Montuïri, land of windmills, historically known for its cereal and flour production, boasts a rich combination of culture, heritage and tradition. This makes a visit to it a must for anybody who wants to discover the most traditional side of the island in rural, natural surroundings of outstanding beauty.
Despite the inevitable social changes of recent years, Montuïri remains a small town with a strong agricultural character. This has enabled it to preserve the landscape around it, shaped for centuries by its rich farmland. Its fields are largely dryland crops, particularly cereals and grapevines, but there is also some irrigation based on simple water systems.