The village of Artá, located in the northwest of the island of Mallorca, is a traditional Mallorcan village that has hardly been modified by the effects of tourism. This village belongs to what is known as the Levante area, which is little explored by tourists, as other places on the island are more promoted. The harmonious town of Artá welcomes visitors with its small streets, bars and restaurants, which invite you to take a stroll. A total of 7,800 people live in this small town, which impresses with its pilgrimage church, its beautiful buildings and its Majorcan style. During a stay in Artá, a visit to the "Cuevas de Artá" should definitely be mandatory for the excursion programme; the gigantic stalactite caves fascinate visitors with their stalagmites and stalactites, which are spectacularly illuminated. Situated on the top of a hill overlooking one of the most emblematic places in the municipality, the San Salvador Sanctuary, which is a Renaissance church with a Latin cross, without an apse and covered with a barrel vault. Artá has 26 magnificent beaches spread along its coastline and some of them are considered to be among the most beautiful on the island. The famous Cala Torta is one of the most beautiful unspoilt beaches in Mallorca. Furthermore, it is worth mentioning the extraordinary wealth of heritage elements in the municipality, which are a reflection of its history and culture, for example, the talayotic settlement located on the outskirts of the town called "Ses Païsses".