Mancor: the village
At the entrance to the village, on the Inca road, is the 19th century wayside cross. Font de la Vila is an Islamic qanat (an underground gallery containing a water channel channel), whose spring can be found at the end of the street of the same name. Toward the centre of the village is a big house called Son Morro with a big round arched entrance door and two Renaissance windows. It features an oil press, now declared an item of cultural interest. Close by is another house, Can Marquesí, with a similar window. Plaça de Baix, a square formerly known as Plaça Reial, is the heart of Mancor’s old quarter, where the remains of a mosque were found. In the upper square, Plaça de Dalt, the village church and vicarage were built. Carrer Major, Carrer de Bartomeu Reus and Carrer del Fang are three streets that all contain big houses of architectural interest. In this part of the village, ancient roads meet like Camí de Massanella, Camí des Rafals, Camí de Biniarroi and Camí de Santa Llúcia.
The Dry Stone Route GR 221 does not have any open section in the municipality of Mancor de la Vall. You can find all the updated information about this trekking itinerary at: https://caminsdepedra.conselldemallorca.cat/ruta-pedra-en-sec-gr-221