Fenced located in beautiful natural Mallorcan apartment Uastre in an authentic country house.
Old buildings, centuries-old cypress trees on the terrace, a barbecue and a wood-paneled pool account for a very special ambience.
The apartment is built generously and in addition to the
3 comfortable bedrooms and 3 bathrooms on a well-kept living room with satellite TV, wifi, a kitchen and a separate dining room.
The large furnished terrace has a dining table, several lounge chairs, an above ground pool and a barbecue so you can perfectly enjoy your barbecues.
We spent a wonderful week in this delightful rural house. The reception was very welcoming with a home-baked cake and olives from the yard. But 3 things to take into account:
- DON'T DRINK THE TAP WATER. Apparantly this goes for the whole island, but we were not informed and caught the Campylobacter tummy bug from the not-sanitised tap water. Buy botteled water and boil water for washing vegetables, brushing teeth etc.
- Check your navigation system. Be sure to arrive at the house coming from the Cami Selva. This means passing the hotel Son Ametler first. Your navigation system will probably want to send you via Moscari, but then you take a tiny not-paved road with plenty of bushes to scratsch your (rented) car.
- Bring insect repellant. The mosquito's will eat you alive.
And a tourist tip: be sure to vist the charming nearby town of Caimairi. Very authentic and has some culinary restaurants like Can Na Toneta (make reservations beforehand).
Selva has about 3 500 inhabitants and is located 5 kilometers north of Inca. Direct to the Sierra Tramuntana bordering the village is a brilliant starting point for hikers. The place is built on a hill. Next to the church there is a way to step up to the mountain, from where you can enjoy a wonderful view.
There are several cafes and restaurants around the market square. The village invites to quiet walks, far away from tourism and hype.
Up to the beautiful northern beaches of Alcudia and Pollensa, there are about 25 km.
In the nchst bigger town Inca there are many shops, bars, cafes, restaurants and typical Cellers.