Artà Travel guide
Artà : Michelin's recommendations
A rocky hill occupied by the church of Sant Salvador and the ruins of a castle is the setting for this village with its maze of narrow streets. The area is teeming with megalithic ruins, particularly talayots, which are visible above the low walls separating the surrounding fields.
Tourist attractions Artà : Things to see and do
E - 07570 Artà
Mainly sculpted by the seawater from the cape which encloses Canyamel bay, these magnificently situated caves, whose giant mouth overlooks the sea from a height of 35m, are accessed by a winding road. Inside, admire the 22m-high Queen of Columns , a..
E - Artà
The east coast of Majorca is less dramatic than the Costa Rocosa, but has its own wonders: its caves. The Caves of Artà, Caves of Hams and Caves of Drach have been hewn by erosion over millennia, and their craggy features are well highlighted by ar..
Pou Nou, 12 E - 07570 Artá
Enjoy a stay in the beautiful countryside of Majorca at this converted manor house, originally dating from the 18th century and full of historic charm blended with modern comforts. Wander along the hotel’s charming patio full of orange trees and get..
Centre, 7 E - 07570 Artá
Hotel Forn Nou features rustic rooms and a roof terrace with views of the village of Arta. It has an à la carte restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine. Each attractive, air-conditioned room at Hotel Forn Nou has a small seating area with a flat-sc..
Pou Nou, 26 E - 07570 Artá
Prix Prices from : 169 €
Offering beautiful suites with terraces and views of the mountains surrounding Àrta, Hotel Palacio Sant Salvador has striking décor and a Gaudí-style façade. It features a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, 2 restaurants and gardens. Each spacious, ind..