Sanctuary of Son Corró
Sanctuary of Son Corró, archaeological site from the 5th to the 2nd century BC.
Update 14/02/20. The Sanctuary of Son Corró is located in the central part of Mallorca, on the outskirts of the town of Costitx.
It dates from the 5th century to the 2nd century BC, it is a set of columns located in a small elevation of the land. They are arranged in the form of a rectangle 5 meters long by 4 wide.
"Son Corró was discovered at the end of the 19th century."
The Son Corró site was discovered at the end of the 19th century. The remains found were scattered throughout the area, so the reconstruction of the sanctuary may not be exact.
Together with the discovery of the pieces of the seven existing columns, there were also three life-sized bronze bull heads, of which are currently on display in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid.
"Son Corró is part of a set of five sites located nearby."
The enclosure has parking area to facilitate the visit and is located a few meters from the road that connects the towns of Costitx and Sencelles.
The Sanctuary of Son Corró is included in the archaeological route of Sencelles with five other archaeological sites.
How to arrive:
The Sanctuary of Son Corró is located between the towns of Costitx and Sencelles in the central part of Mallorca. The road that joins these two locations, the Ma-3121 passes next to the site.