The love for the land, our way of life.
The inhabitants of the Serra de Tramuntana are the architects of its current landscape, which has been sculpted over the centuries. They possessed an extensive cultural legacy, transmitted from generation to generation, consisting of agricultural, livestock and fishing processes and techniques and knowledge related to the harvesting and exploitation of natural resources. After the tourist boom these activities fell into decline, threatening a large expanse of secular knowledge with oblivion. However, a certain level of agricultural activity has nevertheless survived, centred above all on the production of foodstuffs such as oil, olives, wine and ramellet tomatoes, and crafts like the weaving of llengos fabrics, the working of olive wood, pottery, embroidery or wrought iron. These products are present in markets and agricultural fairs held throughout the year in the villages of the Serra.