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Chic Mallorcan mountain finca with fabulous views

Hidden corners and terraces perfect for unwinding set things off a treat at Ca’s Xorc. This away-from-it-all hilltop hideaway has sensational views over Mallorca’s Sóller valley and the mountains.

Come Here For...
  • A top Mallorcan mountain finca. Honeymoon stays – it's a fabulously romantic setting.
  • Celebs on the guest list.
  • Heart-thumping views down to the sea.
  • Golfing – there are four courses close by.

Hit the spot
High above Sóller and the sea on Mallorca's west coast.

There's a heated cliff-edge infinity pool and a hot tub in the lemon groves, expansive terraces for breakfast and al fresco suppers – all with wonderful views. There's also a candlelit dining room, a farmhouse kitchen and various lounge areas where fires are lit on cool evenings.

Good to know
Do book as early as possible. You may find the narrow hairpin bends up to Ca's Xorc a little daunting.

Essential info
Check in
Minimum Stay
Closed November - early April
There is free guest parking. Be ready to negotiate the narrow hairpin drive uphill.
Palma – 35km
Welcome, though Ca’s Xorc is not best suited to young children.
Carretera de Deia, Sóller, Mallorca, 07100, Spain


Rooms and suites
12 rooms and suites

Special features
Rooms epitomise Mallorcan chic with antiques, crisp white linen and sleek bathrooms. All have satellite TV, a minibar, safe and aircon. Five of the Deluxe rooms come with a fireplace for cooler nights and a balcony or terrace. The Vista rooms also live up to their name.

Pillow Talk
Splash out on a Deluxe room and you get a private terrace or balcony – some with 360 degree views – together with a fireplace.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Try Ca’s Xorc’s signature paella at lunchtime and dine at night on the inventive dishes conjured up by talented head chef Guillermo Moya Igarza, in which local specialities are the star. Opt for the à la carte or the six course tasting menu, set off by an extensive Mallorcan and Spanish wine list.

Imaginative dishes include carpaccio of Sóller prawns with rocket salad and pesto, ricotta icecream and shaved parmesan, and tataki of tuna served with fig marmalade and soy sauce. Finish off with four kinds of chocolate or maybe pineapple soup with coconut icecream. Be sure to book your table well in advance, they get snapped up very quickly.

Breakfast is served until 11am, either in the farmhouse kitchen with its open fireplace, or out on the sunny terrace. The spread includes delicious juices, cheeses and home-baked breads.

Room service
Available any time.


See & Do
Spend a morning exploring Sóller – you can even walk there along the leafy Deia-Sóller footpath – and board the old wooden train for a ride to Palma. You can also take boat trips along the coast from here. A tram trundles along the seafront, where you can enjoy the evening passaeo.

The pretty village of Deia – made famous by the writer Robert Graves, who penned I, Claudius while living there – is still something of an artists’ colony. You can walk down the rocky path leading to a pebbly cove far below, where there’s good snorkelling and a couple of little beach cafes. Much-visited Fornalutx is another pretty spot in the Sóller valley. Of course, you may simply want to laze by the pool with a couple of paperbacks.

Book an aromatherapy massage and bliss out by the pool.

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