This imposing Estate is composed by a rustic farm on a flat land intended for the cultivation of cereals, almond trees, carob trees, citrus orchard and other fruit trees and a small pine forest area with a total area of 900.000 m2, almost all of which are fenced with a high stone wall or low wall and metal net.
There is an impressive set of buildings made up of different bodies; In addition to other buildings, it should be noted that most of them are located in the surroundings of the “Clastra” or main patio, an especially beautiful and characteristic place in Majorcan “Possessions”: more than 5,500 m2 are built. Among them we highlight: the house of the Lords, the house of the Master, the Chapel, old mill, stables, hayloft, barns, warehouses. There are other buildings far from the main complex such as chicken coops, guard house, shepherd’s house, old sheepfold, house for the staff, warehouses, stables, pigsties, orchard houses, and the “sestadors” destined to shelter the sheep.
Through pipes it reaches a large tank located under the main house, from which it is distributed to existing tanks in the tower and the rest of the rooms. Besides, there is a cistern to store rainwater that is in the courtyard of the Master’s house.
The area where the houses and other dependencies are located stands out like a small hill. It has slopes from medium to smooth until reaching large areas that are quite flat and characterized by having a subtropical Mediterranean climate.
The general environment is rural, although being very close to Palma it has very good connection and transport (motorway, railway network,…) For daily commercial activities you can go to Santa María, Sa Cabaneta or shopping centers located in Festival Park or Alcampo, Marratxí’s and Son Castelló’s Polígono, Palma capital, etc…
This impressive “Possessio’'” was already documented in the year 1488. The main building has a square floor plan with two and three floors, an interior clastra, which is accessed through the “portal forà”, with a vaulted entrance and a unique baroque entrance, topped with the family coat of arms. The tower, on the left looking straight ahead, with a four-sloped roof supported by wooden beams, constitutes a magnificent viewpoint from which you can see an unobstructed view of the Sierra de Tramuntana, the bay of Palma and the Llano. To the right of the entrance of the Clastra we find the Baroque-style chapel, with vaults and a barrel vault.
During some years of the 20th century, more than 200 people worked on this farm. It was the time when lavender production was at its peak. Nowadays, cereal is grown for the consumption of the farm’s own sheep, together with a large production of almonds and carob beans.
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