About Mallorca Planetarium
Mallorca has its own planetarium, and it is situated right in the middle of the island, in the outskirts of the rural village of Costitx.
The planetarium in Costitx opened the doors in May 1991, in order to serve two purposes;
1. To conduct research.
2. To educate.
The planetarium is part of the network of observatories in Spain (Grup d’Estudis Astrofisics), and follows a range of standards for reporting and educating about observations.
You can visit Mallorca Planetarium almost everyday, all year round. When visiting the planetarium, you get a sightseeing tour in the universe, where you will learn about stars and our solar system. The planetarium also offers a range of special events.
When visiting the planetarium, you can also get a tour in the actual observatory for a more detailed explanation on how they conduct precise research and observations.
Costitx is one of the smallest villages in the es Pla region out here on the rural countryside, yet one of the most popular holiday destinations amongst tourists looking for beauty, tranquillity and rural ambience. Costitx is well-known for its many interesting places of interest to explore closer, therefore, it is not a rare sight to see tourists walking or driving in the local area with the cameras ready. Your accommodation in Costitx will be in one of the many beautiful fincas or villas in the rural surroundings, offering modern yet authentic facilities.
Find things to do and see and accommodation in Costitx here