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Son Marroig

Son Marroig Review

This estate belonged to Austrian archduke Luis Salvador (1847–1915), who arrived here as a young man and fell in love with the place. He acquired huge tracts of land along the northwestern coast, building miradors at the most spectacular points but otherwise leaving the pristine beauty intact. Below the mirador, you can see Sa Foradada, a rock peninsula pierced by a huge archway, where the archduke moored his yacht. Now a museum, the estate house contains the archduke's collections of Mediterranean pottery and ceramics, Majorcan furniture, and paintings. From April through early October, the Deià International Festival holds classical concerts here.

    Contact Information

  • Address: MA10 Deià–Valldemossa Km.65, Deià, Majorca 07179 | Map It
  • Phone: 971/639158
  • Cost: €4
  • Hours: Mon.–Sat. 9:30–6 (to 7 Oct.–Mar.)
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  • Location: Deià
Updated: 07-11-2013

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