Until the middle of the past century, the rural areas of Mallorca were divided into large extensions of land associated with small nuclei of buildings.
These large estates were used for agricultural production. They are known as possessions, and in the past they were the true economic core of the town.
Today, with its rural sector in clear decline, economic alternatives are being sought to maintain this historical legacy. Rural tourism enables the owner to conserve and simultaneously share a heritage and lifestyle that many people are unaware of.
Tourists who visit Mallorca and stay at a rural or agro-tourism hotel are highly selective. They are not just seeking lodging. Rural tourism also offers a vacation in direct contact with our roots. There is no better way to understand Mallorca than living and discovering how our ancestors lived.
If you visit Mallorca and want more than just a place to sleep, we are pleased to offer you a wide range of estates where you’ll discover much more than you can imagine...
We’re looking forward to seeing you.
Maria de la Salut