Finca El Coto
- Per night from: €457 TO €1,000
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 4
- Sleeps: 10
An enchanting farmhouse, built in traditional island style and set in suitably rural surroundings, Finca El Coto’s oak beamed ceilings and terracotta tiled floors infuse the house with old world charm, though now they form a framework for very contemporary comfort. In the big and beautiful gardens a series of shaded pergolas are swathed in greenery and furnished to create outdoor sitting and dining rooms, and the solar heated swimming pool is set in a sunny paved terrace. The house is 2km from the beach at S’Amarador, and 3km from historic Santanyi for restaurants, shops and a twice weekly market.
The villa Sleeps up to 10 people in 5 bedrooms. (3 en suite) Two twin rooms on the ground floor in the main house, which share a bathroom. The master bedroom is on the first floor with en suite and private terrace. The remaining two rooms are out with the main house in an annexe. Both are en suite and are offer direct access to the garden and pool. The open plan sitting room, kitchen and dining area leading to an external dining area and landscaped garden with beautiful private grounds and sprawling lawn area, ideal for kids to run around!
Rental Includes Maid service 2 hours 4 days per week (Linen change once a week on arrival day)
Amenities in the area include Two tennis courts within 4 minutes drive – free to use and Golf nearby – Vall D’or Porto Cristo, Felanitx.
Tourist Licence: ETV/3779
- Distance from Airport: 47km
- Distance from Beach: 4km
- Nearest Town: Santanyi
- Secluded villa
- Private pool
- Private parking
- Mediterranean gardens
- Air conditioned
Just 2km away from Villa El Coto and Voted Top 10 in 'The Best Beaches in the World' by the Sunday Times as well as achieving 1st for 'Best beach in Europe' by OnBeach.com. S'Amarador is situated right in the middle of the Mondragó Natural Park. The beach offers soft light sands, surrounded by pine forests. The chiringuito offers some snacks and cold drinks. Dip into the crystal clear waters to cool off, or jump straight in from the flat rocks at the sides of the bay.
Dine Out Es Moli - Santanyi
Located at the entrance of the village. Arguably some of the best tapas on the island. Whether you order the typical Spanish dishes: abondigas (meatballs in garlic and tomato sauce) or mushroom ravioli with truffle - every dish is home made and tastes divine. Chose to dine inside with it's rustic and homely interior, or chose alfresco as you dine in their hidden back garden. Enjoy some Rioja under their garden fig tree. The wine list here is extensive , with a good amount of Mallorcan and Spanish wines.
Visit the village of Randa, also known as the holy mountain. Enjoy a cold drink whilst admiring the breathtaking panoramic views for miles around. Randa has been a place of pilgrimage ever since Ramon Llull founded Mallorca's first hermitage here in 1275. Nowadays, expect more cyclists and ramblers then pilgrims. Explore the museums and chapels and soak in this 19th century history.