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Torre de Canyamel, Capdepera

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  • A must - they have changed their menu since 45 years ! Service quick and very friendly! Roasted pigs and roasted lamb chops are my 'must have'... it is nice to walk around after lunch and see the Torr...  more »
  • Poor views from above and not worth a detour. Certainly not worth paying admission. Only went as we were at restaurant nearby  more »
  • The Tower was OK .. I would recommend to check the times that the Tower is open. Also The place is very small so as you approach the place slow down and you will see the tower.  more »
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  • Always excellent, great service and the best suckling pig on the Island.
  • Well preserved defensive tower, which at one point served as a haven for locals hiding from North African Barbary pirates who enslaved over a million Europeans over a period spanning hundreds of years. Great views to the coast at Canyamel and to Arta. Houses a few artefacts of interest. Kids free, adults 3 euros. Not a great deal to see but helps to build a picture of the history of Majorca during the Middle Ages.
  • Great place to eat; excellent service; the owner Rafael remembered my spouse and my after a year and a half without return; very good quality, quantity, and price. Porcella (as call the piglet on the island) think it is the place where better prepares the island. Its quality has an additive in its favour since catches do not pass and go expressly to this place. Outstanding.
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  • Really good suckling pig in a very nice environment. The service is nice and friendly. Always worth a trip.
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  • Totally recommended. Suckling pig dish
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