The Catalan abstract artist Joan Miró lived on Majorca for most of his life, and his house and studio, in the rarely-frequented Palma suburb of Cala Major, have now been turned into a museum of his work. The Pilar and Joan Miró Gallery is striking for its spacious, angular interior, using water, concrete and light to juxtapose Miró’s
bold canvases of intense primary colours. His studio has remained almost untouched since his death in 1983, with incomplete canvases and open tins of paint. The small, tranquil garden contains several sculptures, and a café where you can sit and ponder your thoughts.