Sa Torre Cega, Mallorca

Sa Torre Cega


The gardens of this unique recreational villa are also a fantastic open-air museum showcasing over 40 works from the Fundación Bartolomé March's collection of contemporary sculpture.Sa Torre Cega is the summer holiday estate built by the Bartolomé March family at the beginning of the 20th century in the beautiful Cala Ratjada. The house, surrounding a central courtyard, has three floors and a tower. Outside, an imposing staircase gives access to the building and the garden terrace that surrounds it. The current construction is the result of renovation work in the interior and its décor.However, its gardens are the real source of its fame. They were created in the second half of the 20th century and make up a harmonious and exquisite plant complex of surprising beauty. And we must not forget the aesthetic contrast from the contemporary sculptures installed in the park, signed by such prestigious artists as Martín Chirino, Eusebio Sempere, Pablo Serrano and José María Sirvent.

Sa Torre Cega

c/ Juan March, 2

07590  Capdepera, Majorca  (Balearic Islands)