November - March









The Winter months in Mallorca can bring bright blue skies and brilliant sunshine - perfect for hiking, golfing, or cycling, and for exploring this beautiful island without the crowds.







For the less energetic, there's a lively café culture to be found at the ports of nearby Andratx and Puerto Portals where you can sit in the sunshine, sip a great cup of coffee (or something stronger!) and read the newspapers, or simply watch the world go by.








Mellow winter light bathes Mallorca's rich countryside, making it particularly attractive for artists and photographers.








Almond trees grow in their hundreds of thousands on Mallorca and blossom in February. We are lucky enough to enjoy a spectacular view from the finca over the adjacent almond grove and beyond to Mount Galatzo.




Mallorca has a high level of rainfall which is responsible for the lush greenery all over the island, and vivid displays of spring flowers in the early months of the year:




Freak snowfall in Winter 2008/9 caused chaos for residents on the island. Others simply loved it!






Winter Rentals


The finca is currently undergoing an extensive programme of winter-proofing, to ensure that it is warm and cosy throughout the winter - whatever the weather may throw at us!  Improvements include  installation of double-glazed windows and external doors, and top quality, state-of-the-art Italian radiators throughout the property. 

In addition to the above, electrically heated mattress covers (suitable for all night use, if required) and winter weight duvets are fitted to all the beds.

The finca provides a magical venue for Christmas (Christmas tree decorations provided!) and you can precede your festive meal with a dip in the pool - if you dare - or follow it with a walk on the beach or across the countryside.


PLEASE NOTE: Despite the attractions of the quieter months and  the extensive improvements we are making to the finca, it should nevertheless be remembered that the winter humidity in Mallorca is not comparable to that of parts of southern Spain which enjoy a much drier climate. For this reason, Mallorca may not be the ideal choice for those with medical conditions which are aggravated by winter humidity (eg arthritis, respiratory conditions etc).