Holy Week in Mallorca is a great event on the island and the most important religious festival of the year. The most significant acts of this celebration are the processions, among which Santo Cristo de la Sangre stands out, which this year will go out again for ten days between Friday of Sorrows, April 8th, and Palm Sunday, April 17th.
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Curiosities and plans for Easter in Mallorca
Among the peculiarities of Holy Week in Mallorca, the participation of all brotherhoods in the same procession (generally one per day), the custom of distributing sugared almonds to the children who watch the procession, the fact of singing the creed within the church at the end of the procession, and the presence of images carried by four people.
The most important processions take place in Palma, however, throughout the island you can enjoy different events in which you can participate or, if you prefer, simply observe.
Holy Week in Mallorca would not be the same without the typical pastries and sweets that, although they are consumed throughout the year, are more important during these holidays. The "panades" are empanadas normally filled with lean meat with sobrasada and peas, although you can also find them with cuttlefish, fish, or chicken. The "coca de verduras" is another of the delicacies of this time on the island, as well as "robiols", crescent-shaped sweets filled with apricot jam, chocolate, cream, cottage cheese, or angel hair.
Another of the most deeply rooted traditions during the Easter season is to give the "monas de chocolate", a gift that is normally given from godparents to godchildren and that, for Mallorcans, would not be the same without this typical Easter sweet.
Visiting Fira de Ram, a traditional fair on the island, is another of the best plans to enjoy during Holy Week in Mallorca, especially if you come with children.
It will be open from February 25th to April 24th and there you will find all kinds of fun: carousels, Big wheel, raffles, stalls, and food. Among more than 150 attractions, this year the following stand out: a roller coaster, the horror show 'El Monasterio', and a 'Skylab', three novelties that join the return of the Fair.
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