Finca Can Seguinot
- SQM 290
The beautiful natural stone Finca Can Seguinot lies between the idyllic town of Pollensa and the port town of Port Pollença with its lively marina and beautiful beach in the eastern northern Mallorca. It is surrounded by a typical Mediterranean landscape, slightly undulating and the beach. In the places it takes only a few minutes, so shopping for the whole family is quick and there is more time around the sheltered bay of Port de Pollensa with its popular gently sloping beaches to visit family.
Ample sun beds are at the spacious pool area at your disposal and a large, well-kept lawn invites you to play and run.There are several outdoor dining areas, and thanks to the tree population you will also find a nice shady areas to relax and chill out. The former mill has been completely restored keeping the Mallorcan rustic style. On the ground floor we arrive in two spacious living area with high ceilings and typical Mallorcan sandstone arches and stone floor. The living room with fireplace has ample seating, plus there is also a second rustically furnished dining room. On this floor are still the kitchen, a large fireplace with benches are an original wooden board table and the bathroom. In an adjoining games room there is a table tennis and snooker, which ensure both young and old for a lot of variety. On the first floor are 5 bright cheerful bedrooms, two with double beds, one with three single beds and two with twin beds and two bathrooms. The house has a large private parking and barbecue in the garden.
PORT DE POLLENÇA
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Port de Pollenca
Port de Pollença is a place within the municipality of Pollença on the Spanish island of Mallorca. It lies on the Bay of Pollensa and north of the island. The village has a population of approximately 6,500 and the roads connecting it inland to the town of Pollença, in the south of Alcudia and the Cap Formentor which is part of the peninsula Formentor. The British discovered early on that Port de Pollença is a resort for discerning and today the place is mostly visited by British and Spaniards. The land and property prices are significantly higher than in other (holiday) regions of Mallorca. As a consequence there is in Port de Pollenca neither mass nor cheap tourism.The beach at Port de Pollenca slopes gently, making it ideal for your children to play. Less well it is suitable for swimming, the region is, however, as a destination for scuba divers. In addition, the largest and one of the best-known German surf- and sailing schools in the Mediterranean based here.
History of Port de Pollenca
The stretch of coastline between the north of Pollença and the Punta de l'Avancada deemed military zone. This bay was during the Spanish Civil War, the base of a German Seefliegerstaffel that supported the National Spaniards.Some areas in the north of Mallorca, including just the mentioned bay are still used for military purposes: Here next SAR units also Seaplanes the Spanish Air Force are now stationed. These serve, inter alia, the fight against forest fires and training flights can be admired almost daily. Before tourism began and saw the residents in this a new revenue stream, Port de Pollensa was originally founded as a fishing town. Despite the popularity with tourists there are in Port de Pollenca but hardly right hotel blocks': Mainly serve small hotels and apartment buildings of the accommodation of tourists. The only resort that could be described as large, is located just outside the center and away from the coast.
Top 5 things to do in Port de Pollenca
The Formentor Peninsula and the Cap de Formentor offer a prospect that you will not forget in your life: From the viewpoint of Punta de la Nao they can see for kilometers around on the open sea and in general is the scenery on the peninsula, which a lighthouse has, very impressive.
Another attraction is the marina and fishing port is. This is installed in the bay and one of the largest marinas of Mallorca. It is home to the Reial Club Nàutic Port de Pollenca. By this fact, the port belongs to the marina of Palma de Mallorca to the only two "royal" marinas in the Balearic Islands.
The sandy beach, which adjoins the marina is very wide and well worth a visit: The beach continues with its full width until shortly before Alcúdia and is thus one of the longest sandy beaches on Mallorca. Opposite the beach are located in Port de Pollenca a few older but cozy hotel, some apartment buildings and several restaurants, bars and other shops.
The most beautiful part of Port de Pollensa is located just outside the village and runs along the Passeig Vora Mar.This part of Port de Pollensa is closed to cars and the path leads under large pine trees and pine between small sandy beaches and ancient villas through - you get the feeling you were in another world.
In addition, can the Serra de Tramuntana climb of Port de Pollença. It is a mountain range in the north of the Balearic island. One of the landscape regions of Mallorca is named after this mountain chain, but presents a certain part on the surface of its addition. Since 2011 is the Serra de Tramuntana World Heritage by UNESCO.
Sports and Recreation in Port de Pollenca
Besides the already mentioned possibilities of scuba diving and sailing and surfing in the biggest German surfing and sailing school in the Mediterranean, there are few other boat rentals. In addition, Port de Pollensa is an excellent starting point for hikes are: In the area there are several footpaths that lead through the Serra de Tramuntana. A notorious hiking route leads holidaymakers to the Cala Boquer, the Finca Boquer is the starting point for this route.
Top Restaurants in Port de Pollenca
Many of the restaurants in Port de Pollenca are awarded the 'Certificate of Excellence 2014'.So the restaurant Siller. Here the guest gets especially for breakfast or brunch Spanish delicacies. But at dinner one has as a visitor of the restaurant Siller an enormous range, from tuna over the suckling pig up to the lamb - the food is characterized by its multiple flavors. Likewise, the Can Cuarassa has that Certificate of Excellence 2014 '. Especially for special and romantic occasions, the restaurant offers a nice opportunity.The staff was very (family-) friendly and the local food is not only very popular with holidaymakers but also many Spaniards: The fresh fish and good wine will convince your palate right away! The La Cabana, which also, Certificate of Excellence 2014 'has the has focused on Spanish cuisine and especially on tapas. It is a sort of terrace with panoramic views and already from five euros you get here a dish that can be seen: Various fresh tapas taste not only stunning but also make full. Next to the terrace overlooking the harbor the restaurant also features a cozy courtyard, where you can enjoy your meal, if no more space should be free on the terrace.The Restaurante Bellaverde not has the excellence certificate, the food is but at least as good as in other places: In addition to the great vegetarian and vegan food makes the cozy ambience and friendly service in the garden restaurant, which is located in a small side street is more like to meatless times. Who Paradise imagines in the form of a small courtyard shaded by fig trees and artfully zusammengestelltem Essen, who has found the paradise Restaurante Bella Verde. If you do not enjoy the Spanish atmosphere while eating but instead dine in while you travel again, there are several restaurants in Port de Pollenca with takeaway. For example, provides Al Fresco Deli, which is purely a delivery or pick-up service, freshly prepared food and traditional Spanish dishes such as tortillas or squid.
3 Bathroom, 5 Bedroom, 2 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room, 1 Playroom
SleepingBed linen, 2 Queen bed, 7 Single bed
CookingCoffee machine, Cooking utensils, Diswasher, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Water cooler
Spa & GymPing-Pong-Table, Pool table, Unheated Outdoor swimming pool
OutsideCharcoal grill BBQ, Private Garden