A Mallorcan-style town house which is in the village of Mancor del Vall with an authentic stone facade. It is distributed on two floors with a total area of 128m2. The ground floor of 69m2 has an entrance hall, a double bedroom, a dining room with a fireplace divided from the kitchen by an arch, and a bathroom with a bathtub. The first floor of 58m2 offers a living room with access to the terrace of 18m2 with a porch and two double bedrooms and a bathroom with a shower. Additional features: Sunny terrace with open views of the village and mountains, connection to the electricity grid, village water, and the ground floor of the house has a hydraulic tiled floor, wooden beams throughout the house.
Mancor de la Vall is a charming village with around 1.400 inhabitants and is located in a small valley at the foot of the Sierra de Tramuntana surrounded by mountains. It has several bars and restaurants, such as the famous "Micceli", which is run by Marga Coll. It also has a pharmacy and some village hotels.
The fiesta of San Juan Bautista is celebrated on June 24th, patron saint of the town, and a series of cultural and festive events take place. At the end of November, the L'esclata-sang fair takes place.
Nowadays it still preserves prehistoric remains such as the "Tayalots del Clot dels Diners and Conia", "The Fortified Son Bosca" and the "Cave of Montaura".
It is located about 40 minutes away from the airport and the city of Palma, as well as the nearest beaches."