Properties for sale in Felanitx in the southeast of Mallorca

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€ 590.000
4
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
151 m2
Constructed area
100 m2
Plot size
€ 2.950.000
6
Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
400 m2
Constructed area
22.000 m2
Plot size
€ 2.850.000
5
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
280 m2
Constructed area
36.000 m2
Plot size
€ 1.750.000
4
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
310 m2
Constructed area
48.991 m2
Plot size
€ 1.465.000
3
Bedrooms
2
Bathrooms
158 m2
Constructed area
2.500 m2
Plot size
€ 2.570.000
4
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
330 m2
Constructed area
15.200 m2
Plot size
€ 1.950.000
4
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
379 m2
Constructed area
34.298 m2
Plot size
€ 1.650.000
4
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
300 m2
Constructed area
15.427 m2
Plot size
€ 3.950.000
6
Bedrooms
6
Bathrooms
478 m2
Constructed area
16.500 m2
Plot size
€ 2.390.000
5
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
349 m2
Constructed area
23.154 m2
Plot size
€ 1.200.000
3
Bedrooms
4
Bathrooms
378 m2
Constructed area
286 m2
Plot size
€ 3.500.000
5
Bedrooms
5
Bathrooms
400 m2
Constructed area
19.000 m2
Plot size

For many, Mallorca is still the most beautiful island in the Mediterranean. Thanks to its good connections, it is ideal for a vacation home. But it is also an option for a permanent residence.

If you are looking for peace and quiet and want to enjoy Spanish life in all its facets, you can do so with a property in Felanitx, in the southeast of the island. The municipality covers around 170 km². The landscape is characterized by original villages and romantic coastal towns, mountain ranges, almond trees, lemon groves and vineyards.

Around 50 kilometers from Palma and away from the tourist hotspots, you can immerse yourself in the Mediterranean small-town idyll of the main town of Felanitx.

Instead of hustle and bustle and commerce, tradition and culture.
Winding alleyways, quaint stores and colorful bars between historic buildings. Typically Spanish.

What makes Felanitx and its surroundings so charming?

The geographical center of the town is symbolized by the parish church of Sant Miquel. It is considered to be one of the oldest churches in Mallorca and a magnificent Baroque building is concealed behind a blank masonry front.

Plaça d'Espanya, the central square, is lined with cafés and restaurants that impress with their authenticity. Here you can enjoy typical Mallorcan delicacies and wine from the region.

On Sundays, the otherwise quiet town becomes a lively meeting place for locals and visitors alike. The weekly market stretches across the entire center and attracts visitors with regional products, textiles, handicrafts and plenty of culinary delights. Incidentally, many stall holders simply postpone Sunday to Monday, which is why some stores are closed.

About ten minutes' walk north of the Plaça, there is even more nostalgia. A house with a sign on which only the word "Timoner" can be read. This is where 95-year-old former cyclist Guillermo Timoner lives. A national superstar and a legend on Mallorca. In Felanitx, the Spanish and world champion is even considered a saint. Who occasionally grants interested parties access to his home. Because this house is neither a store nor a museum. Simply one of the typical properties in Felanitx.

Activities around the picturesque small town

A domicile in Felanitx is also a good starting point for exploring the island.

A Way of the Cross leads from the town center to the cypress-covered Calvary. The square in front of the chapel is considered one of the most charming places. The romantic Puig de Sa Cista hill offers views of the small town mosaic and the hinterland of the southeast.

Almost on the doorstep is the Hacienda D'Armando, the only alpaca finca in Mallorca. Don, Camillo, Pepone, Muffin and Estello greet their visitors with googly eyes and good-humored mouths. Simply slow down and be happy. Advance booking is required so as not to overwhelm the fluffy little animals.

A few minutes away by car, the Bodega Anima Negra invites you to visit. A top-class winery that caused a sensation in the wine world at the end of the 1990s with its red wine ÀN/2. A fine wine made from the traditional Callet grape variety. A must for wine lovers.

Above the dreamy little town, the Puig de Sant Salvador mountain rises over 500 meters into the sky. From there, the scenic beauty of the island is revealed. The Mallorcan monastery Santuari de Sant Salvador can be explored on the mountain. The vestibule is clearly decorated with the six world champion jerseys of former cyclist Guillermo Timoner.

A little further north is Manacor. It is the pearl capital of Mallorca and the birthplace of successful tennis champion Rafael Nadal. At the same time, it is also the economic center in the east, with an international community. Furniture city and culinary hotspot of the island. The second largest city also attracts visitors with a weekly market, many historic buildings and several historical sights in the immediate vicinity.

Between Portopetro and Portocolom, golf enthusiasts can swing their clubs over 18 holes at Vall d'Or Golf. Afterwards, the public clubhouse "mAxime" invites you to reward yourself with a cool drink and enjoy the magnificent panoramic view. Before heading back to your dream home in Felanitx.

Fantastic bays and beaches

Between Cala Figuera and Portopetro, right on the coast, lies the "Parc natural de Mondragó". The 700-hectare nature reserve includes grassland, pine forests, dunes, wooded ravines and wildly romantic cliffs, home to endangered bird species and native tortoises. It invites you to take short hikes with swimming breaks at the three almost pristine white sandy bays. They are all connected by a footpath. The middle one is Cala Mondrago, which is actually called "Ses Fonts de N'Alis". The park is therefore also ideal for an adventurous excursion with children.

Around 15 kilometers away, the idyllic fishing village of Portocolom with the largest natural harbour awaits visitors. No mass tourism here, just authentic charm and Mediterranean flair. Traditional stores and Mallorcan cuisine invite you to stroll and linger.

There are countless bays and beaches in the vicinity of Portocolom, such as Cala Mitjana, Cala Sa Nau, Cala Brafi and Playa de S'Arenal, directly opposite the port of Portocolom.

Even though this is the perfect place to unwind, the town and its surroundings offer plenty of variety. Just a few good reasons for buying a property in Felanitx.

Your dream home in Felanitx can also come true

Mediterranean fincas or modern new builds with spacious plots, pools and fantastic views are perfect for nature lovers.

Charming village houses are ideal for those who want to get even closer to the sunny island.

We will be happy to help you find the right property in Felanitx with our experience and professional know-how. A home that matches your wishes and your budget. So that you too can soon enjoy the sunny island in your Mallorca property in complete relaxation.

Property types in Felanitx