Discover the history of Mallorca and visit the sleepy but charming village of Sencelles in the heart of the island.
The very central location of Sencelles, provides favorable conditions for exploring ‘The Real Mallorca’.
Sencelles is popularly known as ‘the village of villages’, because it gathers the small hamlets of Biniali, Ruberts, Jornets, Judi and Cascanar, all of which are among the attractions of Sencelles.
Sencelles is indeed a sleepy village, where siesta still lives in the best well-being and where one is not busier than things can be reached later. Any adventurer or historian interested should carefully consider exploring the local areas surrounding Sencelles. The beautiful areas of Sencelles, has many beautiful and important attractions to offer.
In autumn and winter, the flowers spring on the almond trees and form the most beautiful white silk dense over the fields and leave the air in Sencelles with a special scent.
Sencelles would be an obvious choice of holiday base or a get-away on your vacation for a night or two, if you are looking for something tranquil and pastoral.
The central location of Sencelles, allows you to easily reach other charming villages nearby, both by car, by bike and by foot.
Golfers can find 4 golf courts within just a15 minutes drive from Sencelles.
Sencelles and the surrounding areas, offers a range of points of interest to explore. You will go on a time travel back to prehistoric times seeing fascinating temples and sanctuaries. You will exhibit religious and civil architecture, and stories from the local community. Also, you will know of important characters in the history of Sencelles, recognized and beatified by the pope himself.
Simply open your Accés app, go to “Towns & Villages” and choose Sencelles. We have conducted a cultural route taking you through the village itself, explaining everything for you. We have also listed all nearby sights for you, so you can easily choose what you want to see and when.
The weekly market in Sencelles, is held Tuesdays at Plaça Major.
The market isn’t that big, but offers a selection of meets, cheeses, local produce and crafts. It’s a great way of sampling some fresh commodities in a relaxed traditional atmosphere.