The municipality of Marratxí is known as “Mud Land”. The terracotta activity began to develop from the XVII century favored by the presence of first quality material.
It is very interesting to visit the small family workshops where craftsmen, even today, work the mud as before.
Pòrtol was recognized as an area of handicraft interest for the Consell Insular de Mallorca in 1991.
The lookout route is complemented by the Mud Museum and the Marratxí ceramics school (the last municipal ceramics school in the Balearic Islands).
Visitors can not miss the traditional Fira del Fang that is celebrated every year for 9 days the following week on March 1st.
The itinerary of this route is:
Sa Cabaneta: Mud Museum, Gerreria Can Bernardí Nou, Siurelleria Ca Madò Bet, Escola Municipal de Ceràmica.
Pòrtol: Son Ros, Sa Roca Llisa, Sa Roca Llisa 26, Can Vent, Cas Canonge, Old Olleria of Can Palou, Can Bernardí, Es Porxet, Gerreria Pere Coll, Olleria and Gerreria Sa Penya, Teulera Can Vich, Sa Teulera.