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Property in Santa InésEnchantment among almond blossoms
The picturesque village of Santa Inés consists of a church, a supermarket, a few bars and a handful of whitewashed houses. If you are looking for a true rural idyll, and also fancy trying one of the island’s best tortillas, then you’re in the right place. Not only is Santa Inés one of the island’s best preserved and most charming villages, the tortilla served up in the restaurant Can Cosmi is famous far beyond the island’s borders.
The location of Santa Inés is unique
The village is set in spacious fields planted with orange, lemon and almond trees. Under the most beautiful blue skies, the green of the trees is radiant against the backdrop of the red earth. In Santa Inés, time mostly seems to stand still. The exception is in January and February, when thousands and thousands of delicate pink and white almond blossoms cover the valley like a blanket of snowflakes. In summer, make sure not to miss out on a visit the bar “La Puerta del Cielo” (Eng.: The Gateway to Heaven). The Bonet family couldn’t have thought of a better name for their quaint restaurant on the cliffs of Santa Inés: this spot, with its unique landscapes, really does feel closer to heaven. Just a few steps separate the restaurant from the abyss; off the coast lie the picturesque islets of Ses Margalides, and from the top of the cliffs there are fantastic views over to the islet of Conejera and its lighthouse. An overwhelmingly impressive backdrop.