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Santuari de Cura, Algaida
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Santuari de Cura is located in Algaida. To visit Santuari de Cura on your holiday in Algaida, and find out what else Algaida has to offer, use our Algaida trip builder.
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Ich war vor ca. 15 Jahren Gast für ca 2 Wochen im Kloster und da gab es nur drei Mönche (in Zivil). Der eine organisierte den Souvenir-Verkauf, einer verkaufte etwas zu essen und der dritte war der "C... read more »I was a guest for about 2 weeks in the monastery about 15 years ago and since there were only three monks (in civilian clothes). One organized the souvenir shop, one sold something to eat, and the third was the "boss" ;-) It was very quiet. Meanwhile, the rush is much larger. At that time, and even now I was in October here. Since I was alone today with my wife and our two children. Not only that the rooms are visually evaluated also the rust-brown water is now history. The biggest change that I can also tell is the restaurant. We ate very well. The service is fast and if you're lucky a table at the end of the terrace to snag can look up Palma (exactly I could almost 14 days at a time. We like to come back.show original
Wir waren hier, um uns die Kirche bzw. das Museum anzugucken. Die Aussicht ist wirklich schön, allerdings ist das "Museum" sehr schwach (wie leider häufiger auf Mallorca), es gibt nur eine allgemeine ... read more »We were here to watch us the Church or the Museum. The view is really nice, however, the "Museum" is very weak (as unfortunately frequent on Mallorca), there is only a general statement and you don't really know what you look at is. 5 points for the prospect of 1 point for the Museumshow original
Las vistas desde esta antigua montaña sagrada son increíbles y eso que aquél día había algo de calima. Toda la Tramontana, la bahía de Alcudia, isla Cabrera y la bahía de Palma se distinguen sin ningú... read more »The views from this ancient sacred mountain are incredible and that that day there was some haze. All the Tramontana, the Bay of Alcudia, Cabrera island and the Bay of Palma are distinguished without any effort. To eat a restaurant is highly recommend for price quality (we liked rice brut and we saw pass other dishes with very good looking). The monastery itself has little to visit, but the place is incredible.show original
Flott sykkeltur opp hit. 360 graders utsikt. Må oppleves
Simona SpartàI had dinner last year in August at the Shrine, special dishes, very tasty and yummy ... not to mention the fabulous panoramic view ... sunset. Great experience ... try ... definitely worth repeating!show original
Faltien Klaus-JürgenPuig de Randa and his 3 monasteries the 543 m high mountain massif Puig de Randa is located between Algaida and Llucmajor, a few km south of Algaida. It is known the most important Wallfahrtstättte of the island because of the monastery built on the Summit of the Santuario Nostra Senyora de Cura, after the monastery of Lluch. Recognize the monastery from a distance can be hardly – it is almost crushed by a massive accumulation of antennas and radar equipment.show original
Dviaje xmallorcaSanctuary in the Centre of the island. It has a restaurant and accommodation available. It has spectacular views over the Centre of the island of Mallorcashow original
Andree GoVery nice friendly staff in the cafe. Good view on the Playa de Palma. Ascent with the wheel of randa in about 45 minutes.show original
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