Finca Can Luna was newly restored in 2007 and a pool was added. It's a rustic idyll in the countryside near Felanitx town. An extensive natural garden with pool, loungers and barbecue house for relaxing hours beside the pool. This stone Finca of approximately 250 sqm. has 2 floors wit 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, generous living room gallery with satellite TV, dining room with covered terrace, fully equipped modern kitchen with breakfast area and direct access to garden terrace. The furnishings are new in Mallorcian style. It is tastefully decorated. There is children's play equipment in the large courtyard and the whole pool is visible from the terrace. The caretaker lives nearby and is responsible for maintenance and garden.
Porto Colom: Porto Colom, known to sea-farers as a natural harbour, has retained most of its original buildings, giving it a tranquil, peaceful atmosphere. The nineteenth century town centre is a second home to Felanitx inhabitants, especially in the summer. The other part of the village contains lots of leisure activities in the summer. There's a big sandy beach and lots of sandy bays. There's a diving and surfing school too. And theree's plenty of shipping industry based on local family businesses who build boats the way their forefathers taught them.
Cala D´Or: The centre of Cala d'Or (the white sea town) has more leisure activities than anywhere else on the coast. Restaurants, shops, bars and boutiques are all around. It's probably the best sports harbour in Mallorca. Every year you'll see the best of Europe's luxury yachts. Vall d'Or, one of the best known of Mallorca's golf courses with a newly renovated club house and a wonderful view of Cala d'Or, is just 10 km away, as is Porto Colom harbour. There are courses for beginners and advanced players in small groups, in Spanish, German or English. Non-golfers will enjoy the lovely scenery.
Manacor: Manacor is the second most important town in Mallorca. Known for its furniture industry and for artificial pearls, Manacor lies in Sierra de Levant foothills and was built in 1300 by Jaume II. Tourists love the 14th century 'Torre de ses Puntes', the dominican cloister of 'Sant Vincenc Ferrer' and the baroque cloister of 'Santo Domingo'. There are lots of caves due to the chalky rock found near Manacor. This town has lots of supermarkets, a doctor's surgery, restaurants, cafes, lots of shops and a lovely pedestrian area.