Impressive 17th century finca in Bunyola in Mallorca Description
Impressive 17th century finca in an idyllic situation in the midst of nature in the valley of Orient in the municipality of Bunyola, truly a piece of paradise in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Currently, there is a project for the reconstruction of the villa with outbuildings as well as garden and natural wood areas, perfectly blending antique building techniques with the most sophisticated technologies, thus creating the quintessential 21st century property with a tercentennial feel. The pictures are renders.
Locality and places of interest
The municipality of Bunyola in the north-western area of Majorca is characterised by its division into a flat southern part and the mountainous area of the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the northern part. It can be reached both by road and by a charming train of more than 100 years of age, running between Palma and Sóller. The Moorish gardens Jardins d’Alfàbia, probably the most beautiful gardens of the island, are only a few minutes away by car.