Mallorca Unveils An Historic Estate

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Holidaymakers looking for something new to see need look no furthur than the spanish island of Mallorca, where a grand estate is being opened to the public. The Raixa country estate is the newest addition to Majorca’s many attractions, and it will soon be a hot spot for holiday travelers. The estate will give both foreigners and locals a glimpse of Mallorca’s interesting past, as well as a close-up of the flora of the island.

The Raixa country estate will offer vacationers a beautiful view of an historic estate. The estate was remodeled in the eighteenth century by Cardinal Antoni Despuig i Dameto, who converted the farm buildings that once graced the land into the architectural wonders that exist today. It’s the tale of a pauper’s house becoming a palace.

The Council of Mallorca plans to have the estate open to the public by September. The property was purchased by the council in 2002. Even then, the Council planned to make the estate available for vacationers. Most renovations and preparations will be done by the Oxigeno Project, a program to help former prisoners find a meaningful role in society. Among many of its uses, the estate will serve as a center for environmental studies, according to the council.

Because of its abundant water supply, the Raixa estate is one of the most prosperous fincas on the island. Many films have been shot near the property, the most significant one being Evil Under the Sun. The estate carries a lot of historical significance to Mallorcans, and it is one of the most treasured places on the island. The council feels that it is necessary to let the public see the estate and understand the story behind the buildings.

Mallorca is already well-known for its natural wonders and architectural glories. The Bellver Castle is an old Spanish castle that was used as a prison during Spain’s more violent times. Now it’s a tourist destination for those who want to see Spain as it once was.

If castles and estates aren’t your cup of tea, try one of the beautiful port towns of Mallorca. Porto Cristo provides solace for vacationers looking to enjoy Mallorca holidays. The centre of the island’s pearl industry, Porto Cristo uses a unique method of combining glass and pulverized fish scales to produce artificial pearls that are nearly indistinguishable from real pearls. While accommodations in Porto Cristo aren’t four-star, their old-world charm makes staying in town worthwhile. At night, the streets of the city are quiet and peaceful, unlike many of the more popular destinations in Majorca. Porto Cristo is popular with middle-aged couples looking for solitude and quiet romance.

The island of Mallorca offers a wide variety of attractions besides historic estates, castles and port towns. Whatever you’re searching for in a vacation, this Spanish island is sure to have it. From the glorious beaches, solitary villas and thriving nightlife, Mallorca has a little something for everyone needing a change from the daily routine.