Easter holiday in Mallorca

Meditation, religion and devotion flood Easter

This is part of the tradition and culture of all the towns and villages of Mallorca and is celebrated in a variety of different ways. Starting with the traditional processions of Easter Sunday, which fervently celebrate the resurrection of Christ, although the most spectacular will take place in the preceding days, during Holy Week, and include Crist de la Sang in Palma and the Oratori del Calvari in Pollença. But besides processions, Easter is a time when the people of Mallorca love to eat. Family cooking traditions include typical sweets like “robiols” and “crespells” and succulent pies made with meat and peas that we call “panades”. Ah! And Easter Monday is when the chocolate eggs are eaten, a real treat for those with a sweet tooth. 

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Cathedral La Seu - Catedral de Mallorca (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

The jewel in the crown of Palma


Church Basílica Sant Francesc (Palma de Mallorca, mallorca)

Medieval Franciscan church with a Baroque facade and a Gothic cloister


Local product Panades i Cocarrois de Mallorca (Alaró, mallorca)

Two classics of the Balearic cuisine, which will conquer the most spoiled palate


Local product Crespells (Alaró, mallorca)

The family tradition of the Mallorcan Easter celebration


Local product Rubiols de Mallorca (Alaró, mallorca)

Crescent shaped gastronomy and tradition