Easter Holidays Mallorca. The Holy Week and The Passion of Christ
As every year, the Holy Week gives way to Easter Holidays Mallorca. It is celebrated in a very authentic way representing the last days of Jesus of Nazareth. It is a moment where religious feelings are mixed with the remarkable processions that represent the arrest, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
In addition to the spectacular and crowded processions of Palma de Mallorca, there are a few towns in Mallorca where you will be able to watch representations of Jesus Christ’s last days. All of them in a more modest way, but more comfortable to enjoy and where you can see the affection that the people from that towns gives to the celebration.
In the town of Felanitx, you can enjoy the Davallament (The Descent) which represents the descent of the body without life of Jesus Christ after being crucified and his subsequent burial. Practically all the people collaborate with the representation, making this day one of the most important in the Felanitx calendar.
In the beautiful town of Pollença we can enjoy several important processions and also another version of the Davallament, this time with the incomparable setting of Pollença and its famous staircase as one of the main characters. A “must seeing” in Mallorca’s Holy Week.
And Last, but not least, the offer of the beautiful town of Artà during Holy Week is also very varied and recommendable. We invite you to come and pay a visit to this fantastic town with hundreds of years of history.
Giving way to the beginning of Easter, Holy Week is one of the most important holiday periods in Mallorca. After the winter, the island begins to fill with light, the days are longer and even the beaches begin to offer temperatures to think about a bath. The island at this time of year is perfect for cycling, trekking and enjoying the Mallorcan sun. Do not hesitate to book a few days on the island, from Reservatum we will be waiting for you.
In this year 2019, we will enjoy Easter and Holy Week from April 14th to 21st.
The Reservatum team.