You will find most of Mallorca’s 150 edible wild mushrooms, such as Setas, Esclatassangs, Blanquetas, Pets de Moro, Fredolics, Picornells and many others at the VI Fira de l’esclata-sang i la muntanya in Mancor de la Vall, from today, November 28th, until Sunday, November 30th, if you so wish. You can sample gourmet mushroom dishes in the local bars and restaurants. You could try, for instance, Braç de mè amb salsa de bolets at Bar Es Forn.
Apart from mushrooms, there will be xeremiers, dimonis, gegants, ball de bot, tamboriners, and lots of activities. Mancor de la Vall is a lovely Mallorcan village, one up from Selva, near Inca. It is one of the few villages left on the island that are still authentic.
The photo was taken in Sóller, Mallorca, Spain. The date: November 15th, 2008. The time was 12:00:05. Credit is due to my son, Kyrian. Thank you.