Much of the town was built in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, however, the original settlement dates back to the Arab rule over Mallorca when it was called "Mauia"
"Mauia" translates into English as "Stop on the Wayside" with 37,62 Km and 7.062 habitants. Being within the flat plains of Binnissalem, Santa Maria del Cami, has long had a history of wine
production especially since the 18th century when they began to export brandy to the rest of Europe and South America. On the doorstep, it boasts one of the most magnificent mountain backdrops while being surrounded by olive, almond and carob trees, along with top vineyards on the island of Mallorca