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Historia de Mallorca Talayot de Mallorca Palacio-real-palma-mallorca Los restos más primitivos encontrados en Mallorca datan del 3500 a. C. en la época del Neolítico, período de transición entre la Edad del Bronce, donde los primeros objetos de cobre hacen aparición. Los primeros pobladores conocidos de las islas, (aunque de dudosa procedencia), fueron los honderos baleáricos.5​ En el término municipal de Calviá, en la localidad de Santa Ponsa se encuentra una pequeña elevación montañosa llamada Puig

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Spain is a country known for it’s delicious tapas! In each region of Spain, you will find tapas that are traditional to that area! In Mallorca, tapas are a part of the daily culture for locals, just as basking in the sun on the beaches are too! Tapas in Mallorca are made with ingredients directly from the island, which highlights the vegetables and meats that are traditional to Mallorca. Frit Mallorquí The Frit Mallorquí is a traditional dish from

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While on your visit to Mallorca, listen carefully, you might hear a local saying “berenar.” This verb translates to “having breakfast,” which is a part of the culture on the island and is a daily tradition. You might be wondering what makes berenar so special in Mallorca? After-all, many people have breakfast every single day without necessarily calling it a tradition. Let’s spend some time learning about the typical breakfast and the best Mallorcan pastries, to understand why it

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