In the centre of Mallorca lies the quiet and traditional village of Costitx. The cosy village is situated in the middle of the "Plà", a valley bordered by small hills and characterised by cereal fields and small mountain streams, there are also numerous old windmills in the area. This town has preserved its old appearance very well, with most of the houses built with local stone. Its centre is very well kept, with the town hall building, the church of "Mare de Deu de Costitx" and the church square standing out. Costitx is one of the villages in Mallorca with the most archaeological remains per square metre. The most significant archaeological find is the hermitage of Son Corró, which was found by a local farmer in 1894. The Astronomical Observatory of Mallorca also stands out, located in this town due to the low light intensity of the area at night, which allows you to see the stars in the firmament very clearly.