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Country House near Pollensa / Alcudia, Mallorca
Description of sleeping capacity: Sleeps 8 max, but is possible 1 additional bed Notes on bedrooms: Bedroom 1 : four poster double bed, with ensuite bathroom Bedroom 2 : elegant large wooden-framed double bed, with ensuite bathroom Bedrooms 3 & 4 : twin bedded; both ensuite
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Max guests: 8
- Travelers over 16 must pay the tourist tax that is €2,20 per person per night.
You will need a car to reach any beach. 18 kms. to Port de Pollenca and Cala Sant Vicenç, excellent wide soft sandy beaches, with two small sandy bays, excellent swimming and attractive beachside bars. 21 kms. Puerto Alcudia and 22 kms. across the central plain SE to Can Picafort.
Ca na Rossa is 51 kms. from Palma airport, an easy journey of 45 minutes. Clients receive detailed instructions of the route and other relevant information when a booking is confirmed.
12 kms. NE to Pollenca. 6 kms. SW to Campanet. 9 kms.S to Sa Pobla. 27 kms. exhilarating drive along Formentor peninsula with quiet walks from mountain road to secluded bays. 35 kms. to Lluc and the monastery; this is also an excellent base for high level walking.
Pollenca is a lovely old town with excellent bars and restaurants, sophisticated shopping and historical interest. Campanet is a quiet village away from the tourist trail; three bars(around a central square), three local stores, three bakeries and several banks.
Sa Pobla (again off the tourist trail) is an old town which is well worth a visit on Sunday morning for the market and for tapas breakfast.
Also nearby, only 20 kms. is the beautiful walled town Alcudia with its old pedestrian center with shops, bars and on Sundays its large market for clothes, food, etc., its beautiful nearby beaches, the Bay of Alcudia, Alcanada, the entire coast towards Can Picafort can enjoy beaches of fine sand and crystalline waters.
If you want to enjoy a beautiful landscape from Alcudia you can take a trip to the Sanctuary of Victory on a small mountain overlooking the sea, you can have a drink or if you prefer to taste Malloquina cuisine in its restaurant admiring the sea.
If you like nature, just 20 km away, you can visit the Natural Park of s'Albufera, it is an old lagoon separated from the sea by a dune cordon, you can visit on foot or by bicycle (there is a parking lot to leave the car ) and you can observe the fauna and flora, take pictures without leaving the itinerary, more information about schedules, etc at: http://ca.balearsnatura.com/
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About Cati Bennasar
Ownership of Ca na Rossa has passed through several generations of the same family and currently rests with Cati and his brother Jaime, Cati (who speaks English). I always available by phone or the internet to help clients to find an ideal holiday.
Why Cati Bennasar chose Campanet
The family have lived in, or near, Campanet for more than a century, and approximately 80 years ago one branch moved into a finca in the Campanet Valley close to the hamlet of Fangar. 65 years later they built a larger finca, on an elevated part of their land commanding beautiful views of the valley and the Tramuntana Mountains. The finca became known locally as Ca na Rossa, which (in Mallorqian) means ‘the house of the blonde lady’. This referred to the owner, Margarita the grandmother of Jaime, who still makes daily visits to Ca na Rossa to collect eggs. The chosen site was therefore based on the love of the locality and with easy access to the small town of Campanet, which has maintained the traditional Mallorca lifestyle.
What makes this villa unique
Likewise Ca na Rossa is ideally situated for anyone seeking to relax in a traditional and well equipped house located in a beautiful unspoilt setting. Campanet has a central square around which are several bars, bakeries that sell home made bread, and small supermarkets that sell fresh (locally grown) meat, fruit and vegetables. Sitting in the square with ‘a café con leche’ is an option that becomes a habit. The area is also very popular with walkers and cyclists. The ‘old road’ from Campanet to Pollensa is part of a well known cycle route; the section passing close to Ca na Rossa is the final gentle ride before the unforgiving climb to the monastery at Lluc! Ca na Rossa is close to several fine beaches, two golf courses and also near the popular town of Pollensa.
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