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The scenery in Estellencs is undoubtedly its chief attraction. Magnificent walking country abounds and, for those who fancy a challenge, a climb up the mountain of Galatzo is a rewarding way to spend a day. The ascent begins with a walk through the olive groves surrounding Estellencs before cutting through the little village of Son Fortuny.
The climb is a tough one as you get onto the higher reaches of the mountain but the magnificent view from the summit is well worth it: It is possible to see the coast surrounding Calvia and Palma to the south, and Estellencs and Banyalbufar in the west. You also get a wonderful panorama of the Tramuntana range and can see the great plain of central Majorca stretching out below you.
For those of a less adventurous nature, a walk down to the beach of Playa Cala Estellencs is recommended. Don’t expect legions of cafes and bars as there are none: just a large expanse of beautiful white sand for you to enjoy. A completely unspoiled beach is a rare thing in Majorca these days so experience this one while you still can!
If you do happen to be in Estellencs on a warm summer evening during July or August, you may be lucky enough to hear the sound
of guitars coming from the local parish church. Every year since 1995, the local town council have promoted a series of guitar concerts
which commence at 9pm each evening. For more information on the forthcoming concert dates please see their web site at:
Last but not least, if you happen to be in the vicinityof the town in late August, then the feast of St John the Baptist is a lovely event to attend.
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