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The North of Mallorca in November: A magical time to enjoy nature, sport and much more

The North of Mallorca is an exciting destination for nature lovers and sport enthusiasts with many spectacular excursions including numerous hiking and biking routes of diverse terrain and various difficulty levels, even in November. In this blog, real estate agent Engel & Völkers Mallorca North, introduces you to two super properties for sale in the area as well as to some of the unique things to do during the winter season, including a number of places to visit, such as the fair held in the Santuari de Lluc monastery.

The North of Mallorca in Autumn is an Extra Special Destination

After the high temperatures of summer, many second homeowners in the north of Majorca, decide to make a visit and enjoy the cooler but pleasant temperatures on the island, which generally range between 12 and 18 degrees Celsius in November. Yes, it can rain in November and it can be much cooler but it can also be much warmer, and even warm enough to spend time on a beach and swim The Balearic Islands are in the Mediterranean and at least a few bright sunshiny days are practically guaranteed during a two week stay, and it will definitely be warmer than Central and Northern Europe.

- hiking Mallorca Norte

If you love hiking and cycling through beautiful landscapes filled with nature, the North of Mallorca is the perfect place to buy a property. There are numerous routes through the Serra de Tramuntana Mountain range that are simply spectacular and November is a perfect month to explore. In the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana is the Santuari de Lluc monastery, an important spiritual centre that dates back to the 13th century, dedicated to the worship of the Virgin Mary, Santa Maria de Lluc, the patron saint of Mallorca. Here, you have the opportunity to listen to the Blauets, a talented choir from the Escolania de Lluc school, and actually the second-oldest choir in Europe. There are also botanical gardens with around 200 native plants, and the Museum of Lluc with archaeological finds and sacred images. Also to discover is the sparsely populated municipality of Escorca immersed in mountain terrain, and the Puig de Major (1436 m), which is the highest mountain on the island, walk up the magnificent Puig de Massanella (1364 m) or Puig Tomir (1103 m) and let the views of the range in all her glory take your breath away.

- Ciclismo Norte Mallorca

On the edge of Pollensa town and a tamer walk for all the family is the local mount, Puig de Maria, a grand spot to relish sweeping views to the Port of Pollensa, Cap de Formentor and much of the northeast coastline and of course over the entire town of Pollensa. At the top is a 14th Century Chapel, dormitories and single cells for spending the night, a café/ restaurant and a recreational area with picnic tables outdoors, as well as a refectory inside. Other excursions in the North of Mallorca, considered worth visiting by Engel & Völkers, especially in November, include the rocky cove, Cala Boquer, found at the end of the Boquer Valley in Puerto Pollensa, the birdwatching centre and nature reserve La Gola, stop over to a wide variety of birds. Puerto de Pollensa is a fabulous, seaside resort for all the family, which has a fantastic marina, a traffic free promenade and a long sandy beach.

Homeowners in the North of Mallorca, get to enjoy the many diverse fairs and markets featuring typical island products. Well-known fairs include, for example, the Fira de Pollensa with a large craft exhibition, as well as the Fira de l'Arròs Pobler, where the main product is the traditional rice specialty 'Arròs Pobler.' Additionally, there is a market in Escorca with handmade products and the Pumpkin Fair in Muro, featuring an entertaining pumpkin competition.

If you are looking to buy a property in the North of Mallorca contact Engel & Volkers today November and the other quieter winter months are a great time for house hunting and for experiencing the winter happenings on the island. Looking for a standout townhouse? Real estate agent Engel & Völkers suggest you take a look at this brilliant 7-bedroom home for sale  in the North of Mallorca. The property features a large living room, a courtyard with a heated swimming pool, underfloor heating, and air conditioning. Make Mallorca your home and enjoy her winter secrets.

Wanting to buy a good quality, seafront property? Check out this impeccable apartment in Puerto de Pollensa with Engel & Volkers; the real estate agency looking out for your interests in the north. This beautiful apartment features 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a private terrace, and fantastic sea views. The fireplace in the living room being a great addition for making the flat home on the cooler winter days.

Whether one of the mentioned properties has piqued your interest or you would like to have a look at other properties for sale, Engel & Völkers Mallorca North is here to help you. Begin the change, right here, right now and live the dream!

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