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Finca "Es Moli"

Es Moli De Son Maiol is a restored farmhouse located on a 600.000 sqm state; it is surrounded by acres of pine, almond, olive trees and a large swimming pool, with the splendid back-drop of the North-Western mountain range. This delightful restored farmhouse, once the home of the miller, is situated in one of the unspoilt rural regions of the Island of Mallorca.

The house has been cleverly designed to make the maximum use of huge glass picture windows to ensure plenty of light. The light floods into the very large and spacious living/dining room and gives the feeling of there being no divide between inside and outside living. In this charmingly furnished living room, there is an open fire-place for chillier evenings. The decor and design of this property has been done by us and we think it creates a charming and extremely pleasing ambience, whilst providing everything one could need for a relaxing and peaceful holiday.

The house sleeps up to 11 people in 1 double and 3 twin bedrooms with 4 en suite bathrooms. Each bedroom has sat tv, air-con, its own terrace and wonderful views. 3 extra beds can be set on request to accommodate 11 all together.

There is also a fully equipped kitchen.

Outside there is a large 5m x 10m swimming pool set in a stone terrace and surrounded by a mature walled garden with lawns and areas shaded by trees.

Just above the pool is a covered terrace with a large table and seating for al-fresco dining, and around the pool itself, plenty of pool furniture. There is also a full size tennis court and mountain bikes are available for guest's use.


· Santa Maria del Camí

· Sleeps 2 to 11 people
· 4 bedroom/4 bathrooms + 3 extra beds
· Cot and high chair available for one baby

· 100€ to 500€ depending on people accommodated and duration of stay.

· WIFI internet, air-con, heating, Sat tv, DVD, ipod speaker.
· Fully equipped kitchen; wash machine, iron, hair dryer.
· Private pool, tennis court, mountain bikes, boat trips.
· Babysitting
· Meals on request

Santa Maria del Cami area
Santa Maria is not a touristic area, it has a wonderful Sunday market that is renowned throughout the island for having the best fresh food, etc.
Santa maria is well known to have one of the the best wine cellars of Spain and very good typical Mallorquin restaurants.
Hand made pottery and leather is also very popular in the area.

Gastronomy and wines
Mallorcan cuisine is genuinely Mediterranean and is enjoyed in homes throughout the island or in “cellers” - the name given to traditional Mallorcan restaurants, which are often housed in the cellars which were used for wine production in the past. There are many “cellers” in the island´s villages and in Palma de Mallorca, though the most well-known are those in Sineu, Inca and Petra, all at easy reach by train or Car.
There is a long tradition of wine production on Mallorca, which is kept alive and which represents an important activity in rural Mallorca. There are currently two denominations of origin - Binissalem and Pla i Llevant de Mallorca - with a series of bodegas which produce high quality wines, some maintaining old artisan processes.

How to get there
Most of the major European cities offer flights to Mallorca, especially from Germany and the UK.
The main entry point to Palma is the Palma international airport of Son Sant Joan, located just 8 kms from the city centre.
You can also get here by boat. There are daily ferry sailings from the ports of Barcelona, Valencia, Dénia, Ibiza, Ciutadella and Mahon.

Basic History
Palma de Mallorca was founded in the year 123 BC by Quint Cecili Metel. Initially, it was called “Medina Mayurka”, then “Ciutat de Mallorca” and finally “Palma de Mallorca”.
Historians describe Mallorca as being a paradise full of vegetable gardens and fountains.

Mallorca was once ruled by the Moors, who named the city “Medina Mayurka”. There are, however, very few traces of this era left, apart from the layout of the old quarter and the Arab baths.

It was taken over by the Christians in the conquest of 1229. The city then became known as “Ciutat de Mallorca”. This named was kept until 1717, when the Roman name was readopted - “Palma de Mallorca”.

Curiously, even to this day, most Mallorcans refer to their city simply as “Ciutat”.

Julian Panades
Tel. (0034) 656 326263
email. info@afinca4u.com
Language: English, Spanish





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