Roaring seas, deep forests, dark caves and winding mountain trails: A setting for fairytales. Until the end of the 19th century, the Rondaies, the Mallorcan folk tales, were passed on for generations from mouth to mouth. Today, around 400 stories have survived. The heroes of these stories, at least some of them, like Joan Langnase, can be seen at the Artà Fairytale Museum (officially: ArtArtá). In the old town house located in the pedestrian area of Artá, the puppets, some of whom look a little gruesome, tell their adventures and fates in different languages. Especially on a rainy day, a trip to the museum provides an interesting contrast program.