- Traveler favoritesThings to do ranked using Tripadvisor data including reviews, ratings, photos, and popularity.
- Traveler rankingHighest rated attractions on Tripadvisor, based on traveler reviews.
Types of Attractions
49 places sorted by traveler favorites
Showing results 1-30 of 49
What travelers are saying
- We were not sure what sort of a gallery this would be, but we were willing to give it a try.
We took the bus from Palma to Andratx. (Get off at the first stop in Andratx, turn right up the hill past the Ajuntamento and at the roundabout take the second right following the pink CCA sign- then a pleasant walk for about half a mile through the Mallorcan countryside and you see the gallery set against the hillside on the right.)
The gallery is much bigger than it seems from the outside. It was conceived by two Danes and features (at least when we were there) Scandinavian and German artists.
The building features a central courtyard containing fountains and with pillared cloisters around it, opening out from which are the gallery spaces on the four sides of the courtyard. The galleries are white walled open spaces with polished concrete floors and excellent lighting.
The curators had made full use of the space to display the art works without crowding or clutter. The CCA also features studio spaces and four of the artists showing at the time of our visit had completed residencies at The CCA earlier in the year.
Two very helpful and enthusiastic young ladies manned the reception desk and gave us advice and information in excellent English (as you would expect of a Scandinavian establishment). We spent about an hour and a half looking round the artworks and then moved on to the cafe on far side of the gallery which opened out onto another enclosed court.
This is a really worthwhile enterprise and we can recommend it to any art lovers visiting Mallorca.
We finished the day with a trip down from Andratx to the Port and then back by bus to Palma.Written October 27, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The visit to Barbara Weils museum turned out to be a great experience. We were guided by her son Jimmy. He shared with us both his personal memories of his mother and her development as an artist. We were fashinated not only by her artistic skills but also the result of her cooperation with her friend, the architect Lieberkind - an extraordinary museum building on a beautiful spot on Mallorca.Written January 23, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We really enjoyed seeing both the modern studio (amazing space and light) and the older part of this complex where Miro lived and worked. It gives a real insight into the artist. Yes some of the area is currently closed for building works and no it is not a full painting exhibition (which is rather the point, it is his studio) but this is well worth the the experience to see where he painted.Written August 5, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Real culture and is an amazing opportunity to step back into nostalgic historical memories. The whole experience was a step into the real past and one will remember this visit for a very long time. Don't miss this one.Written August 21, 2015
- lovely interior with paintings and sculptures as well as plants and friendly owners. we were made to feel welcomeWritten September 23, 2019
- If you love Mallorca, then you'll love Bardolet's paintings and you'll love this gallery. In the centre of Valldemossa, the gallery is purpose built, and comprises three floors of exhibition space. The main gallery on the first floor has a wonderful collection of Bardolet's paintings, landscapes and village scenes, plus a second gallery for visiting exhibitions. Right now there's an exhibition of Carloandres' paintings from Morella in Valencia, of similar subject matter to Bardolet's, and on the top floor, a superb exhibiton of Tuareg jewellery. On the ground floor there's a small shop with some nice products including a good selection of prints. There's also a corner for coffee and free Wi-Fi. Everything is of high quality, well maintained, immaculately clean, and accessible. A great homage to Bardolet and his beloved Mallorca.Written April 2, 2018
- Very interesting artwork from a large variety of craft techniques. Provocative collections, innovative designs and quite good prices. The artist was there always opened to explain and helping on my pick. All in all a very friendly place.Written April 24, 2019
- Visited Valldemossa and found this outlet by chance. We we lucky to see a bottle being blown. The items in the showroom were varied,some really beautiful but expensive. Also some pottery items. all in all a pleasant experience.Written October 13, 2016
- A cool and welcoming small gallery with a selection of artwork, paintings and photographs which capture the very essence of Mallorca. As an artist myself, I was not primarily interested in purchasing work on display, but I could appreciate its high quality and that everything was priced at an affordable level. The pleasant and approachable proprietor was on hand to explain the location and background history of each work, which added to much to our memorable visit.Written August 15, 2022
- It is difficult to not mark a free experience highly but there was some genuinely intriguing and thought-provoking art here.Written June 14, 2019
- Took a while to find, take the small street with the graffiti to get there (see picture). Sadly it is closed during weekends, what a shame!Written July 4, 2018
- Nice gallery in a narrow side street near the waterfront. Interesting and dynamic work and well displayed.Written September 2, 2019