A sublime retreat
Located in the heart of the peaceful southern region of Mallorca, Finca Gomera is nestled in the Spanish countryside. This idyllic and exclusive place will be the ideal refuge to accompany you in your Majorcan escapade. Immersed in the calm of the region and carefully restored to the distinctive look of a classic Majorcan country house, this address offers the ideal environment to enjoy the discovery of the island. Alone, as a couple, with friends or family, enter the history of this finca that has been written since the end of the 17th century.
Cool off in the beautiful saltwater pool, escape to the covered outdoor living room and admire the view of a typical landscape, surrounded by vineyards. From the upper terrace, overlook the spectacular panorama and its breathtaking sunsets while enjoying your favorite drink. Feel the exclusive and elegant atmosphere while relaxing in one of our ten spacious and charming rooms and suites.
Because each stay at Finca Gomera is unique, discover a warm and personalized service where calm, serenity and privacy are guaranteed.
Gomera is a municipality located in the district of Llucmajor, in Mallorca.
Only 30 kilometers from Palma de Mallorca, Finca Gomera is located in an idyllic setting, surrounded by vineyards, holm oaks, olive trees and carob trees: in the heart of a true Mediterranean paradise. Located 4 kilometers from Cala Pí, 15 kilometers from Sa Ràpita and 20 kilometers from Es Trenc, this property offers proximity to the turquoise blue waters characteristic of the south of the island.
It is a house from the late seventeenth century that gives life to Finca Gomera, a natural setting of 200 hectares, in one of the wildest and least frequented enclaves of the Balearic Islands. A true historical legacy that the walls of the property still preserve through its restorations.
During the years of Al-Andalus, the Berber tribe appears in history books as the first settlers of the south of Mallorca. "Los Gomeros" settled around the town of Llucmajor, where two centuries later, at the end of the 17th century, a beautiful stone house was built in the area, between almost 200 hectares of land and a living area of 1600m2. In 15.98, Gomera had 400 quartered houses and was confronted with the possessions of s'Àguila, Capocorb, Gomera Vell and son Julià Mut. It had houses and was dedicated to the cultivation of cereals. In 1707 it dedicated itself to the vineyard and cultivation of cereals, legumes and hemp. It produced a renowned cheese and was a place for hunting thrushes. The flour mill of Sa Barraca de Gomera also belonged to it.