The writer Llorenç Villalonga spent his summers in this typical Majorcan-style of home, Can Sabater, and in fact lived there during the Spanish Civil War. The main purpose of the house, as it exists today, is twofold: to draw attention to the work of the author and journalist and to celebrate Majorcan literature in general. Amazingly, improvements to the house have been made without affecting the way it looked when the writer lived there. The grounds include a conference room, a library, and research room, the original kitchen and courtyard, and a cellar wine press. Events are held at the house educating guests about 20th century Majorcan literature.
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