6 fincas for sale in Santa Margalida

neighbouring villages:
finca in Santa Margalida

Santa Margalida, Stately country house with sea views and great potential near Santa Margalida

820 m²

150.000 m²


€ 4,600,000.-

finca in Santa Margalida new

Santa Margalida, Fully equipped newly-built finca with panoramic sea views and 100 percent barrier-free

396 m²

24.800 m²


€ 1,600,000.-

finca in Santa Margalida with Holiday license

Santa Margalida, Seaview finca near Santa Margalida with holiday renting licence and an excellent build-quality

250 m²

21.750 m²


€ 1,490,000.-

finca in Santa Margalida sold

Santa Margalida, Finca on a large plot with panoramic countryside views to Alcudia

220 m²

28.000 m²



finca in Santa Margalida 360º

Santa Margalida, Newly-built Mediterranean finca with pool and sweeping views near Santa Margalida

278 m²

15.124 m²


€ 620,000.-

finca in Santa Margalida sold

Santa Margalida, Comfortable country cottage in quiet surroundings of Santa Margalida

180 m²

11.000 m²




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About Santa Margalida and surrounding area:

The northwestern town of Santa Margalida with its 10608 inhabitants (2006) and its town hall has the well-like summer locations of Can Picafort and Son Serra de Marina directly on the coast.

The region around Santa Margalida was inhabited very early in history and has interesting features of the Talayot culture. There are also interesting findings from the roman and arab invasions. The church of Santa Margalida was founded in 1232 and mirrors the history of this town.

Santa Margalida lives today from tourism and from its traditional agriculture. Its picturesque landscape is one of the nicest of the island.