For centuries, Mallorcans have traditionally lit bonfires across the island and burned effigies of the Devil, who had tempted the Egyptian monk in the desert by dressing as a woman. In the weeks running up to the festival, barbecue pits and grills appear in streets of the villages and towns across the island which are put in place so that locals can sit around the fire pits and cook their own food. The experience is one that is certainly one worth wrapping up for as it is a great opportunity to meet new people and mix with your neighbors and share food. After the barbecues, there are street parties that go on late into the night with music and dancing. Social Media. Drac de na Coca in Plaza Mayor.
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