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Casa Museo de Son Marroig

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Son Marroig cataloged as Site of Cultural Interest, was one of the properties of the archduke Luis Salvador of Austria (1847-1915) in the Sierra de Tramuntana. The house museum was created in 1927 to preserve and disseminate the emblematic figure of this great traveler who loved Mallorca. It contains books, drawings and personal effects of the Archduke, a collection of Majorcan painters, among them Antonio Ribas Oliver and Antonio Ribas Prats, and showcases with old necklaces, Phoenician objects and Greek and Roman ceramics. In the gardens it’s worth stopping in the small Ionic temple made of marble from Carrara, where one of the most beautiful panoramic views of the north coast of Majorca can be seen. Son Marroig hosts the International Music Festival of Deià since 1978.

Carretera de Valldemossa a Deià s/n - Deià
(0034) 971 63 91 58

Entry: 4 €


In winter: Monday through Saturday from 9:30 to 18:00 h.

In summer: Monday through Saturday from 9:30 to 19:30 h.



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