Can Torna is situated on the outskirts of Esporles, in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana Mountain Range. Just 20 minutes from the Airport, 15 minutes from Palma and in close proximity to some of the most beautiful beaches and villages on the world famous North- Western coast of Mallorca.
The Serra de Tramuntana Mountain range itself, which bears down on the finca (farm) and surrounds us on all sides has been host to thousands of years of agrarian lifestyle in and environment with scarce resources, people had to adapt and transform the terrain. The area was given World Heritage status in 2011 by UNESCO citing the millennia of feudal agriculture and infrastructure development as historically important and due protection from the encroachments of a bourgeoning tourist industry on the island.
The Serra de Tramuntana mountain range which characterises the area offers visitors a diverse range of world class activities; from historical and agricultural tours, wine and gastronomic experiences to hiking, climbing and cycling as well as some of the most beautiful coastline for swimming and diving that Mallorca has to offer. Being a year round destination with over 300 sunny days a year, the mountains offer a slightly cooler climate than the rest of the island in the summer due to the altitude while picturesque snow-capped peaks are not an uncommon sight in the winter.
While Can Torna offers our guests a secluded atmosphere in the heart of some of the best natural surroundings that Mallorca has to offer, it is within easy access of Palma and surrounding villages. Esporles is just five minutes from our gates and offers a number of restaurants, shops and bars. The village itself, like most in the area, is characterised by its stone faced architecture and beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Slightly further afield you will find ‘The Famous Three; Soller, Valdemossa and Deia, all of which offer spectacular gastronomic experiences and are world renowned for their displays of culture, history and seaside location on the sheer slopes of Mallorca’s Serra de Tramuntana mountains.