Set in the picturesque village of Fornalutx, in the Tramuntana Mountains, this enchanting town house can comfortably accommodate 2 to 4 people.
There's a terrace on the second floor, great for al fresco dining while contemplating the nice views over the town and the mountains. Maybe you would like to have a tasty BBQ?
This terrace gives access to a spacious living room with two sofa beds, satellite-TV and a toilet. When going down to the first floor, you'll find a bedroom with double bed and A/C as well as a cosy sitting-dining room. The ground floor is composed of a shower bathroom and a fully-equipped kitchen with gas hob, washer, iron and ironing board. If you travel with a baby, we can supply a cot and a high chair. Two fans and two electric radiators complete the equipment.
The picturesque town of Fornalutx is in the midst of the Tramuntana Mountains, declared as a World Human Heritage by Unesco. Lots of trails and cycling routes start here. The trail Tossals Verds leads you through Mediterranean woods, antic buildings and small paths. The fresh water reservoir Cúber, which is at the foot of the Puig Major, is also a very nice and popular trail.
The beaches of the Tramuntana are mostly characterized by rocks and cool, clear waters, for example Cala Deià, Puerto de Valldemossa and Llucalcari. If you prefer sand beaches, you can visit Puerto de Sóller and Cala Tuent. In Sóller and Puerto de Sóller you'll find supermarkets, restaurants and shops. In Fornalutx, there's a small grocery shop. Near Sóller is the Muleta Cave where the most ancient human remains of Mallorca have been found.
Pets are not allowed.
The holding of events is forbidden.
Consult the advertiser for possible charges.
The fireplace can't be used.
Beach: 8 km - Puerto de Sóller
Airport: 33 km- Son Sant Joan
Golf course: 21 km - Son Termens
Town: 0.01 km - Fornalutx
Train station: 2.2 km - Sóller
Bus stop: 30.2 km - Sóller
Ferry: 35 km - Palma
Hospital: 33.5 km - Son Espases
Tourist license: ETV/9149
There's a mandatory tourist tax in Balearic Islands, called Ecotasa. All guests, except people under 16 years, have to pay this tax. The amount varies between 0.55€/night and guest during the low season and 2.2€/night and guest during the high season and is reduced by half from the 9th day for your stay.