Majorca: Culture and Arts

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Majorca’s art scene is just as buzzing as the beaches. In Palma there is a great deal to see for contemporary art fans not just in galleries but among the streets and squares of the city centre. Spain’s famous artist Joan Miro made a number of public art pieces in Majorca especially around the area of the Parc de la Mar. For the fresher faces of the art world take a look in Majorca’s Es Baluard on Placa Porta Santa Catalina in Palma. Both the art work on show as well as the building itself is something to see with a large sculpture terrace providing visitors with some of the best views in Palma.

And for some of the modern masters’ works take a look at Palau March in the heart of Palma which offers frequently changing exhibitions. And if that isn’t enough there’s the Museu d’Art Espanyol ontemporani in Palma which has a great collection of Spain’s most influential artists. At the contemporary art gallery at Palau March in the heart of Palma, you'll find yourself overwhelmed by work by Picasso, Miro and Dali all in one room. Seats are provided for you to recover. It's a gem this gallery, with frequently changing exhibitions. A little difficult to find though, buried in the back streets of Palma. It’s advisable to check the website of the galleries and museums before you go in order to see what’s on.