Mallorca has a wealth of hidden cultural treasures ranging from art museums and concert halls to modern architecture and local fiestas and churches.In the house, you will find a book where we have gathered some information about many of the island's activities and you are encouraged to add to the book with your own recommendations and findings. Mallorca also has many nature parks (see Best Nature Parks in Mallorca) like Albufera, which is famous for its birds and water life.
The closest town is called Sineu, approx 2 km away (see Welcome to Sineu). Here you will find all necessary shops as well as a historical and very lively food, livestock and goods market every Wednesday (active actually since the mid 13th century!).
In the larger town of Inca (10 km) you will find many leather factory outlets (among these the popular Camper factory outlet) as well as full size supermarkets and prêt-a-porter shops.
The city of Palma is about 30 minutes away by car and 45 minutes by train (from the Sineu train station).
A 20 minute drive will take you directly to the beautiful and clean sandy beaches of Can Picafort and the less populated Platja de Muro (see Best Beaches in Mallorca).
Being so centrally situated on the island, you will also have the choices of visiting nice calas like Cala San Vicente (near Pollença) or Canyamel (close to Artá) within easy reach or even very deserted ones like Coll Baix on Cap de Menorca (a 30 minute steep walk from your car).
Ca’n Bovet can be best reached by car (see map below); head first for Sineu and then follow the map (sometimes showing Es Pinar).
Alternatively, you can take the train to Sineu and then walk (about 30 mins).