Church of Sant Joan Baptista

Built in the 15th century. The small cemetery is the burial place of English poet Robert Graves.

Calle de Es Puig 07179 Deiá Mallorca Spain

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Attractions near to Church of Sant Joan Baptista

  • Valldemossa Charterhouse, Valldemossa

    Valldemossa Charterhouse

    Built as a royal palace, this charterhouse eventually served as a monastery. Today it houses a museum dedicated to Frédéric Chopin, among other things.

  • Monastery of Miramar, Deià

    Monastery of Miramar

    Founded in 1276, as a missionary school where monks were taught oriental languages. Now a museum.

  • Old Port

    Old Port

    Quiet and away from the major tourist areas. A famous tramway links the inland town with the port.

  • Sóller Botanic Garden, Sóller

    Sóller Botanic Garden

    Interested in Balearic Islands flora? Here you can see some rare and endangered plants.

  • Church of Sant Bartomeu, Sóller

    Church of Sant Bartomeu

    Built in 1236 as a thanksgiving act from King James I of Aragon. In a predominant Baroque style.

  • Museu de la Mar, Sóller

    Museu de la Mar

    Perched on the top of a cliff between the harbour and the sea. From its site are magnificent views.

  • Cap Gros Lighthouse, Sóller

    Cap Gros Lighthouse

    Go for a walk to the lighthouse and enjoy magnificent scenery and a sea view to boot.

  • Palace of King Sancho, Valldemossa

    Palace of King Sancho

    The old Carthusian monastery exhibits a defensive tower, a cloister and a historic staircase.

  • Son Marroig, Deià

    Son Marroig

    Former property of the Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Florence. Preserved house, garden and headland.

  • Ca'n Det Olive Press, Sóller

    Ca'n Det Olive Press

    A still working olive mill. The building dates back to the 16th century. Well worth a visit.

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