Island of Mallorca. The remains of the settlement are located on the Sa Canova de Morell's estate in the municipality of Artà in the region (Comarca) Llevant, near the bay of Alcúdia on the north coast of the island. The exact age of the settlement is not known, the time of 1300 to 1000 BC. Chr.
2. Torre d'Albarca
Torre des Matzoc is an 18th-century tower on the northeast coast of the Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca. Throughout history, it has also been called Torre de sa Falconera and Torre de San Fernando. Today, the Torre des Matzoc is classified as a "Site of Cultural Interest". It is located in the municipality of Artà, about nine kilometers northeast of the city of Artà.
3. poblat talaiòtic de ses Païsses
Ses Païsses is a Bronze Age talayotic settlement on the southeastern outskirts of Artà in northeastern Majorca. It is one of the most important and best-preserved prehistoric sites in the Balearic Islands, although it is largely overgrown with woodland, mainly Quercus ilex, making it impossible to see the site as a whole.
4. Sant Salvador
S'Almudaina d'Artà was a fortification during the Islamic-Arab or Moorish era of the Balearic island of Mallorca. It was located in the northeast of the island, in the geographical center of the peninsula of Artà, on the hill Puig de Sant Salvador de s'Almudaina d'Artà.
5. Talaiot de sa Clova des Xot
The talayot of Sa Clova des Xot is a circular talayot, of remarkable monumentalism, located within the property of sa Canova de Morell (Artà). It was described by Emile Cartailhac in 1890 as «the largest talayot in the Balearic Islands».
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