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Can Horta is a splendid 100 year old farmhouse, set within easy reach of all the amenities of the old town of Pollença (2km.) It has been lovingly and carefully restored, ensuring it retains the many original features and characteristics. The garden is a beautiful feature of the property, with its many and varied plants and flowers which are particular to the area.
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60.0 km from Palma
Can Horta enjoys a lovely location in the rolling greenery of the Pollensa countryside in the north east corner of the island. With the dramatic backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains, the villa is only a short drive to the local town of Pollensa (2km). Originally Roman, the town is a maze of narrow cobbled streets which lead to the central square of Placa Major. Here you will find the area’s best market on a Sunday morning at the foot of the Calvari Church steps. A lovely place to sample some good quality locally produced food including fruit, vegetables, olives and cheese. The streets here have inviting shops and tempting cafes to while away your time, as well as a number of good quality restaurants.
A little further a-field is the popular coastal resort of Puerto Pollensa (5km) where you can find Mallorcan beach life at its finest. There is a large horseshoe bay here with fine white sand gently shelving into a calm blue sea, making it popular with families with children as well as holidaymakers of all ages. There are a number of water sports to choose from including water skiing or parasailing, and if you prefer to stay dry on the water, there are a number of boat trips on offer up and down the coastline – a particular favourite is the one taking in the spectacular Formentor Peninsular. The resort is well served with restaurants and shops and has a lovely promenade ‘Pine Walk’ which is a favourite for strolling in the evenings, or stopping at one of the many pavement cafes to watch the world go by.
A little further down the coast is Alcudia, another Roman town with a partially preserved Medieval wall. Narrow streets will take you to a bygone era here, and if you prefer something a little livelier – or perhaps a visit to a disco – then Port d’Alcudia is another beach resort with plenty to offer. Restaurants and bars are plentiful and good, and there is a lovely wide sandy beach here with many facilities for you to enjoy on your villa holiday.
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