Our village, Campos, is the sixth largest municipality in Majorca. Here you can discover the many architectural features of Majorca, represented by the windmills, rural culture and the overall charm of the island.
What to visit?
St. Julia Church: This is a neoclassical church with great proportions. Inside, the great curve and the luminosity of the white and gold walls stand out. There is also the parish museum where you can see different objects and clothes of the bell-ringing clergymen.
Sacred Heart Museum: Located in the outbuildings of the Convention as well as the mother house of the Foundation of the illustrious daughter “Sister Maria Rafela” who founded the convent.
The Sant Blai Oratory (Sant Blas), in Gothic style and one of the first in Mallorca, is small in size. It is located on the outskirts of the town. Every 3rd of February, a pilgrimage is held to the chapel which is about three kilometres from the village, where the villagers traditionally go by bicycle or even on foot.
The Natural Park of Salobrar is the second largest wetland in Majorca. Here you can observe numerous ornithological species all year round, both migratory and native birds.
Salinas de Campos are the most important site for marine salt production in Majorca.
Es Trenc Beach, called “the Caribbean Majorca”. The beach stretches over a length of about 3 km, it offers crystal clear waters and fine white sand.
Sa Rapita, a former fishing village which is increasingly used by the inhabitants of Campos as a summer residence.
The beach of sa Rapita extends over a length of 1,400 meters and a width of approximately 50 m. The fine, white sand piles up behind the beach to form pine-covered dunes. The Summer Festival of sa Rapita is celebrated on July 16th.
Ses Covetes, a typical summer village with only one street located between sa Rapita and Es Trenc Beach. Antique boat fishermen’s houses can still be found on the shore.
Holidays: St Julia is celebrated on January 9 with commemorative feats. The holy mother of God is remembered on August 15th. The two agricultural fairs take place on May 2nd and on the third Thursday in October.