Recommended exclusively for adults

Son Grua

In the north of the Island of Mallorca, in Pollensa, in the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range is Son Grua, a country estate of 267 ha with holm oak and pine tree forests as well as olive, carob and fruit trees, an orchard and sheep. Refurbishment of the house was done maintaining its original features and character. Member of the Historic and Unique Home Owners Association of Spain which is part of the European Historic Houses Association. The Island was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2011. Son Grua is located at the entrance of the Vall d’en March valley,  at the foot of the majestic Puig Tomir,  just 5 km from the old town of Pollensa and 12km from Puerto Pollensa.


The garden

One of the main characteristics at Son Grua is the magnificent garden designed in 1918 by the current owner’s paternal great-uncle and the famous Spanish painter Anglada Camarasa.

Within an area of 12.000 sqm, guests will find quiet spaces ideal for reading and relaxation. Nights in the garden are extraordinary as one can contemplate from a marvelous full moon to a sky full of stars illuminating the valley.


The guest rooms have been completely refurbished with quality materials, stylishly decorated with modern and classic furniture, and paintings from the  Pollensa School which create ample and comfortable spaces where our clients will enjoy beautiful views of the garden, the pool area and the mountains. All of this is accompanied by a personalised, family-like treatment to make your stay in the estate more enjoyable. 


Unique Spaces

Our wish is that our clients find Son Grua to be a place of peace and tranquility  where they can discover special corners indoors and outdoors. Inside the house there are spacious lounges with heaters and fireplaces as well as common areas opened to the stone-paved central patio, known in Mallorca as “clastra”. In the lush gardens there are numerous paths with benches where one can relax and contemplate the silent sunrises and bright sunsets, listen to the bleating of a flock of sheep or the sound of birds. For the more active guests we can also suggest short excursions inside the estate where they will be the only hikers.


The origin of the property dates back to Arab times in what used to be a farmhouse and where one can still see the aqueduct and remains of canalizations that were used to water the cultivated land. After the Christian conquest of Mallorca, the estate has been owned by numerous Mallorcan landowners and since the 19th century it has belonged to the Villalonga family

Gardens and orchards

The estate features its own orchard where tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, courgettes, and pumpkins are cultivated.  There are also fruit trees like orange, tangerine, lemon, pear, fig and pomegranate. Our menus are prepared using our estate produce. 

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Son Grúa is another way to look at life, where every client is unique and special. A place to get lost, to relax and enjoy the space, the silence, the tranquility, whether on your own or in the company of others.