Enjoy the masterpieces of painter, Josep Coll Bardolet, in the heart of ever charming Valldemossa
Josep Coll Bardolet (1912 – 2007), settled in Valldemossa in 1944 to find inspiration from the most beautiful attributes of Mallorca, for his paintings.
The Coll Bardolet foundation, was established and financed by the Balearic government, because his works have had a such great influence on the island’s image and cultural heritage.
The Coll Bardolet foundation, is situated in a 3 story building in the heart of Valldemossa, completely renovated in 2005. On the first floor, a great collection of Call Bardolet’s best works are exhibited. See the beautiful nature paintings, the Mallorcan folk dancers and the many symphonies of wild Mediterranean flowers unfold in playful ways.
On the 2nd floor, you can enjoy a big exhibition hall dedicated to various Balearic artists. The ground floor is used for conferences, lectures and special cultural events.
Get directions to the Coll Bardolet foundation in Valldemossa
Valldemossa is renown for its irresistible charm and warmth that keeps dragging you in even though you have been here 100 times before, a special kind of magic. The area carries a long and rich heritage evidenced in the old Trinitat hermitage, the Miramar convent, the royal palace and the old urban core and church, however, in modern age it was the visit by Frederik Chopin and George Sand that gave fame to this village found in the most adorning valley deep in the mountains. There are a number of interesting attractions to see in Valldemossa, as well as a series of annual traditions celebrated with dances, parades and festivities for everyone.