Cultural route

Puigpunyent: Galilea

This hamlet grew up in the late 16th century on an estate called Son Cortei. Part of Sa Mola was adapted for agricultural use by creating a series of hillside terraces, fields for growing fruit and vegetables and houses. In the centre of Galilea stands the parish church, built in 1810. Close by, in Carrer des Clapers street, is an 18th century peasant house called Ca ses Monges and at number 8, you can find examples of painted roof tiles. At the top of the main street, Carrer Major, is Font des Obis, a public water tank. Crowning Sa Mola are the remains of twenty flour mills belonging to En Martí and Can Soler. Continuing up the road, you reach an ice store.

The Dry Stone Route GR 221 passes through the municipality of Puigpunyent with the section of Calvià - Estellencs. All the updated information at https://caminsdepedra.conselldemallorca.cat/-/variant-c-calvia 


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