On a rocky hillock is Artà, a town with narrow streets where time seems to have stood still. From afar, you can make out the Sant Salvador fortress perched high up in the village. This defensive architectural complex encompassing the 19C sanctuary, Santuari de Sant Antoni, is accessible from the parish church, Transfiguració del Senyor, via stairs. Ever since the Moorish era (10C-13C), a fortress has existed in this strategic position. The Regional Museum (natural history, archaeology and ethnology) is also worth seeing.