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For Sale

14.000.000 €


Sensational location: Situated in the centre of the Unesco World Heritage Site Sierra de Tramuntana, this historic finca was built in 1730.

Beautiful and long-established hotel: The unique location and the special energy on site guarantee a relaxing stay.

Dreamlike Mediterranean property: Diverse possibilities for operation as a hotel. The property would also be ideal as a luxury yoga retreat or similar.


  • Dream views of the Tramuntana mountains and the west coast of Mallorca

  • Very quiet, beautiful and idyllic location in a cul-de-sac

  • 3 individually furnished, airy rooms plus 2 exclusive garden cottages

  • Idyllically situated pool area with many retreat options and separate jacuzzi

  • Lovingly tended, extensive garden and terraces surrounded by lemon and olive groves

  • Air conditioning in the rooms

  • Central heating

  • Beautiful professional kitchen with garden view (suitable for star level)

  • Large dining room with antique oil mill

  • Separate dining room with a very long table

  • Very large Bedouin tent for sports activities such as yoga etc., seminars, events or weddings

  • Own organic vegetable garden

  • Plenty of top-quality water from our own deep well

  • Very good shopping facilities nearby

  • Close to beautiful beaches and bays

  • Close to an idyllic harbour with boat moorings

The west coast of Mallorca welcomes you with a unique natural backdrop, characterised by the steeply rising mountain ranges of the Serra de Tramuntana, whose highest peaks rise more than 1,400 m into the sky, the highest being the 1,445 m high Puig Major. The entire stretch of coast between Andratx in the south-west via Estellenc, Banyalbufar, Valldemossa, Deià, Soller and Sa Calobra in the far north-west is known as the west coast. To get an impression of the unrivalled beauty of the west coast, we recommend a drive along the wild and romantic coastal road that connects Port d'Andratx with Port de Sóller.

The mountain range with its wild gorges and rugged ridges was inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 2011. The cliffs drop vertically into the sea in many places along the coastal region and the waves of the Mediterranean crash against the cliffs with elemental force when the sea is rough. Many of the bays can only be reached on foot via old mule tracks or from the water - a unique landscape. Sandy beaches are in short supply on the west coast of Mallorca. However, many of the pebble coves are not overcrowded, even in the high season. Tiny mountain villages are hidden in wild valleys, which boast lush vegetation due to the higher rainfall here. Stone floors, wooden beamed ceilings and an open fireplace give many of the houses in this region a very special atmosphere.

Around three kilometres from the coast, the small town of Sóller lies in a wide basin of the Tramuntana mountains, known as the "Valley of Gold". The name originated at the time of Arab domination of Mallorca. At that time, thousands of olive trees grew in the fertile valley, from whose fruit the valuable olive oil was extracted. Sóller welcomes you with its charming architecture and is surrounded by lemon and orange groves.

The small town is connected to the nearby Port de Sóller by a tram line, which was established in 1912 and is now one of the attractions on the west coast of Mallorca. Port de Sóller is a maritime holiday paradise, situated on a charming bay and with a protected natural harbour. Pure holiday idyll awaits you in the mountain village of Valldemossa, which lies in the middle of the Tramuntana mountains and has managed to retain its original charm to this day.

Contact Agency

Rolf Zscharnack



Property type

4* Agroturismo in historischer Finca





Living space

7.485 m²

Size plot


31.766 m²


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