Travel guide Sineu
Sineu is a municipality in Mallorca located in the center of the island. Due to its convenient location in the center, you can easily reach your destination from all parts of the island. From Palma de Mallorca
there is a railway line that leads through Inca to Manacor
. On the way, you will pass Sineu. These trains run hourly in both directions. Your holiday destination can be easily reached by bus from the surrounding villages. The nearest airport is in Palma de Mallorca and is about 26 kilometers away. Your journey to the holiday home or apartment can be quick and uncomplicated. Book a holiday home, a property, or a house now and feel fully comfortable at home. Many attractions by the sea await you not far from your holiday accommodation in one of the most beautiful regions of Mallorca. Here you can hike and relax!
Highly recommended in winter
A holiday with a pool in Sineu
in a suitable vacation rental or a spacious holiday home is highly recommended in summer! The bathing season in Mallorca begins at the end of May. In July and August, temperatures often reach over 30 degrees Celsius. Rainy days are more the exception than the rule. In winter, temperatures average a mild 15 degrees Celsius. To escape the German winter, some holidaymakers choose an accommodation or even a finca. Autumn really sets in only in November. Then the island is covered in lush green again.
Victory of the grill
Be sure to explore the culinary side of Sineu and Mallorca
during your holiday in a budget holiday rental or a holiday home! The cuisine here combines several influences. The locals use fresh ingredients and pay particular attention to their preparation. The grill is increasingly becoming a staple in the island's restaurants. Locals love meat and fish à la planxa/plancha. The influence of holidaymakers has also had an impact on eating habits over time. As a result, people here eat earlier than in other regions of Spain - starting at 13:00 for lunch and 20:00 for dinner. At cafés and restaurants, you will often find bread and olives served. Although beer is becoming more popular, Mallorca remains a wine country. Many local red wines are made from the Manto Negro grape. In summer, horchata d'Ametla (almond milk) is a popular beverage.
A huge farmers' market
Those who spend a holiday with their entire family in a holiday home or apartment often want to bring their four-legged friend along. A holiday with a dog or pet on Mallorca (center of the island) makes sense if you have found a suitable accommodation, villa, or even a finca. Check the offers and reviews and, if necessary, contact the landlord to get comprehensive information. A fantastic attraction for families is the large farmers' market, which takes place every Wednesday. Although this market is a tourist highlight, its offerings are not focused on holidaymakers. Amidst the hustle and bustle, you will find fresh fruit and vegetables, herbs, olives, handicrafts, and bags. There is also an animal market below Sineu’s center. But be careful: if you shake a cow owner's hand, they may think that you have bought the animal. On the island, a handshake still counts as a binding sales contract. The Serra de Tramuntana is a mountain range in the northwest of Mallorca. The same name refers to one of the island's six landscape regions, named after the mountains but extending slightly beyond the mountain area. Perfect for extended hikes.
Holiday Home, Apartment, Attractions
The most imposing building in the town is the parish church of Nuestra Senyora de los Angeles, with its impressive bell tower. The church was first mentioned in 1248 and was rebuilt in the 16th century after a fire. You can also find an interesting small church museum here. On the church square, you will find the Lleó de Sant Marc monument in honor of the town's patron saint, Saint Mark. The main square of Sineu is called Plaza des Fossar. You can relax in the many small cafés and enjoy the soothing atmosphere. Other sights worth visiting are the Convento de las Monjas monastery and the Casa Consistorial town hall in the former 18th-century Franciscan monastery of Sant Fracesc. Another attraction is the Molí d'en Pau windmill, built in 1870 on the outskirts of Sineu. Today, a restaurant is located within its premises. Not far from your holiday accommodation, you can visit Els Calderers, a former manor house that now belongs to the municipality of Sant Joan
. The ensemble now serves as an open-air museum, providing a fascinating insight into the life of the rural nobility 200 years ago. The chapel, wine cellars, and granary are especially worth seeing. The outdoor area features a forge, a dye house, a bakery, a laundry, and a carpentry workshop. At the highest point of the village, the old royal palace should not be missed! Book a property, holiday home, or house by the sea now according to your personal preferences and in one of the most beautiful regions of Mallorca. Privacy, relaxation, and pure comfort await you!