Ca'n Punxa D'alt

Whether you want to explore the hills by cycle or on foot, or simply chill on the beach, Mallorca has something for everyone:

  • Water sports including coasteering, sea kayaking, sailing, kite surfing and diving
  • Golf at the beautiful Pollensa 9 hole course or the stunning 18 hole course at Alcanada
  • Cycling world famous routes
  • Hill walking – the GR221 passes only 2 km away
  • Bird Spotting – peregrine and Eleonora’s falcons, black and griffon vultures, Bonelli’s and booted eagles can all be seen above the house
  • Wildlife – Hermann’s tortoise, edible dormice, pine martins, hedgehogs, harmless snakes and lizards, and of course the local Balearean goat tribe (remember to shut the gate!)
  • Nature & history walks – thanks to two natural springs the Ternelles valley has been home to Bell Beaker people, Phoenicians, Romans,  Vandals, Moors,  and finally James I of Aragon who granted the valley to the Knights Templar.  The area has many historical ruins including the magnificent rock fortress of Castell del Rei
  • Plenty of local restaurants and bars
  • Sunday market in Pollenca
  • The Tramuntana Mountains, UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Cap de Formentor – one of the most stunning routes in Mallorca
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