About the accommodation
Charming fishing village converted into an agrotourism site. The fishermen’s huts are delightfully decorated in a rustic style, keeping the essence of building and fishing traditions of southern Majorca. Tailored to the needs of twenty-first century tourism, these small houses provide the comfort desired by the guests while immersing them in the nature.
Aware of the importance of preserving this natural environment where the fishermen’s huts are located, s’Estalella was developed in accordance with sustainable development policies. The consumed energy comes from the sun, and no drop of rain is wasted by the original water collection system; the hot water is heated by the sun and if desired, you can have organic “zero kilometre” food.
S’Estalella Agrotourism is located in the Fishing Village of Sa Punta de S’Estalella, a former idyllic fishing village which dates back to the sixteenth century. Due to its architectural and anthropological value, it was listed as an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC) by the Council of Majorca in 2007.
Thanks to its historical, geographical, and environmental uniqueness, the property is listed by multiple forms of protection. The European Natura 2000 network listed it as SPA (Special Protection Area for birds) and SCI (Site of Cultural Interest). At the state level it is an IBA (Important Bird Area). It is also registered as ANEI (Natural Area of Special Interest) and AANP (Natural Area of Special Interest with high level of protection) by the Balearic Autonomous Community.
The rural property S’Estalella is a milestone in the struggle to preserve environmental heritage.
Surroundings and activites
We understand that agrotourism in Mallorca is a holistic experience, in which peace of mind is closely related to healthy habits of life. Delicious and juicy seasonal fruits and vegetables, millenary olive oil, yoghurts and cheese from our sheep will delight your sense of taste. The Finca de s'Estalella has an agreement with the Club Nàutic s'Estanyol, which offers guests the possibility of engaging in various recreational activities related to the sea and nature. These offerings include kayak rental, windsurfing, paddle surfing, sailing courses, chartering a sailboat and getting to know the incredible nooks and crannies of the south coast of Mallorca.
Location and getting around
The south coast of Mallorca is ideal for bike rides. Rent bicycles in Finca de s'Estalella and enjoy fairly flat routes, with a bike path in the coastal towns and different roads to enjoy a vigorous walk and make your holiday in Mallorca unforgettable.