Calvià is a traditional village in Mallorca known for its rich history, charming architecture and relaxed atmosphere. It is located in the southwest of the island, halfway between Andratx and Palma, amidst a breathtaking landscape of rolling hills, olive groves and almond trees. The village of Calvià has a long history dating back to Roman times. Numerous historic buildings and monuments bear witness to its rich past, including the imposing parish church of Sant Joan Bautista (St. John the Baptist), which was built in the 13th century and is an impressive example of Mallorcan Gothic architecture. A stroll through the narrow, winding streets of Calvià is like a trip back in time. Here you will find traditional stone houses with balconies adorned with flowers, cozy squares and small cafés where you can enjoy the local cuisine. The surroundings of Calvià are characterized by untouched nature and invite you to hike in the nearby Tramuntana mountains. Calvià is also known for its lively cultural and event scene. Traditional festivals, music events and art exhibitions take place here all year round.