Accommodation

  • Lower Floor: Entrance hall. Living room (TV, DVD, WiFi) with French doors to terrace. Dining room with French doors to terrace. Kitchen (oven, microwave, dishwasher) with French doors to terrace. Twin bedroom (A/C) with en suite bathroom.
  • Upper Floor: Double bedroom (A/C) with access to private terrace. Twin bedroom (A/C). Bathroom.
  • Outside: Open and shaded terraces. Gazebo. In built barbecue. Table Tennis. Washing machine. Enclosed grounds with lawn. Private parking.
  • Shaped, private swimming pool (7m x 5m at widest points).

This impressive house sits within 3000m² of private grounds, where manicured lawns and sun kissed terraces dressed with overflowing stone planters are enclosed by tall hedgerows, creating an inviting and relaxing holiday sanctuary. Situated in a pretty locale, surrounded by open countryside peppered with traditional homesteads, C’an Tia would be a great choice for anyone seeking the calming ambience of a rural setting while, at the same time, being only a short drive from wonderful local amenities and beaches.

Planned and built by local owners as their own family home, the spacious aspect of the exterior is reflected in the equally well-proportioned interior. V-shaped by design, rooms flow left and right from the impressive entrance hall across two floors, living spaces all beautifully furnished and bathed in light from the large picture windows and French doors that are a feature of the property.

The large ground floor twin bedroom benefits from an en suite bathroom while, upstairs, two further bedrooms are found, the principal double enjoying the use of a private terrace from where you can survey the pool, garden and surrounding scenery or simply bask in privacy in the warm summer sunshine.

The real focus however is on outdoor living, with more than ample space on the lawn, terraces and around the grounds for all to enjoy.

Stroll across the lawn and the different petals of the garden unfurl before you including a gazebo with comfortable sofas, a relaxing day bed overlooking the inviting pool as well as mature trees and lush bushes where children can play in the natural shade. Seeking a quiet spot in which to snooze or catch up on your reading? A poolside sunbed on which to top up your tan?  A covered dining terrace (conveniently close to the kitchen) for laid back breakfasts, lingering lunches or barbecue dinners under the stars? You will find all of this at Ca’n Tia.

One of the most celebrated of Mediterranean towns, historic Pollença (4km) has a wide array of restaurants, cafes and shops to explore amongst its narrow, atmospheric streets. And do pay a visit to the large sandy beaches of Port de Pollença (3km), Cala San Vicente (10km) or Alcúdia (8km), all of which are easily accessible within a short drive.

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Great Things to Do Near Ca'n Tia

Explore the old town of Pollença

Stroll around the old town of Pollença. It's definitely worth making the effort to climb the 365 steps up to the Calvary church and browsing in the curious little shops before sitting down to relax with a drink and dinner in one of the many popular restaurants in the pedestrianised squares.

Beach at Port de Pollença

At Port de Pollença the beach is spacious, has all amenities, parking along the seafront, and if it gets too hot there is a little playground in a small wood for a respite from the sun.

Play a round of golf!

Mallorca has a great variety of golf courses and the closest is the 9-hole course at Pollença. Just a short drive is Alcanada with its 18-hole course and beautiful views overlooking the Bay of Alcúdia.

Formentor beach and lighthouse

A scenic drive will take you to Formentor Lighthouse - the road is quite narrow in places. At the top of the hill out of Port de Pollença, it is worth stopping at the viewpoint to see El Colomer rock. Although the beach at Formentor is not very large, it has clear shallow water ideal for children and adults alike, with some good waters for snorkelling. Go early, with a picnic.

Old Roman town of Alcúdia

Tuesday market in Old Alcúdia is interesting and has a plentiful supply of locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables, then just stroll round the pedestrianised old Roman town where caper plants are growing out of the main massive thick stone walls surrounding the town. The local council offer a free guided tour around the historical centre of Alcúdia old town on Wednesdays and Fridays during the summer months.

Go to the market

Pollença market on Sunday morning is a colourful bustling event where you can buy your locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as a few souvenirs and presents. Have a look inside the church which is very impressive.

Visit Palma Aquarium

Discover the marine world’s best kept secrets by embarking on a wonderful adventure through this marine park featuring more than 8000 animals of 700 different species and more than 5 million litres of salt water. You will also be able to enjoy a wide variety of activities which combine education and fun, suitable for all ages. Open daily. Check website for actual opening hours: Palmaaquarium.com or phone: +34 902 702 902.

Caves of Campanet

The beautiful Caves of Campanet, found by a shepherd about 100 years ago, are not too far away and worth a visit to see the fascinating stalagmite and stalactite formations. These caves are not too commercialised and visits are on the hour. For the most impressive caves, go to Portocristo on the east coast and visit the Caves of Drach which houses one of the largest underground lakes in Europe.

Sóller and its Port by train

The old-fashioned train ride through the mountains from Palma (or Bunyola) to Sóller and back, including the tram to the Port of Sóller through the orange groves and back, and just sitting in the church square in Sóller enjoying a drink and watching the world go by.

Tramuntana mountain road to Deià

Drive over the Tramuntana mountain roads via Pollenca, Lluc and Sóller, taking in the spectacular scenery, stopping at the various viewpoints including the two lakes/reservoirs, and passing through several world-renowned towns of Fornalutx, Deià and Valldemossa, home to famous writers, painters and musicians.

Scenic drive in the north east

Heading in an easterly direction, drive through the resorts of Playa de Muro and Ca'n Picafort, and then towards Artà where one of the local trades is basket making. Find a country lane to the hermitage of Betlem where the views overlook Colònia de Sant Pere in the Bay of Alcúdia. Back to Artà and, if you are interested in prehistoric building, then visit the Poblat de Ses Païsses before carrying on to Capdepera to see the castle.

Lluc is not just a monastery

Take the mountain road from Pollença to the Monastery at Lluc. Visit the museum and the chapel - you may be fortunate enough to hear the Blauets Choir singing. Make your way to the huge cross behind the monastery for the fabulous views out to sea.

Cala San Vicente

This delightful spot has 4 sandy cove beaches where the waters are crystal clear and ideal for snorkelling. There are a good selection of beachside bars and restaurants where a cooling drink or a delightful meal of fresh fish can be enjoyed while overlooking the beach.

Waterparks and Marineland

For those who enjoy waterparks, try Aqualand at S'Arenal - it can get crowded and best to take a picnic! Marineland, in Costa den Blanes, has wonderful dolphin, sea lion and parrot shows.

The old ruined castle at Alaró

Make your way to the top of Castell d'Alaró - take water to drink as the last part of the journey has to be done on foot. The views from the top are breathtakingly beautiful! On the way down enjoy a meal at the Restaurant Es Verger where they serve tasty roast lamb done in a traditional Mallorcan oven.

Palma de Mallorca, capital city

It would be a shame not to spend time in Palma - there are many interesting historical buildings to visit including the Cathedral, Almudaina Palace, Bellver Castle, as well as museums and art galleries. Palma is also an excellent shopping centre.

Mallorca in the olden days!

Visit one of the most representative manors of Mallorca's plains, Els Calderers de Sant Joan, where you will be able to imagine farming as it was 200 years ago and sample some home-made local products. Or, in the opposite direction at Esporles, is La Granja a large historical mansion with gardens, fountains, ancient trees and plants with wild and domestic animals. Also on view - a demonstration of ancient handicrafts, tools and machinery. Taste Mallorcan specialities such as jams, cheese, fig cake, sobrassada and moscatel.

Walk to the top of Puig de Maria

Just past the rooster roundabout on the road from Pollença to Palma on the left, is the start of the walk up to the top of Puig de Maria. It's best to go first thing in the morning wearing sensible shoes. Don't forget your camera and a bottle of water although there is a bar at the top. The views over the north coast are outstanding.

Paella on the beach

Spend a day at the beach between Ca'n Picafort and the area east of Alcúdia, at Ses Casetes des Capellans, where you can enjoy a tasty paella or seafood dishes at one of the beach restaurants while enjoying the sea and sun on a long and sandy beach.

Birdwatchers’ Paradise

Ornithologists will know about the birdwatching area at the Albufera and Albufereta, where you can see several different species of wading birds, amongst others, especially during the migrating season.

Nearby

Towns

Port de Pollença 5 mins
Pollença 10 mins
Alcúdia 10 mins
Valldemossa 50 mins
Sóller 55 mins

Beaches

Bahia de Pollença 5 mins
Bahia d'Alcúdia 15 mins
Cala San Vicenç 15 mins
Formentor 20 mins

Airports

Palma 50 mins
Times are approximate

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