The prehistoric temple and site of Son Corró, is located just outside the village of Costitx, in the tranquil Mallorcan countryside
The discovery of the Son Corró temple, is considered the most important finds of prehistoric sites in the area!
The story tells of the farmer, Joan Vallespir de Can Pere Pina, the temple by coincidence. Inside this temple, which at that time was covered and hidden by trees in the forest, Vallespir found 3 bull heads made of pure bronze. These bull heads, is meant to origin from the late bronze age, because the bull at this time was considered holy and was worshiped.
The 3 bull heads, was immediately transferred to the archaeological museum in Madrid, hence no institution in Majorca could afford to provide the security required. You can see a replica of these bull heads, in the local history museum in Costitx, Casal de Cultura de Costitx.
Bartoumeu Ferra, was the first ever archaeologist to work on this site. His conclusion was, that the temple originally had 13 columns supporting a roof. However, in 1994 Dr. Rosselló Borðoy made it clear after a range of examinations, that it could only have been the 6 columns we see today.
The prehistoric temple, is easily found just outside the lovely little Majorcan village of Costitx. I have put in the GPS coordinates for you in the map.