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Els Calderers, Sant Joan

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  • The Els Calderers estate in the vicinity of St. Joan in Mallorca is released to visit with his Manor House for several years, after moving the owner to Palma. The rooms are equipped with valuable furniture and accessories with much love and down to the last detail and make a very neat impression. In a large barn lots of historical agricultural equipment and machines are combined with the grains and field crops, put together. The Mallorcan breeds of domestic animals in the outdoor area can be seen in old stables.
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  • I can only recommend Els Calderers. We were in December there and had the House all to ourselves. Wine tasting is also possible. Unfortunately, the Cafe was closed in December. It's really worth seeing and the exterior with various seating can be used well to switch off and enjoy the Sun in winter / spring. The € 9 admission are worth it.
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  • Even if you today can see many old country houses of the Majorcan nobility in the form of beautifully restored hotels, so this country house granted but still times a very different view on living and working in the 18.und 19th century before Mallorca was discovered by tourism. All the rooms are preserved in the original state of the time and can also the typical Majorcan animal husbandry be seen next to the old agricultural equipment, how it is carried out in some places even today. 9 euro entry are absolutely worth it, and you should take 2 hours to see it all.
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