Ken and Barbie, the golden couple, are strolling down a palm tree avenue while a group of little people lines up in a circle, as if for a game. Hippo, rhino, elephant and other granite animals are peacefully grazing in the declared wildlife sanctuary. From a remote corner of the garden, the giant kraken seems to be in control of the whole scene. Find one of the many shady benches, take a break and listen to the wind in the trees, to the birds twittering and insects humming. For me the sculpture park of Museo Sa Bassa Blanca is one of those magic places on Mallorca. Situated on the Victoria peninsula right by the sea it is a true oasis and an extraordinary escape from our daily routines. While the museum itself is still closed, after months of shutdown the park opens again for the public, today.
Read more about the MSBB and its gardens right here, Imagine: Museo Sa Bassa Blanca.