Locations



  • Lloseta

    Lloseta is a relatively small municipality, lying half way between Binissalem & Inca, in the region known as Raiguer in Mallorca. This is rich, flat, agricultural land in the shadows of the Tramuntana mountain range, famous for its vineyards & almond groves.   Based on the land registry of 1578, Lloseta comprised three grand estates & eighty properties. At the end of the 17th century…

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  • Deia

    Deia is a small municipality of only 750 residents on Mallorca's spectacular north west coast. Part of the Tramuntana mountain range, which was granted World Heritage status in 2011, the village itself sits slightly inland. Surrounding scenery is quite dramatic, with peaks of 1,500 metres and cliffs plunging into the sea. Water access is rather limited on this coastline but Deia has a small, shingle…

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  • Santa Maria

    Santa Maria is a municipality in the heart of Mallorca. With a backdrop of the Tramuntana mountain range, it lies just 14 kilometres from Palma and is exceptionally well connected to the city by road, rail and bus routes. The train journey into the city centre takes only fifteen minutes.  The area is known primarily for its wine production and there are nine major vineyards here, some of which…

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  • Selva

    Selva is a small municipality of just 3,000 population which is in the foothills of the Tramuntana mountain range. The name "Selva" is first mentioned as an Arab farm (alcheria Xilva) in 1232. Its town of the same name lies just north west of Inca, in a small clutch of villages (Caimari, Moscari, Biniamar and Binibona).  Surrounded by lovely countryside, it's easy to overlook the town as the…

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  • Soller

    Soller is a delightful town in the north west Tramuntana, just twenty minutes from Palma city. Surrounded by mountains, its setting is quite dramatic and from here you can see Mallorca's highest peak, Puig Major. The Tramuntana range was awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO.  The town is well connected with the city, especially since the toll tunnel closed in September 2017, improving the…

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  • Llucmajor

    Llucmajor is the largest municipality within Mallorca and actually encompasses 15 towns along its coastline from S'Arenal to Vallgonera Nou. S'Arenal grew through tourism as there's a sandy beach though gradually the coastline becomes steeper and steeper until it reaches the point of Cap Blanc with its impressive lighthouse. The town of Llucmajor inland lies within a part of the island known as mighorn,…

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  • Bunyola

    Although the village of Bunyola lies just 14 kilometres directly north of Palma off the road to Soller, it seems to have retained its local character and is relatively untouched by tourism.    It's well connected to the city as well as the north west coast by railway. The vintage wooden sided, mahogany and brass train from Plaza Espana in Palma stops at the old Bunyola station before passing…

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  • Pollensa

    Pollensa in northern Mallorca is an incredibly popular area for second homes and many people who end up buying here have visited on holiday in the past.  It lies at the end of the Tramuntana mountain chain, just 6 kilometres inland of the port of Pollensa. With the mountains as its backdrop, the municipality spreads out into flat countryside which is dotted with country villas, fincas and cottages,…

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  • Capdella

    This pretty village in the rural south west is highly sought after due to its ideal location, just 10 minutes from Santa Ponsa and only 15 minutes from either Andratx or Puerto Portals. There's also a cycle and pedestrian walkway linking the village to Calvia town, with lights along its entire length.  to Calvia town.  Overshadowed by Galatzo, the highest peak at the southern end of…

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  • Calvia

    The municipality of Calvia is the richest municipality in Spain outside Madrid, because it encompasses a wide area of coast including a great number of hotels as well as the best marina on the island, Puerto Portals. Away from the coast, the inland terrain is peaceful and dotted with fincas and country houses whilst the town of Calvia itself is only a few minutes' drive from many beaches.  It's…

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