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Charming Fincas
on the Island

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Casa Fuente de Soller

In the middle of picturesque Soller is the three-story Casa Fuente. It has been lovingly furnished with both modern and traditional touches and promises luxury. In a few minutes walk you reach the village center with many small stores, restaurants, bars, and museums. Here, you will also find the market hall where you can buy fresh food daily. You can easily reach the coastal town of Puerto de Soller with the nostalgic streetcar that runs through the middle of Soller.

Casa Fuente de Soller (German)

Finca Can Pau

The charming yet rustic finca Can Pau is ideal for families with children and groups of friends alike. Do you wish to hike through the UNESCO World Heritage Tramuntana Mountains, visit the world-famous monastery of Lluc, or take a trip to the beach? Then this is the place for you to stay at. Furthermore, the town of Pollença, only four kilometres away from the Finca, offers shopping facilities and is a good starting point for excursions.

Finca Can Pau

Finca Limonera

“If life gives you lemons [and oranges], make lemonade.” True to this motto, vacations can be spent in the Finca Limonera on its 7000 square metres large property where countless fruit trees grow. The picturesque town of Son Servera is less than four kilometres away and invites you to stroll through its steep roads. Want to go to the beach with the family? No problem, the child-friendly beach of Sa Marjal can be reached in less than 10 minutes by car.

Finca Limonera

Fincahotel Son Vent

Son Vent welcomes you far from the tourist crowds in seven rooms, decorated with great attention to detail. The German owners are committed to the environment, do not use plastic, have their own water source, and grow a vegetable garden. Time flies by in the spa cottage and during yoga classes. If you feel like going out, you can reach beautiful sandy beaches in 20 minutes by car. For a round of golf, you can meet at Club Vall d’Or only 10 minutes away. 

Fincahotel Son Vent (German)

Finca Possessiò Binicomprat

This estate dates back to 1229 and was lovingly restored in 1996 by the heirs of the Oliver Moragues family and converted into agrotourism. Sleep in twelve rooms of bygone eras, have breakfast in a three centuries’ old kitchen, and relax under pine and holm oak trees. Vacation in the middle of vineyards where you are invited to be present and help with the harvest of grapes and production of wine.

Finca Possessiò Binicomprat

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