Caimari is famous for the olive oil produced there, but very few bother to visit the little village as the oil can be bought in many shops all over the island. The journey, however, is worthwhile, as Caimari marks the entrance to a hidden valley far from the beaten tracks where time stands still – if it was not for the Som 7: seven idyllic country and village hotels which have united to make this magnificent place known to a wider audience. The seven are the result of changing lifestyle of the farming community by the development of tourism.
The properties, partly the manors of the parents, partly village houses, could no longer be sustained by mixed farming. Therefore, the families followed the trend and changed their homes into country hotels with a lot of attention to detail. Every house has its own character and style, but what all of them have in common is the friendliness of the hosts and the romantic location with breathtaking views in the surrounding mountains. Most of the guests come here to relax and to get away from it all. But those who prefer more action, can go for long walks or cycling tours or play a round of golf on the golf courses nearby. The sandy bays of Alcúdia are just 20 minutes drive away and Inca is a good choice for a shopping tour.
The hamlet of Binibona is only kilometers away from Caimari and is home to three more hotels of the Som 7, which are in direct neighbourhood to one another.
Finally the last two „Som 7-Hotels“ are located high up in the mountains of the valley. Both enjoy perfect tranquillity and a romantic atmosphere, which is hard to match.
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The central region of Mallorca is one of the most beautiful and diverse areas of the island. Towns such as Bunyola, Inca and Santa Maria are worth a visit. […] Central Region of Mallorca