Resilience Eco-House is a unique, ecological house located in the shade of trees, in the heart of the paradise Majorca, in the municipality of Sineu. It is only 30 km from the island's capital - Palma de Mallorca, 20 km from Manacor and about 15 km from Muro - one of the most beautiful beaches in Mallorca.
The advantage of Resilience Eco-House is experiencing nature at every step - the house was built with stone, earth, lime, straw, wood and glass, is powered by solar energy and uses rainwater. It can accommodate up to 5 people (including one extra bed).
In the ecological estate there is a cozy garden where you can slow down, relax surrounded by nature, birds and have a barbecue when you get hungry.
Resilience Eco-House is also a child-friendly place. The hosts have prepared a special play area and board games for them.
Every corner of sunny Mallorca is worth visiting. Tourists are attracted here primarily by crystal clear Mediterranean sea, as well as picturesque beaches, among which Sa Calobra deserves distinction, located among the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains. The largest concentration of unique monuments is Palma, the capital of the island founded by the Romans in 123 BC. The most interesting historical places include La Seu - a Gothic cathedral; The 14th-century Palacio Real de La Almudaina, now a museum; La Lonja - a gothic building of the commodity exchange; Museo Es Baluard - a museum of contemporary art; Castillo de Bellver; Jewish quarter and Arabic baths. Majorca has breathtaking mountains - the most impressive is the Sierra de Tramuntana, whose highest peak is the Puig Major (altitude 1445 m above sea level). It is worth visiting the island in search of charming towns, of which Valldemossa is of particular importance to Poles, where the famous composer Federic Chopin had his love story with the French writer George Sand.