Located in the centre of Mallorca, in Costitx, Agroturismo Son Ginebró offers guests a wide range of options in terms of places to visit. Thanks to its location, where practically nowhere is very far away, Son Ginebró is perfect for those looking to discover new towns, forests and even beaches. Below, we have highlighted a few attractions you can SEE close to Son Ginebró.
A sanctuary discovered in 1894, where visitors can admire the famous bronze bull heads that date back to between the 5th and 2nd centuries BC. These pieces are a testament to bull worship, practised by the Talayotic people and that lasted through to the Roman period.
Dating back to medieval times, Sineu is the perfect place to stroll the streets and take in the picturesque buildings and the wide variety of cultural relics that dot its streets in the form of crosses or engravings. The Church of Santa Maria de Sineu and the monument to Sant Marc (The lion) are the most notable attractions in this town.
White, red and rosé wine has been produced by this vineyard since 1993. Book in advance to visit these facilities to discover first hand what life in the countryside is all about and how these wine producers live. And what better way to finish off your visit than sampling the estate's best wines. The perfect place to enjoy an interesting and different experience.
OAM stands for the Observatorio Astronómico de Mallorca (or the Astronomic Observatory of Mallorca). Located in Costix, it has been responsible for the discovery of countless asteroids, stars and heavenly bodies. It is dedicated to explaining how the cosmos works to visitors in the unrivalled setting its privileged location boasts. See the heavens like never before.
Inca, the second largest town in Mallorca, is located in the heart of the island, just a few minutes by car from Son Ginebró. Wander its streets and discover the wide range of shops, businesses, bars and hideaways that this wonderful town has to offer.