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039° 41.234' N , 002° 50.665' E
A small traditional town considered the capital of the wine district. The town itself has many historical points of interest including the pretty little church ‘Iglesia de Santa Maria Robines’ which is a good example of 18th century baroque – with well-known statues situated outside which represent wine production. In the lively central square of ‘Plaza de la Iglesa’, you can also enjoy the weekly Friday morning market and music and dancing during summer nights. There are several interesting events held in Binissalem and of course, a large selection of fine wine cellars to visit.
The annual wine festival ‘Festa des Vermar’ takes place in autumn after the grape harvest and involves a good deal of fun, friendly grape-throwing, entertainment and other events.
On Saturday from 17:30, you can taste local wines at Parc de Sa Rectoria and Plaça de l'Esglesia.
There is also an annual demonstration of stone cutting which usually takes place in May. Here you can watch local sculptors showing off their skill by transforming raw stone in to beautiful works of art.