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S'Horta is a traditional Spanish village nestling within the overall area of Cala d’Or. The village boasts narrow streets, a selection of shops, bars and restaurants and a beautiful church, and retains much of its charm. Close by is Calonge with its variety of chic furniture and glass shops and small selection of superb restaurants.View villas in S'Horta
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As with most busy resorts in Mallorca there is a wide variety of pavement cafes and tapas bars. Try the local fish or tapas in the centre or find a local roadside restaurant (look for local cars and taxis parked outside to experience the food the locals eat) and try the Pimientos de Padron (fried green peppers - sometimes you'll find a hot one..) and a leg or shoulder of lamb for mains. If you like Rioja wines, try a local red from Binisalem and taste how far the Mallorcans have advanced in wine production!
Theres no nightlife to speak of in S'Horta itself but its just 10 minutes to Cala D'or where the nights are long and filled with fun.
There are several vineyards in Mallorca with the majority around the town of Binisalem, south of Inca.
Closest to the south east are Miguel Oliver in Petra, Vi d'auba in Felanitx and Pere Seda - Manacor.
Head south to the Mondrago Natural Park, an area of outstanding beauty protected against development and boasting two wonderful beaches - Cala Mondrago and S'Amarador - where you will find soft, white natural sand and turquoise waters.
S'Horta is a small village in the municipality of Felanitx and whilst there is a small, main square and a handful of shops, most locals go to the main town, Felanitx for shopping and entertainment.
Felanitx is a typical Mallorcan agricultural town with numerous shops, cafés and restaurants all surrounding the impressive church of San Miguel, scene of a great disaster in 1844 when the walls of the church fell and killed 414 people taking part in the Palm Sunday procession.
There is a weekly market held every Sunday morning.
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