– spacious villa designed as 3 interconnected units with 4 twin / double bedrooms (ie for 8 adults) with 2 adjoining shower-bathrooms, plus living room lounge (ie a building with 2 extra single beds plus 1 extra double bed; eg for 6 children or for 4 adult guests), separate kitchen-dining room, patio and swimming pool (see https://www.canbovet.com/villa)
Designed by Scandinavian architects Jarmund / Vigsnæs Architects (in cooperation with Albisu - Pradell Arquitectos, Spain), they focused on positioning the Ca'n Bovet project in the landscape plus using natural materials, to create this simple yet modern finca.
Woven into the Mallorquin landscape, Ca’n Bovet has all its rooms strung out on 1 level, for maximum privacy. The wide, open view, facing directly to the South, starts your day with the sun rising on the terrace, closing the day with a nice shady afternoon.
Local craftsmen have combined modern comfort with traditional skills through the use of bamboo, wood and local sandstone to create a feeling of well-being and ease.
The property used to be an old almond farm; the house is placed between this field and a green terraced hill of large pines. We've been careful not to damage any of the original pine trees and we have replanted some young almond trees to keep the landscape in the original form and planted various fruit trees. In Mallorca, almond trees blossom in February and it's a fantastic sight to see the whole island clothed in pinkish white.