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9/29 - Today, we cycled to Sa Coma. Sa Coma's beach is very long with white sands,

lapped by the Mediterranean sea which has very clear, warm shallow waters.

There is a pleasant promenade and sunbeds, umbrellas and pedalos are available for hire,

along with a few watersports and a volleyball area.

A favorite evening pastime for those staying in Sa Coma is to leisurely walk

along the promenade or take a stroll into the neighboring resorts of S'illot and Cala Millor.


BELOW  - We all gathered at the main square in Felanitx.

Felanitx is at the centre of Mallorca's second wine producing area, Pla & Llevent,

which produces a variety of white whites and fresh red wines.

The town is also known for its capers, or 'green pearls'. You can buy them at the Sunday

 morning market, which spills out onto the streets around the church of Sant Miquel,

with local pottery displayed on the church steps.

The church facade contains a memorial to 414 people who died when a wall collapsed in 1844.

Further up, beneath the rose window, you can see the arch angel Michael standing on the Devil's head.


BELOW  - In the evening, we enjoyed live music and dancing