It has an extension of 19 km² and is bounded by Selva, Inca, Lloseta, Alaró and Escorca. Its main population centre is located in a small valley surrounded by mountains. Mancor de la Vall connects by road with Inca, Biniamar and Caimari.
This municipality originally consisted of four hamlets: Mancor, Biniatzent, Biniarroi and Massanella. All of them where part of the village of Selva, to which they belonged between 1248 and 1913.
In 1925, this municipality became independent of Selva and received the Spanish name Mancor del Valle. It wasn’t until 1984 that it became Mancor de la Vall (in Catalan).
The local agriculture is mainly based on olive trees, although there are also vineyards, horticulture and cereals.
In the 19th century, Inca’s footwear industry altered temporarily the economic structure, currently based on the service sector.
Information of Interest
Mancor de la Vall has an important heritage, among which stand out the neoclassical church of Sant Joan Baptista, built in the 19th century, and the interior courtyard of Casa de Son Colell.
Also the sanctuary of Santa Llúcia, built in the 14th century.
Some recommended trips include the Montaura Rock and the Massanella farmstead.
Olive oil mill of Son Morro, declared a Property of Cultural Interest.
LINK OF MANCOR DE LA VALL TOWN COUNCIL
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