The closest you can get to nature and the beautiful, lush countryside of the Tramuntana mountain is the former monastery, converted into a luxury hotel, SON BRULL.
This retreat or rural sanctuary is imbedded into vineyards and situated in the north of Mallorca, just a few minutes from the picturesque town of Pollença.
You can feel the long history of spirituality and the meditative atmospheres. The sound of the cicadas and the ancient walls of this estate fill you immediately with a sense of tranquillity.
Overlooking the lush landscape, with centuries-old olive trees from our terrace makes a perfect contrast to the sapphire blue, modern pool of the hotel terrace.
The contrast of ancient structures, modern design and contemporary interior make a holiday at the SON BRULL a perfect retreat to rewind and reenergize.
Starting with a freshly squeezed orange juice in the morning using oranges from the hotel garden. A home-made breakfast with only agricultural, local products is the perfect start for your day. Whether you are going for a swim at the nearby beaches or visiting the many natural sites, like for example the Cap Formentor, there is much to do to all day long in nature.
Even the pool side doesn’t gets boring, as you can book a massage with sea salt and lavender Oil (also from the hotel garden) or just intense your tan through a steam bath in between catching the sun.
A match of tennis is possible on site or a hike in the surrounding nature. Taking a sundowner from the pool terrace is a perfect place to finish the day.
Their culinary offers are a mix of homemade, local products, ancient recipes from the island villages and a team of chefs who create something very unique with these ingredients. Whether you are enjoying a casual dinner in the hotel’s bistro or at the fine dining restaurant 365 you feel and taste the purity from each ingredient. Of course accompanied with a glass of matching, very often Mallorca wine. Not to forget to mention that the house wine of SON BRULL that comes in red, rosé and white is delicious by itself.
And in case you wonder why the restaurant’s name is 365? That is because the former monastery was known for its 365 windows, a perfect outlook for every day of the year.