Santa Margalida is a small agricultural town in the flat countryside close to Alcudia and Ca'n Picafort and within easy reach of the larger towns of Inca and Manacor. Some charming local restaurants and shops dot the centre of town whilst the 5km beach at Ca'n Picafort is just a 15 minute drive away. The protected wetlands of Albufera sits between Ca'n Picafort and Alcudia, providing visitors with an alternative to the traditional tourist traps - hire a bike and explore the 8km of untouched wilderness.View villas in Santa Margalida
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Head to the beach for a fantastic mid afternoon Paella or "fideua" (Paella made with noodles instead of rice)
Locals only eat Paellas in the afternoon - never at night - its too heavy to aid restful sleep!
Natural areas of beauty, The old town, Churches / Cathedrals
Festes de Santa M...local event
This festival, celebrating the town's patron saint - St Margaret - lasts for nearly 3 weeks in July with 20th July being the key day for concerts, dancing and food. The locals celebrate in the traditional Mallorcan way, with giants, fire runs, sports, live music and guided tours.
Festes de la Beatalocal event
The Festes de la Beata is celebrated to honour Santa Catalina Tomas. Several Mallorcan towns celebrate this fiesta in her honour.