Sa Roqueta quarter

Between the Estolt and Portal streets

This traditional fishermen’s quarter with its humble homes and flowery corners emerged with the village’s expansion beyond its walls in the 16th century.

Built beside Es Codolar beach, a natural harbour where many of the fishermen kept their boats, and one of the Vila’s walls, which served as the back wall for some of the houses, Sa Roqueta has a number of unique buildings that are still standing to this day.

It is a quiet area, without cars, with narrow streets, staircases and interesting buildings such as the fortified farmhouse Can Ganga, currently housing the Women’s Museum (since 2020).