Santa Maria del Camí

On hi ha pi,
hi ha bon vi.

Santa Maria del Camí has specialised in viticulture and wine since ancient times. In the 18th century it became very important for the production of brandy, even exporting to the rest of Europe and South America.
It is set between the plain and the mountains and is a good starting point for walks to Orient and Alaró.
The Plaça dels Hostals is a shopping centre where you’ll find shops, bars and restaurants.

Santa Maria del Camí
Places of Interest
Places of Interest

Town Hall 17th century
Three arcades supported by a column and a corner make up a portico known as “Sa Quartera”, where wheat used to be sold.

Parish church of Santa Maria del Camí
A 17th century Baroque building with an interesting blue-tiled bell tower.

The Coanegra road passes by the houses.
The oil mill can be visited on Saturdays by prior appointment (Tel: 971 62 01 31).

Avenc de Son Pou
A natural cave some 50 metres high. In the main room there is a natural opening that lights the inside of the cave.

Cases de Son Seguí
Taking a path from Son Seguí that climbs gently to the summit, you will come to the hermitage of Nostra Senyora de la Pau or Son Seguí (17th - 18th century). On the Day of the Angel (the Sunday after Easter)
the “bread with charity” pilgrimage is held there, bringing together the people of Santa Maria del Camí, Santa Eugènia, Consell and Pòrtol.
Convent dels Mínims and Cloister
17th – 18th century.
Plaça dels Hostals.

Sa Sínia
A restored 17th century stone well. Possessió de Son Torrella Estate


Llom amb col is an exquisite dish made with loin of pork, raisins, pine nuts, cabbage, sobrassada, black pudding and esclata-sang mushrooms, among other ingredients. A slice of pork is placed in the middle of each cabbage leaf, together with a small slice of sobrassada and another of blood sausage. It is wrapped
and made into a small parcel. Then it is covered in flour, lightly fried and cooked in an earthenware casserole with the rest of the ingredients.


At Christmas almond milk is made. This is a mediaeval tradition introduced by the Minim Friars who were vegetarians. It is made at Can Caragol, Can Vinagre, Can Cameta and Es Cabàs.
At the Artesania Tèxtil Bujosa workshop at number 53 Bernat de Santa Eugènia Street they make the unique and famous “fabric of flames”.
You will see pine branches above the portals of the town’s wine cellars, an indication that the new wine is on sale. This is an ancient custom that is kept alive in Santa Maria.


Camí de Coanegra
Taking the Coanegra path, you head into the mountains. You can start your journey at the majestic country houses of Son Torrella, where you can visit the oil press. Without deviating from the path you come to the estate houses of Son Palou, Son Berenguer, Son Güia, Son Oliver, Son Roig and Son Pou. Another cattle path takes you to the S’Avenc de Son Pou cave.

Markets, Fairs and Festivals
Markets, Fairs and Festivals

The weekly market is on Sundays. It is a large market where you can buy fruit and vegetables directly from the farmers and is particularly known for its organic market. The Fair is held on the last Sunday in April.
The following day is the Firó festival. Bonfires are lit on the eve of St Anthony’s Day (17 January).
The patron saint’s day is celebrated on 20 July with the festival of Santa Margalida. It includes cultural and musical activities and games for everyone. The games are a competition between different groups of young
people in a very festive atmosphere.
The New Wine Festival. On the last Saturdayin November the vintners present a bottle of new wine to the town council and the mayoress gives them a pine branch to hang over the doorway of the winery.

  • Sa Sini
    Plaça del Hostals, 20
    Tel. 971 620252
  • Es Moli des Torrent
    Carretera Santa Maria-Bunyola
    Tel. 971 140503
  • Can Calet
    Plaça dels Hostals, 26
    Tel. 971 620173
  • Hostals
    Plaça Hostals, 15
    Tel. 971 140965
  • Sa Font
    Plaça Hostals, 14
    Tel. 971 620302
  • Reads
Rural hotels
Rural hotels
  • Torrent Fals
    Carretera Santa María-Sencelles, km 4,5
    Tel. 971 144584
  • Es Moli de Son Maiol
    Camí de Marratxinet, s/n
    Tel. 971 620312
  • Reads Hotel
    Carretera vella Santa María-Alaró, s/n
    Tel. 971 140261
  • Son Terrades
    Crta. Santa María a Sencelles km 10
Map Santa Maria del Camí

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