The imposing luxury finca S'Horta is unique, impressive, dreamlike and spectacular. Built in the 14th century, the building has been completely and stylishly renovated. In a prime location overlooking the beautiful, rolling hills that characterize the coastal landscape in the southeast of Mallorca. It is located near the village of S'Horta, near the beautiful beaches of Cala D'en Marçal and Cala Sa Nau.
The traditional finca has sea views, spectacular living rooms, terraces, vaulted cellars and beautiful gardens and can accommodate up to 26 guests. It is less than 3 kilometers from the Gulf of Vall d'Or. The three-storey building is an old manor house.There are olives, almonds and citrus groves around the awe-inspiring walls with beautiful paths through the estate. Surrounded by the gardens and next to the cottage garden is the pool. At the house directly there are various cozy seats on open and covered terraces. On the occasion of an event, plenty of tables for up to 500 people can be placed. Incidentally, we were happy to assist you with the question of organizing your 100% private event. The family-friendly property has the spaciousness of 3,250 m² in the interior, which may be expected due to the outdoor area.The feudal manor offers a total of a cross vault for festivities, a conference room, a library, two kitchens, main living room with bar and sea view, 4 suites with living room with bath en suite or shared bathroom and 9 bedrooms with bathroom en suite.
On the ground floor, the property is reached via the beautiful atrium, which leads on one side to the current library or to the 3 bedrooms, all of which have a private bathroom on the ground floor. From this level also lead two different stairs to the first floor. On the same floor you will find the imposing cross vault, next to which there are two toilets for guests and an old kitchen with "fogaña", the hearth, and a pantry with wine cellar.From here you can access the south façade, the former old chapel, which today has been converted into a multipurpose room and used as a conference room or auditorium.
Via the stairs "D'es Señor" we reach the first floor and are located in the entrance of the first floor, from whose wing to the south, all rooms have a breathtaking view of the sea. We enter the main living room with fireplace and bar overlooking the sea, as well as the kitchen area and the dining room and a small living room with fireplace. From the dining room we get to the beautiful terrace of this floor, with dining area and outdoor lounge, both with stunning sea views. On the same floor, in the south wing, we find two suites with their own living room and shared bathroom, all with sea views. In the north wing we find two other suites with their own living room and two bathrooms en suite.
From the first floor you have access to the upper floor, where you will find another 3 bedrooms, all with private bathroom, and a beautiful terrace with stunning sea and mountain views. On the same floor we find access to the "private wing" with its 3 further bedrooms, all with private bathroom and direct access via a staircase with private entrance with access.
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Felanitx is located in the east of the Balearic island of Mallorca and is a municipality with around 17,500 inhabitants. The main town, which is also called Felanitx, lies west of the mountain range Serres de Llevant. Other villages are spread over the approximately 170 km ² large municipal area. The official languages are Catalan and Castilian. Felanitx is known as the birthplace of the sculptor, architect and master builder of the Gothic Guillem Sagrera. In addition, the visual artist Miquel Barceló Artigues was born there. A little southeast of the village Felanitx is the well-known Santuari de Sant Salvador Monastery and on another mountain top nearby is the ruins of Castell de Santueri. The city has about 15.000 inhabitants, who mainly live from ceramics and glassmaking as well as viticulture and spirits production. Visiting this place, one will wonder that many shops are closed on Mondays. The reason for this is the notorious market, which takes place every Sunday morning and where you can buy all sorts of delicacies.
History of Felanitx
Already the Arabs settled Felanitx and built there a small mosque and even before Felanitx under Jaume II was raised to the city. In the 16th century already lived here about 4,000 people. During the 17th and early 18th centuries, the town suffered from a wave of robberies and other criminal activities by Turks and Moors.It was not until this criminal period subsided that winegrowing and agriculture, for which the town is known, unfolded. The many windmills, whose floor plans can still be admired today, also come from this era. It is also worth mentioning that the church of Sant Miguel, one of the oldest churches in Mallorca, was already mentioned in writing in 1248. The building, which can now be inspected in Felanitx, was built "only" in 1762 on the foundations of the previous building. The church front is decorated with a plaque. This is to commemorate the year 1844 and a related tragedy: On one of the Easter days of this year, 440 people were buried under the collapsing main wall.Another historical phenomenon is the Margarethenbrunnen, which is located below the parish church dar. This fountain, which was built in 1831, is surrounded by many legends. One of these myths is that the spring should never dry up and that people will come to this place for thousands of years to marvel at the Margaret fountain.
Top 5 travel tips for Felanitx
One of the attractions that must be seen when visiting Felanitx is the Santuari de Sant Salvador Monastery. It is located at an altitude of over 500 meters on the mountain Puig de Sant Salvador and thus very close to Felanitx.Getting there is easy even when visiting Felanitx - Portocolom, even for tourists who are unfamiliar with the area. The winding route to the monastery ends in a parking lot, which serves the locals as a place to barbecue on weekends, among other things. When you arrive at the monastery, you will have a view that you will not find in Mallorca for the second time: Northwest of the monastery is the Serra de Tramuntana, to the north you can admire the city of Alcúdia in all its glory. A small swing of the view towards the southeast makes the island of Cabrera shine in the sunlight in good weather.
Another tourist tip is the Castillo de Santueri Castle: here it is not only the breathtaking view that is worth a visit, but also the sight of masonry that has existed for hundreds of years. The flocks of sheep grazing near the castle give the ancient building an extra charm.
In addition to the sights already mentioned, the market, which takes place every Sunday morning, is one of the things Felanitx must visit. Visitors will not only find fresh meat and fish as well as fruits and vegetables and other delicacies, but also flowers, plants and works of art.
Another jewel of the municipality is the picturesque fishing village of Porto Colom.This has a fishing port, near which many different typical Mallorcan bars and restaurants have settled.
In addition, the other places in the community such as Cala Ferrera or Cala Serrena invite you to a day trip and you should not miss a visit to the cultural center. It is a village house, which exists since the 18th century.
Sports and leisure in Felanitx
The golf course Vall d'Or Golf is one of the main sports and leisure centers. Here, the visitor not only gets the opportunity to take golf lessons with one of the sympathetic and very dedicated golf instructors but also the chance of a great view.In addition, the staff are very friendly and the food, such as a buffet or in the form of a barbeque, is very popular among the golfers.
In addition, the company Mallorquin-Bike offers various tours by bicycle. This gives you the opportunity to get to know the places in the area that are not for everyday tourism and are not accessible by car. Of course, hikes can also be made to enjoy the full beauty of nature.
Top restaurants in Felanitx
The El Castillo del Bosque serves romantic as well as other occasions with an excellent meal: the restaurant has been awarded the 'Certificate of Excellence 2014'.In addition to various appetizers such as octopus "Galicia" or deep-fried mini-fish, the visitor will find a large selection of main courses. For example, the lamb breast chop, the beef fillet with foie gras or the duck with herbal honey sauce can be described as a culinary delight. The whole thing is rounded off by unconventional desserts such as the pineapple carpacio with ginger ice cream and mint or with the fried ice cream in raspberry sauce. The El Castillo del Bosque offers a fair price / quality ratio, a quiet ambience in the courtyard and a children's playground in a protected area - your family will feel comfortable there! A kind of insider tip is the restaurant s'estacio. There is local food and Spanish cuisine away from the usual tourist flow.The restaurant has an enormous selection of daily specials and the interior looks simple and authentic - you almost feel like a true Mallorcan. This feeling is further enhanced by the friendliness of the staff. Of course, in addition to the illustrated restaurants, there are plenty of other places just waiting to serve you Spanish delicacies.
Spa & GymPing-Pong-Table, Unheated Outdoor swimming pool
OutsideCharcoal grill BBQ, Private Garden, Gated-Community