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Welcome to


Learning • Participation • Empowerment


A unique experience to connect and learn surrounded by a community that enjoys and celebrates Jewish diversity.

Talks will be in English and Spanish.


What is Limud Mallorca?


Limud is...

...a celebration of Jewish culture, creativity and learning. It is based on the principle that we can all be students and teachers.

At Limud you'll find a fantastic selection of themes, activities and experiences, practical workshops, performances, round tables, debates, texts at your disposal for study and analysis, and much more.

Choose among the simultaneous activities happening every hour, conducted by educators, artists, academics, chefs, entrepreneurs and enthusiasts.



Get Involved

Are you looking for a way to connect with the Jewish community?

Limud Mallorca is the place to meet people, expand horizons and make a difference.

Contact us to find out how you can help!


Volunteering for Limud 2018

Every Limud program around the world is produced and run by volunteers! That’s pretty amazing considering that there are over 80 Limud events each year attended by thousands of people. 

We take tremendous pride in our volunteers' commitment and diversity and welcome you to find something that ignites your passion! 

Volunteering is a great way to make friends, meet people from across Mallorca’s Jewish community, put your skills and talents towards creating an entirely unique Jewish event.

Sign up via the button above and we'll get in touch with you!

Limud History

Limud is an award-winning and recognized global movement, committed to unique values uch as: Respect, Empowerment, Participation and Diversity, harnessing the energy of the entire Jewish community, people of all ages and backgrounds.

Limud started in 1980 in the United Kingdom. Currently, volunteers hold independent Limud events in more than 80 communities around the world (44 countries!) with tens of thousands of participants each year.

What awaits you on the journey of your Jewish adventure?

Mission and Values

Limud emphasizes learning, diversity, community, empowerment and respect, these values are our values and those that unite us with all the Limudim around the world.

Limud Mallorca is made up of a group of diverse, passionate, creative and enthusiastic people who intend to offer an experience open to all, regardless of age, level of knowledge about Judaism or connection with Jewish life.

Limud Mallorca comes to life through participatory activities organized by independent volunteers whose objective is to create a space for the promotion of knowledge and diversity of the Jewish, and its multiple branches.

It favours the inclusion of new voices through different formats of learning, participation and exchange.

It will be an entire day of multidisciplinary activities of various Jewish, local and international educators, thinkers and creators, sharing their knowledge and experiences through a wide variety of events such as workshops, lectures, multimedia exhibitions, art and movement, among others.

It is Limud's mission to generate learning experiences in a favourable environment to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, experiences, doubts that any person, regardless of their degree of connection with their Jewish life, wants to share.

Create individual or collective opportunities for connection between participants and volunteers.

Expand the horizons of Judaism through:

Teaching and learning

Facilitating connections


Individual and community "Empowerment"





Provide tools to each participant (speaker, volunteer or assistant) to take a step forward in their path of "practices", tradition and Jewish knowledge.

Make available to the participant the possibility of contacting relevant personages of teaching, communication, philosophy, literature, Jewish art, through different educational styles / informative styles (readings, films, workshops, meditation, debates, exhibitions and performances).

Ensure that there will always be an activity, no matter what level of knowledge, practice, or commitment to the Jewish life of each participant, for all participants.

Below you can find the video memories of all the fantastic events we’ve held in 2018!


Please enjoy a video summary of the Limud Mallorca day event that took place on April 22nd, 2018. Sign up at below to be on our email list to get news of upcoming events!



Limud Mallorca organized an event before sunset of Rosh Hashana in a place called Can Monroig in the town of Inca on the island of Mallorca, Spain. It was a beautiful day filled with food, family, and friends. Moriah Ferrus from Nova Escola Catalana in Barcelona came to Mallorca to teach and sing traditional and non-traditional melodies related to the Jewish New Year celebrated in September every year. Aaron Sztarkman came from Bern, Switzerland to accompany her on guitar and play other well known Israeli and Sephardic tunes. The event was catered by a local vegetarian restaurant. Guillem Reus i Planells spoke about the history of the Medieval Jewish Quarter of Inca as well as the potential for the venue to have been the site of an ancient synagogue with mikveh. The owners of the house museum Robert and Noelle were our gracious hosts. It was an event to remember with over 85 people from all ages and backgrounds coming to join together to laugh, learn, and connect with one another during the celebratory new year.



A beautiful afternoon tasting the traditional wines of the region and celebrating the fruit of the vine.



This was a wonderful day of play based around the miracle of Chanukah. We started the day colouring in salt for our layered chanukiahs which the children could take home to light. We then went on to colour in and make our own dreidels before hearing the biblical story of Channukah. Snacks were had, musical chairs and statues were played and a wonderful morning of fun was had by all!


Holocaust Memorial Day

Six candles were lit in memory of 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust. A seventh candle was lit in memory of the other victims: Romanies, homosexuals, communists, mental patients and Spanish political prisoners, among others.