9 properties for sale in Santa Maria del Cami

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finca in Santa Maria del Cami

Santa Maria del Cami, Outstanding country house in an absolutely beautiful location

600 m²

9.000 m²

6

€ 2,295,000.-

finca in Santa Maria del Cami with Holiday license

Santa Maria del Cami, Traditional Majorca country house between Santa Maria and Alaro

354 m²

14.000 m²

5

€ 1,750,000.-

house in Santa Maria del Cami

Santa Maria del Cami, Elegant 19th Century Manor House on the edge of Santa Maria, partially refurbished

1.012 m²

3.448 m²

5

€ 1,500,000.-

house in Santa Maria del Cami

Santa Maria del Cami, Modern bright house in a calm and quiet area of Santa María

290 m²

21.300 m²

3

€ 900,000.-

finca in Santa Maria del Cami with Holiday license

Santa Maria del Cami, Friendly finca with a touristic renting licence near Santa Maria

136 m²

1.400 m²

3

€ 375,000.-

finca in Santa Maria del Cami

Santa Maria del Cami, Beautiful building plot in Santa Maria with a natural-stone finca for development

140 m²

2.600 m²

3

€ 320,000.-

apartment in Santa Maria del Cami

Santa Maria del Cami, Mallorcan-style apartment in the centre of Santa Maria with sun terrace and pool

111 m²

2

€ 310,000.-

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About Santa Maria del Cami and surrounding area:

Santa Maria del Cami is a town at the foot of the Tramuntana with around 6500 inhabitants. The town lies in a fertile plain, and is distinguished by its authentic Mallorcan charm.

The village "on the road"

Santa Maria del Cami was once a rest stop along the old Roman road that connected Palma with Pollentia; hence the nickname "del camí" or "along the way". Today's highway bypasses Santa Maria, so the town has, despite its excellent transport links, plenty of peace and quiet. The name of the village dates back to the parish church of Santa Maria, which was first mentioned in records in 1216. The massive nave and the magnificent Baroque façade was built in the 18th century. The blue brick church tower is visible from afar and with the silhouette of the Tramuntana Mountains in the background portrays a beautiful postcard image.

Iglesia Santa Maria del Camí

Iglesia in Santa Maria del Camí

A sightseeing tour

Santa María del Cami is also connected to the railway, so many visitors start their tour at the old station. Here you find a striking historical railway station clock that stopped long ago. But since the watches in Santa Maria del Cami go a little slower anyway, it seems not to bother anyone. Around quiet roads and lanes you find the modest houses of recent construction, yet stunning properties from the 17th and 18th century can be found as you approach the centre of the community. Around the 17th century town hall with its attractive sandstone facade there is everything you need to live. An alternative to the supermarket is the weekly market held every Sunday at the Plaza Nova. Located in the town centre you find the 1682 convent building which is worth a visit. It was once cultivated by the Minimes order, known for their for extreme abstinence. The monks dressed exclusively in black and subsisted on bread, fruit and water. The now abandoned monastery now houses a museum of local history. Visitors can expect one of the most beautiful cloisters of Mallorca.

Tradition is the key

Today, Santa Maria del Cami is known for its concrete production, which plays an important role in the construction industry of the island. In the 19th century the town was a major centre for the textile industry. It has produced the very popular island-style fabric pattern, the so-called "robes de llengos" up until the current day. It is a cloth that has been traditionally used for curtains. Blue patterns are woven on a white background, reminiscent of the tongues of a flame ("llengos"). Meanwhile, the fabrics are available in various colour combinations. Interior designers are using them as covers for furniture or wallpaper patterns.

A rich gift of the earth

Agriculture also plays a large role in the tradition-conscious community. The fertile triangle between Consell and Binissalem and Santa Maria del Cami is known for its exquisite wines. Under the protected designation of its origin, "Binissalem" is grown here among other indigenous varieties such as "Manto Negro" and "Callet". The results are best tested at a wine tasting event in the winery "Macia Batle", which has its headquarters in Santa Maria del Cami. Originally built in the 19th century, the winery is among the largest on the island and has produced numerous award-winning wines.

Calle principal

Calle principal

A village for explorers

So far, only very few tourists get lost in the tranquil village at the foot of the Tramuntana. Only among cyclists has the secret spread as the little used dirt roads are ideal for elongated sprints. Especially in the spring when the roadside is lined with flowers, the cultural landscape reveals its charm. Peace and a functioning village community are enjoyed by the inhabitants of Santa Maria del Cami throughout the year. The location is perfect for families who want to raise their children in a safe and tradition-conscious environment. In addition to all the country lovers, urban souls would not feel neglected in Santa Maria del Cami, as in just 20 minutes, you reach to the bustling island capital of Palma.