Binissalem is a beautiful wine-growing village with large stone manor houses in the centre of the island. The wine of this municipality was already known in the Middle Ages, Jules Verne, for example, in his novel Clovis Dardentor, already mentioned the wine of Binissalem. The grape harvest is a very special time in the municipality, where the "Festa des Vermar", one of the most important commercial-themed festivals in Europe, is held. Binissalem is a town with a great cultural activity; in the cultural centre Can Gelabert there is a music school and you will always find an interesting exhibition. The scenic surroundings of the municipality are exceptional, and the stone architecture characteristic of the village is really beautiful, it is known as the Binissalem stone. A good plan is to stroll through the streets of the old town, where you can admire some of the town's most emblematic stately homes, and visit the extraordinarily beautiful and peaceful village of Biniagual, through which the old Roman road that linked Palma with Pollença used to pass. In short, Binissalem is the perfect municipality for visiting wineries and wine tasting, as well as enjoying an idyllic, rural setting that transmits culture from the very heart of the town.