BANYALBUFAR

 
Banyalbufar
Banyalbufar
A coastal village set on several different levels, with the church of La Nativitat de Santa Maria which houses one of the most valuable Baroque organs in the world. La Baronia, a 16th-century country house with a splendid inner courtyard now converted into a hotel, is a landmark of civil architecture. The coast of the municipality is marked out by terraces overlooking the sea, planted with Malvasia vines and local ramellet tomatoes, which owe their fertility to an irrigation system dating back to the Islamic period that includes channels, canals and fountains. The coast opens out in the form of the beaches of Cala Banyalbufar and Port des Canonge.
 
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