Ca'n Joan de S'aigo is a chocolatier and pastry shop that has been open to the public since the 18th century and so is pretty much the last word in sweets in Majorca. Its walls are chock-full of paving stones, tiles, and ancient works of art that attest to the history of the place. Specialities include characteristic treats like ensaimadas (sugar-dusted sweet rolls) and ice cream, and both locals and visitors flock here to breakfast and for light bites. It's said that more than a few island political decisions have been made at these marble tables. Carrer de Can Sanç 10.
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