Raw nature. Sparkling deep blue and turquoise sea. Breathtaking cliffs and views. White sand beaches full of marine life. Quiet, charming, picturesque villages where time has stopped. Benevolent weather.
No wonder Mallorca turns every visitor into a devoted lover.
A landscape brimming with life and many unique species that can only be found in the island's microcosm, due to isolation and environmental care policies.
A melting pot of cultures: Roman, Vandal, Omeya, Aragonese... conquerors and pirates, merchants and noblemen, all of them leaving their mark on the island's character, forever open to people from all over the world.
Many who have just come here to vacation, have dreamt of coming back and starting a new life on the island to follow their dreams. Many of them have done so, eventually. Somehow, the multiple faces of Mallorca lure you with a whole world of possibilities.
You have been warned.
Tramuntana, the ever-present wind of the North, has sculpted the mountain range bearing its name, La Serra de Tramuntana, running along the North-West coast of Mallorca island.
A unique natural landscape, La Serra de Tramuntana, has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in recognition of the perfect communion in which the human footprint has masterfully, respectfully, mingled with the raw nature.
Paths, dry stone walls, watchtowers, water reservoirs and possesions (country estates), seamlessly intertwine with olive trees, pines, holm oaks, orchids and ferns along the steep slopes.
Botanic gardens, nature reservoirs and streams are sprinkled with ancient charming villages such as Sóller, Deià, Pollensa,Valldemosa or Fornalutx whose Medieval origins can be seen and admired even today.
Finca Gayeta estate is located between the Roman in origin town of Pollença and Sa Pobla, one of the most fertile soils in the island, where brut rice and the island’s typical potato variety are cultivated.