Discover Campanet, Selva, Caimari and Moscari

Fall in love with the interior of Mallorca with our properties for sale in Campanet, Selva and Moscari, a magical opportunity to live on this idyllic island.


Campanet is a quaint small town in the north of the Balearic Island of Mallorca and around a 30-minute drive from the main city of Palma. In such a short distance from the busy tourist resorts on the nearby coast, this little town feels like it could be a million miles away.  The town has been inhabited since before it´s Roman occupation and was well known on the island for its industry of shoe production and agriculture.  In present day, Campanet is very much a residential town of approximately 2,500 permanent inhabitants and is a real find for the wandering tourist looking for authenticity. The town is very well connected to the neighbouring resorts of Alcudia and Pollensa and the local residents rely on both the relative tourism and construction industries of these towns as local industry is no longer in demand. 



The Unesco Protected Tramuntana Mountain range offers an impressive backdrop to the picturesque towns of Selva, Moscari and Caimari.  The location of these areas promises both relaxation and seclusion while experiencing a slice of a genuinely rural part of the island of Mallorca.  Various pockets of the island have experienced increased development whilst Selva and it´s neighbouring villages have retained its pre-tourist feel, making it a virtually unique proposition as a destination to invest in original building work.

The quaint small town of Selva was first written about in 1232, at which time it was labelled an Arab farm.  Its first classification as an inhabited town was around the 1300´s.  Its colourful history includes rebellions between inhabitants and invading bandits.  



Alongside its local neighbours of Caimari and Selva, the village of Moscari is frequently overlooked by tourist operators due to its size and assumed isolation.  This does not bother the inhabitants who enjoy a relatively peaceful village with the odd group of cyclists passing through.



Caimari, a small village made famous for its production of Olive Oil, sits at the very base of the mountains also offers a road both for cars and avid walkers to make their way through to the Monastery of Lluc, sitting majestically amongst the protective peaks of the Tramuntana range.

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