According to Illesbalears.es, the locals celebrate the day by paying respects to their ancestors.
Panellets, traditional sweets, are a focal point of the event and are eaten in the cemetery whilst locals adorn the graves of their relatives with flowers.
Made of sugar, potatoes, almonds and eggs, as well as other ingredients such as pine nuts and chocolate, the sweets are a tasty treat for any holidaymakers in the area during this time.
The dough in the sweets is made of marzipan and the tradition of using them goes back to the 18th century it is also thought to be inherited from the Arabs but most are made in the home by locals.
When the dough is rolled into balls it is then baked in a hot oven for about 20 minutes until the speciality is ready to eat.