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Visited on market day as weather not great it was run down and shabby really the market was set out... read more

Reviewed May 24, 2018
Melanie D
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Lovely town

Walked into the town from Rafa Nadal Tennis Academy and found it was a lovely typical Spanish... read more

Reviewed May 1, 2018
GMD13
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

One of the best churches in Majorca. A must see. make sure you go inside you don't regret it. Some really beautiful architecture and beautiful stained glass windows. A really interesting back section with a shrine to the dead, lots of original artwork all depicting...More

Thank Carly D
Reviewed May 24, 2018 via mobile

Visited on market day as weather not great it was run down and shabby really the market was set out good in the town and there was lots of things to buy the usual souvenirs also clothes shoes even chickens, peacocks and rabbits alive in...More

1  Thank Melanie D
Reviewed May 1, 2018 via mobile

Walked into the town from Rafa Nadal Tennis Academy and found it was a lovely typical Spanish village. Lots of cafes to sit and watch the world go by and listen to the locals and relax.

2  Thank GMD13
Reviewed September 21, 2017

I think that the most important thing to remember about Manacor is that it is a regular Spanish city not really a tourist attraction. At the time of my visit the cathedral was closed so unable to say more than it looks interesting! There is...More

2  Thank Tony B
Reviewed June 5, 2017 via mobile

Nice church and old town but nothing very special. Silent lazy town, you can visit if are around, to sit for a coffee or wine.

1  Thank Flamish
Reviewed October 5, 2016

Went to the Market in Manacor, Most of the stalls you will find wherever you are in Majorca but good to have a wander. If you are driving in to Manacor, its very easy to find and you can spot the stalls easily and parking...More

1  Thank Paul B
Reviewed September 15, 2016 via mobile

Took the train to Manacor whilst staying in Palma. The journey was pleasant enough with the excitement of changing trains halfway through as the line is not fully electrified. Manacor itself is sleepy enough - especially during siesta time. We had a very pleasant easy...More

Thank ArdaghMark
Reviewed August 9, 2016 via mobile

Given all the charming and beautiful towns and villages to visit on Mallorca, Manacor is not at the top of my list. For want of a better phrase, it is 'low class' and uninteresting. There may be some nice areas but we didn't find them....More

1  Thank Alice G
Reviewed August 8, 2016 via mobile

We went to the Manacor Market on Monday and were disappointed. The market stalls sell mostly junk as in most of the markets in Mediterranean counties. The presentation of the stalls was not nicely arranged but like rummage tables. There are also animals squeezed in...More

2  Thank Nadine_Sch
Reviewed July 23, 2016

We got a local bus (25 mins) to nearby town of Manacor, on the Monday morning of our holiday, to visit the market there. It's a nice town and a really good and large market. Mix of clothes, toys, food.

Thank Reece L
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