Casa Rasca

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This elegant village house is situated on a beautiful plot, elevated on a slope, on the edge of the charming village of Caimari. Countless olive and almond trees surround the small village, which is located in the middle of the original part of the Tramuntana mountains, in the island center of Majorca. For larger purchases you simply drive to the neighboring town of Inca, about 7 km away.

Beautifully situated, on a small hill near Caimari, lies this holiday paradise, which has its very own individual charm. The very well maintained property is equipped with many Mediterranean plants and overlooks the roofs of Caimari, Selva and the mountains.The Infinitipool with its mosaic stones harmoniously fits into the terraces. The basin is comfortably accessible via a wide staircase and varies in depth. Comfortable sun loungers in sufficient number are available on the sun terrace for all sunbathers. Here, we also find the barbeque and parasols donate shade. Next to the terrace by the pool, there are several steps higher the welcoming covered veranda, on which a beautiful dining table with chairs for outdoor dining is provided, which offers a magnificent viewpoint. Here you can let your soul dangle. On two floors the guests in the comfortably furnished house ample space for the individual unfolding. Bright rooms as well as separate furniture allow a relaxing feeling of well-being.Through the entrance you enter directly into the lower open salon, where there are two large sofas, where you can relax together at will and a TV. From here, a staircase leads to the upper floor and a few steps lead to the adjacent hallway on the ground floor, with access to the small courtyard with the washing machines and the dryer, and to the lower three bedrooms. On the right side of the hall are a double bedroom with view of Selva and a room with single beds with window to the courtyard. Both share the intervening bathroom with bathtub. To the left of the corridor we find a double bedroom with bathroom en suite, with large shower and separate toilet with door.Going across the staircase of the pretty living room to the upper floor we enter the second living room with a dining table for six people and a lounge area with two sofas. Here, you can be entertained as much as you like, or dine comfortably. From here you also have access to the front porch overlooking the rooftops of Caimari on Selva with the church and the mountains. Adjacent to the upper floor is the fully equipped kitchen, here everything is ready for daily use. Another table allows you to have a meal or a small snack. The three upper bedrooms have different styles and each have their own charms. Everyone will surely find the appropriate place to rest.There is a room with two single beds, with access to the front porch and a twin bedroom with access to the garden. The masterbedroom with double bed, large closet and en suite bathroom with jacuzzi offer access to terrace and garden. All rooms have air conditioning.

The small village of Caimari is located on the shallow slopes at the foot of the Tramuntana mountain range in Majorca's north, surrounded by olive groves. The picturesque village is surrounded by an imposing backdrop. Rugged limestone cliffs, green forests, pine trees, the extensive olive cultivation areas in the mountains and the almond trees in the lowland invite you to discover. There is a lively atmosphere in the nearby Inca. The place is well-known for the leather industry, the "Camper" shoes are produced here. Lots of wine barrels are stacked in the wine cellars.There you can taste typical dishes and regional wines.

The price is for a maximum occupancy of 8 persons, price up to 12 persons on request!


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The municipality of Selva is part of the Balearic island of Mallorca and has a population of almost 4,000. Selva is therefore one of the medium sized cities in Mallorca and is located in the north of the island.The municipality of Selvas is located at the foot of the Tramuntana mountains and is known for its hilly landscape. Next to the mountain up and downhill in Selva, the medium sized town is distinguished by its small lanes and proves not only that Mallorca has many different facets. Unlike the places east or south, Selva is embedded in a rather barren and sprawling but beautiful landscape. In addition, the place is in the middle of a nature reserve. Contrary to the sea views, such as in Sa Coma or Porto Cristo, the holidaymakers can look forward to a view of the mountains and the landscape of the nature reserve. Other parts of the municipality of Selva are the villages of Caimari, Binibona, Moscari and Biniamar.

History of Selva

The city appears in the documents for the first time in the 11th century. The name Selvas first appeared in the Llibre del Repartiment in 1232 as Alquería alcheria Xilvar. The name of the city is, according to ethnologists, from the Latin Silva, which is to be translated with forest. This derivation is very well understood due to the location and environment of the place. In the beginnings of the city ruled Arab rule. This ended, however, when the island of Mallorca was divided by King Jaume I. He gave the country two knights with a half each. Already since the 14th century the division of the city districts consists of the following two parts: amarata, Valella and Es Puig. In 1300 the city was founded by King Jaume II.

Top 5 travel tips for Selva

The Sant Pere de Rodes is a perfect opportunity to take a closer look at the landscape around Selva. In this excursion to the mountains one can enjoy the variety of the barren landscape and has a beautiful view.

The weekly market at the Plaza Mayor de Selva sends its visitors a culinary journey every Wednesday from 8.00 am to 1.00 pm. Here besides the east and vegetables are also sold legumes, flowers and plants. For the women and, of course, for men as well, the choice of clothes and shoes, which are also sold there, is quite interesting.

If you would like to take a closer look at the surrounding towns near Selva, it is recommended to take a trip to Inca. This city is just 30 kilometers from Selva and is perfect for a day trip. With its 30,000 inhabitants, Inca is one of the largest cities on the island of Majorca.

To get closer to Selva's culture, a visit to Selvas church is a perfect opportunity. This visit can be combined with a stroll through the city and thus begin an architectural journey. The Cruz de Valella can also be visited as part of the city tour. This is a white stone cross erected like a kind of monument in the inner city.
The developments that have taken place throughout the centuries during the centuries are still recognizable by the old buildings that are located in the city. Among these buildings is the church of Selvas. The church, which was consecrated to St. Lawrence, is characterized above all by its still existing façades.

If you are in Selva in the month of May, it is advisable to visit the district of Camarata. Every year on 3 May a huge market with a handicraft fair takes place here. The craft of the region, which has very traditional features, is presented and demonstrated in this market. The handmade products are also offered for sale and are perfect as a souvenir for the home-grown.

Sport and leisure in Selva

Unlike in many places in Majorca, the Tauchsport does not have the advantage of the sports activities. Due to the location and the surroundings of the village, climbing and hiking are the most popular activities here. The conditions are ideal for climbing sports. The walks can be done either on foot or by bike. In addition to the hikes to the mountains, there are also walks to the numerous olive groves. For the hikers, the holidaymakers should not underestimate the sun and equip themselves accordingly.

In addition to hiking and climbing excursions, the landscape is also perfect for horse riding trips as well as bike rides around the village and not just in the mountains.

Restaurants in Selva

Starting with the Miceli, a very nicely decorated restaurant can be named here. In addition to the culinary enjoyment, the restaurant also offers a delight for the eyes with the beautiful view of the landscape Selvas. The decor is a mixture of the rustic, cozy, Spanish style and modern accents.Guests with particularly great hunger can eat here with five to seven course meals. Due to the high demand, a reservation in advance is highly recommended. The terrace with the wide view offers not only a beautiful view, but also a cozy and romantic atmosphere. Guests are offered the opportunity to taste Spanish cuisine in a creative and artistic way. Not only is the view from the terrace rewarded with a beautiful view, but also the view of the plate. This restaurant is not anonymous, but stands out due to the friendliness of its staff. Here it is quite possible that the cook of the house tells your guests about the morning shopping on the market.

For all those who want to strengthen their excursions, be it hiking, horseback riding or cycling, the Font Torreta excursion is the right address. However, this restaurant is not intended exclusively for excursionists. Since the place is located right in the nature in the Serra de Tramuntana, the restaurant has a very nice panorama view. Guests are spoiled here with Mediterranean dishes of Spanish cuisine for lunch and dinner. On the menu is a selection of the various meat and fish dishes, which are prepared on the wood grill. Similar to the meat and the fish, which are regional products, the fruits and vegetables come from the own finca.

  • Parking
    Parking Included
  • Spa & Gym
    Indoor Jacuzzi, Unheated Outdoor swimming pool
  • Outside
    Charcoal grill BBQ, Private Garden, umzäuntes Anwesen
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