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In the municipality of Algaida there are seven boundary crosses built between the 16th and 17th centuries, of which five are within the town and two are on the outskirts. These are monumental crosses located at the entrance of the towns. They are built on a pedestal or a stepped in different styles.
Begin the route at the Cross d’en Massot, on calle Ribera. On the road from Algaida to Pina you will come across the cross of s’Hostal d’en Gil or dels Traginers. On calle Colomer there is a Renaissance style cross with the same name as the street on which it has been erected. The next stop will be at the Cross of Can Vicó, where calle de Palma meets the calle of Sa Quarterada.
On the outskirts of Algaida, within the shrublands of the Estate of Binicomprat there is the Cross of Binicomprat or of the Plagues-Stricken, used to mark the common grave of all those who died of the plague in the 16th century.
The last cross on the route is that of Xorrigo, along the old road Palma road, marking the boundary between the municipalities of Palma and Algaida.

  1. Begin the route at the Cross d’en Massot, on calle Ribera. On the road from Algaida to Pina you will come across the cross of s’Hostal d’en Gil or dels Traginers.
  2. On calle Colomer there is a Renaissance style cross with the same name as the street on which it has been erected. The next stop will be at the Cross of Can Vicó, where calle de Palma meets the calle of Sa Quarterada..
  3. On the outskirts of Algaida, within the shrublands of the Estate of Binicomprat there is the Cross of Binicomprat or of the Plagues-Stricken, used to mark the common grave of all those who died of the plague in the 16th century.
  4. The last cross on the route is that of Xorrigo, along the old road Palma road, marking the boundary between the municipalities of Palma and Algaida.