Sa Bassa Blanca musuem in Alcudia. | P. PELLICER

The Sa Bassa Blanca Museum is a symbiotic space between art, nature and architecture, founded by Yannick Vu and Ben Jakober. Sa Bassa Blanca Museum is situated in a protected natural area, eight minutes from the town of Alcudia and 50 minutes from Palma airport. There is no public transport.

Sa Bassa Blanca Museum has a café "La Paloma" in the courtyard of the main building.


Address: Camí del Coll Baix s/n 07400 Alcúdia
Phone: +34 971 546 915


Wednesday to Saturday: from 10am to 6pm. The exhibition galleries close from 2pm to 3pm, but the Sculpture park and the Rose Garden are open. The galleries and the ticket office close at 5.30pm 

Sunday: from 10am to 3pm.  The galleries and ticket office close at 2.30 pm 

Monday and Tuesday: closed 

Sunday May 1, closed.


Sculpture Park and Rose Garden: 5 euros

General entrance fee: Adults are 10 euros; Seniors 65 and over are 8 euros; Youths 7 to 17 are 7 euros; Cchildren under 6 are free. Includes: NINS gallery, Sokrates space, Sculpture Park and Rose Garden.

How to get there