Today is September 29 San Miguel. The tradition of “Indian summer” name dates back to that period, which lasts about a week, and that coincides with the beginning of astronomical autumn but leaves some days of summer weather.
Indian summer the last September’s week?
The weather is crazy! Although autumn arrives we often can’t talk about that summer’s over. It is known as “Indian summer” because for this September 29 agrees that warm temperatures are usually recorded and are not typical of the beginning of autumn are just as or even higher than in summer.
“The Indian summer” is also known as the “Indian summer of Quince” because it is the fruit whose harvest is usually carried out during these days. In ancient Greece the quince was dedicated to Aphrodite, the goddess of love. You can also find people who call “Indian summer Archangels” as this September 29th is San Miguel, San Rafael and San Gabriel in Spain. We can also find some typical saying like “On the Indian summer are the fruits like honey”.
La Gritta knows that many people take advantage these days of “summer” to take their holidays and take advantage of the few people who is traveling in Mallorca. Our customers take advantage to enjoy a walk along the Peguera’s Boulevard or go to the beach without the tourist boom in full season. Therefore, we recommend you come and enjoy an unforgettable experience in our Mediterranean terrace overlooking the sea. Enjoy a varied menu and an extensive wine list. Remember that although there are fewer people in Mallorca, it is important to book a table to have the spectacular views in our terrace overlooking the Mediterranean sea.