Mancor de la Vall slumbers peacefully on the southern slopes of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, close to Selva in the north of the island. And it’s my current home town - a cosy surround of quaint, stone houses, cobbled streets and traditional squares, characteristically embracing the embodiment of a charming, village atmosphere. I say squares because we have two! An upper one – ‘Plaça d’Alt’, overlooked by the impressive parish church of Sant Joan Baptista opposite the town hall. And subsequently, a lower one – ‘Plaça de Baix’, not particularly overlooked by anything significant other than one of our five local bars and the pharmacy, both essential items in a small town/large village community, along with our bakery, a mini supermarket and the ‘Botiga’ where you can buy anything from a pin cushion to a pork chop.