Come to DECOKÓ – quality furniture, made in Spain.
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Come to DECOKÓ – quality furniture, made in Spain.
11:30 - 24:00h
VERA L ‘ATELIER – naturally home-made:
– Has a variety of products prepared and ready for cooking
– Produces its own croquettes, handmade, one by one
– Makes cooking easy for its customers
– Develops and prepares meat products as Sausages, spits, marinades, stuffed poultry, confit and a variety of burgers.
VERA L’ATELIER is specialized in gourmet and delicatessen products, in national and imported meat, with certification of health and authenticity of origin such as: Angus Ireland, Angus Australia, Angus United States, Wagyu and the specialty of the house, which is “DAM” dry aged meat.
VERA – a company with more than 20 years of experience in the Balearic gastronomy.
Tue - Sat 8.30am - 2pm.
The Paseo Marítimo – the promenade – like the one from Magaluf – has made it a little more difficult to drive on the area, but also more attractive. The beaches of La Romana, Palmira and La Torá, which have convenient approaches every 100 metres from the Paseo Marítimo, are watchful from the first coffee to the sunset… and as if that was not enough, the Basilea mountain affords the tourist the opportunity to make numerous trips, especially during the low season when the heat does not spoil the fun. During the high season there are also a lot of shopping and leisure activities.
Paguera – Palma de Mallorca: 24 km
Paguera – Puerto Adriano: 9.3 km
Paguera – Puerto Portals: 11 km
Paguera – Puerto Andratx: 9.1 km
The customer is still the king in SGI Majorca. So the top-class service is guaranteed from the first contact until far beyond the signature of the sales contract, offering a full after-sales service. So it’s no surprising that their satisfied customers always come back.
The Real Estate SGI offers properties for every taste and budget: From luxury apartments to penthouses, pieces of land, villas, luxury spanish estates up to spectacular castles and mansions.
Just settle back and let the SGI-Majorca team fulfil your dream of a property under the sun of the Mediterranean Sea.
The performance is regarded as the cultural zenith of the Semana Santa, Holy week of Easter, and thanks to the sensitive writing and the actors capable performances a particular and peculiar relationship hangs in the air between the performers and the public observers. The drama in front of the impressive Cathedral takes place on Good Friday at about 12 pm.
Wed 3pm - 6 pm, Mo, Tu, Thu, Fri 9.30am - 1.30pm and 3pm - 6 pm, Sat 10am - 2 pm.
The dough is made in a similar way, but the shape and content are so different that make of them two products with an incomparable taste.
The “panada” is savoury and is usually filled with meat, fish and peas. The “rubiol”, with a thinner dough, is filled with a filling made of pumpkin and syrup or cottage cheese, and is consumed as dessert.
Would you like to taste these products? You can find them in every bakery of Mallorca
During Semana Santa, the Holy Week, enormous images of Christ on the Cross, Madonna’s and Saints are carried through the city accompanied by figures in long pointed hoods. Like this the various brotherhoods of Palma create a medieval atmosphere in the procession “Crist de la Sang” (The blood of Christ) – Goosebumps included! This procession, documented in 1554 is one of the most important of Semana Santa.
The oldest brotherhood of Palma also dates from this time. There are 30 brotherhoods in Palma alone, 50 in all of Mallorca and most of them were established in the twentieth century particularly in the forties or fifties and a few in the nineties. The brotherhoods each have their own habit and hood colours, different banners and unique statues of Saints or of Christ on the cross. The Ceremony of the Silent Penitents (previously an all male affair, nowadays also has women members of the brotherhoods, there being one brotherhood that is only women) begins in the evening at the Plaza de l’Hospital and travels through the centre of the city along and crossing the streets of Olmos, Sant Miguel, Colom, Plaza de Cort, Paseo Borne, Jaime III, Calle Bonaire until reaching the Church, Iglesia de La Sang.
Each brotherhood is accompanied by a musical group whose drums beat the rhythm of the march. The figure, “Crist de la Sang” is the most important Crucified Christ statue in Palma. Only after the penitents have received their blessings can the celebrations of Easter begin. The Villages of Mallorca also have their processions and masses.
The Evening Mass on Easter Sunday is especially worth seeing as it is the most important Mass in the whole year and there is the presence of a great number of Mallorcas priests. The ceremony is led by the Bishop of Mallorca, with the highlight being the renewal of the sacramental oils. The oils which come from Bunyola are blessed along with bread, water and wine. On this day The Cathedral of La Seu is not only wonderful from the outside but also inside where the resplendent atmosphere of devotion is unique.
10am - 6pm, Sat 10am - 2.30pm.