Selva: the town
The town of Selva spreads across the lower part of Puig de Meca peak, close to the Lluc and Raiguer roads. It is made up of three districts: Valella, Camarata and Es Puig. At the entrance to the town, travelling from the south, are the wayside cross and Font de Valella spring. In Es Puig, you can climb up stepped cobbled streets like S’Escalonada and Sant Llorenç. There are big houses with stately façades, such as Sa Plana, Ca sa Bisbal and Cas Misser. In the main square or Plaça Major is Sant Llorenç Church, with its gothic façade, standing at the top of some steps on the site of an earlier church. If you walk toward Carrer de la Noblesa, you can find three big houses: Can Servera, Can Descatlar (Ca Don Perico) and Ca Don Tomàs.
In the east of the town, you can find three old estate houses: Son Arnau, originally a lodging house for pilgrims, Son Vic, with a Renaissance window, and Son Lluc.
The GR 221 dry-stone route does not pass through the municipality of Selva. You can find all the updated information about this hiking route at https://caminsdepedra.conselldemallorca.cat/ruta-pedra-en-sec-gr-221