Moscari, Mallorca, Things to do and see, hotels, market

Located in the heart of Mallorca, about a fifty minute drive from the airport, at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains, you will find the sleepy village of Moscari. Moscari is a beautiful natural area, home to a variety of native species of insects, trees and flowers and a great base if you really want to get away from the hectic pace of modern life.

Moscari itself is a small village with about 260 inhabitants. The village exudes a dreamy look and cozy atmosphere. Everything breathes idyll here – and with the green peaks of the Tramuntana mountains appearing in the background over the plains of olives and almond groves, you have the perfect scenario for a holiday without worrying about your everyday duties.




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Why visit Moscari

Things to do in Moscari


If there is one thing Mallorca is famous for, it is the incomparable natural areas. If you are here between January and March, you are in luck as you will witness the natural phenomenon of the blossom of the almond trees which surrounds Moscari. The entire landscape is covered in silky white and pink colors leaving the air with a fresh and feminine scent, it is absolutely magical.


Begin your stay in Moscari with a tour through the village to learn and understand what kind of place this is. A nice walk or bicycle trip from one end of the area to the other will allow you to see the local places of interest, such as the monument of Jesus Christ, the former Franciscan convent, the church of Santa Anna and the old public well of Son Ferrer. Undoubtedly, Moscari has for ages been a modest little village carried by a congregation to which it has been important to have places of veneration and worship.


Moscari borders the municipality and village of Campanet, where some of the island’s famous stalactite caves are located. Cuevas de Campanet is one of the great attractions you can visit in the Raiguer region, an much less crowded than some of the other caves like the Cuevas del Drach and Cuevas de Ártà. Join a guided tour through the caves and learn about this masterpiece created by mother earth throughout thousands of years, a great thing to do in the area.

Visit the Campanet Caves


The small neighboring village of Caimari is home to an open-air museum known as the Ethnological Park. It is an exhibition of huts, tools, traps and other things used by people that lived in the Tramuntana centuries ago.

Visit the Ethnological Park


Staying in the same theme, a visit to the Ethnological Museum of Mallorca, in nearby Muro town, is a great thing to do to learn more about the island’s history. The museum is found in an impressive old town manor and has three floors of exhibitions spaces and a courtyard. Browse the pharmacy, the blacksmith, the domestic rooms, see the collections of ancient jewelry and toys etc. The visit to the museum is free.

Visit the Ethnological Museum of Mallorca


About a 10 minute drive from Moscari, you will find the third largest city on the island, Inca. Inca is a wonderful city that offers both places of interest, a vibrant shopping life and some of the best cellers of Mallorca. If you choose to visit on Thursday, you can enjoy the biggest market in Mallorca with hundreds of market stalls and hundreds of thousands of people browsing. Inca is indeed a place to visit during your stay.

Inca town guide


In the nearby village of Sa Pobla, you will find the Ca’n Planes mansion and its contemporary art museum, a renowned exhibition all over the island. Here you will find artworks of many known and less known artists from the Balearic archipelago worth admiring. While you are in Sa Pobla, you are advised to enjoy a refreshment here, there are a lot of really great bars and eateries.

Visit Ca’n Planes contemporary art museum


Close to Moscari, you will find the area of Campanet where the nature park of ses Font Ufanes is located. Ses Fonts Ufanes offers a diversified wildlife and a unique self-supplying hydro-geological system that is being studied by scientists and universities from all over the world. The park offers a number of trails taking you about in the Balearic unspoiled wildlife.

Read about the Ses Fonts Ufanes park


Mallorca is a cycling paradise, the sport is increasing in popularity from your to year due to the perfect conditions of the island. Moscari is perfectly located between the Tramuntana and the rural countryside, allowing for some amazing trips that both challenges and impresses while you enjoy the company of friends and family.


Being this close to the mountains you have optimal conditions for getting on a marked trail and discover the Balearic wildlife close hand. In the nearby village of Caimari, the old pilgrimage path to the famous Lluc monastery begins, a legendary and very beautiful trail that will take you to the most breathtaking viewpoints in the mountains.

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Moscari offers a selection of villas and fincas (country houses), along with a few small hotels.

Here are the best accommodation options in Moscari:

Mancor de la Vall is located at the foothills of the Tramuntana, approx. 43 km (~27 miles) from Palma airport. The transfer time by car or taxi is about 30 minutes.

A taxi from the airport will cost about 55-60 euros.

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Moscari does not have a weekly market, the village is too small. However, there are many nearby options available for experiencing a Mallorcan market. The nearby villages of Caimari, Selva and Campanet. If you want to experience the biggest market in Mallorca, go to Inca town, approx. 7 km from Moscari, on Thursdays.

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Market and Events in Moscari

Weekly Market in Caimari

Every Monday morning the local farmers market is held in the main square of Caimari. At the market, you can browse the many delicious local products including meats, cheeses, vegetables, fruits, nuts, oils, herbs, salts etc.

Caimari is famous for its production of olives and products made from olives, therefore, you will also find a wide variety of products in this category that are interesting.

If you are not looking to purchase anything, you can still sample some of the delicious edibles and enjoy the wonderful atmosphere of locals and tourists meeting in this forum.

Annual events and happenings



Festes de Mare de Déu d’Agost

Around August 15, Our Lady of August is celebrated in Caimari. There is usually a town party for a few days around this celebration, where a series of fun and cultural activities are on the program.



Fira de l’Oliva de Caimari

The biggest event of the year is undoubtedly the olive fair in November, and one of the best times to visit the small village.

The village is filled with stalls with products made from and with olives, and of course also olives that can be tasted in all shades.

There will be lots of taste experiences during the fair. You can taste various dishes where olives are included as a main ingredient, taste olives with e.g. Mallorcan salt, lemon or garlic, or taste delicious bread with olives.

Another highlight of the Caimari Olive Festival is the opening and use of the city’s ancient olive press, giving you the opportunity to experience how the oil was made hundreds of years ago.

The festive program also includes competitions, concerts, folk dances, workshops and exhibitions.

There are always plans for the big thing when the olive festival in Caimari is held, do not miss it.


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Practical Info

Useful Numbers

Emergency: 112
National police: 091
Local police: 092
Guarda civil: 062
Fire: 080
Maritime emergencies: 900 202 202
Town Hall: +34 971 51 50 06

Public Transport

Bus lines: 332

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