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Mallorca

Galilea is a small village in the south west part of Mallorca in the Puigpunyent area on the foothills of the tramuntana.The Immaculada Concepció Chuch is situated on the little square from where you can have a spectacular view over the Calvià coast. The winding stone streets in the vilage of Galilea are quiet with clear mountain air. winding stone streets, and clear mountain air. Around 200 people live at Galilea today, Many artist live here in this area in the Serra de Tramuntana

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