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Els Calderers, country state at Sant Joan, Mallorca
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Old country state placed next to Sant Joan, a little village at the heart of Mallorca. It can be visited, the huge building offers classical XVIIIth and XIXth centuries perfectly restorated furniture and rooms, with a lovely feeling. The building is dated next to year 1750. You can enjoy traditional island's meals and a nice garden and indoor yard to relax and get the peace of mind.

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Uploaded: 05/07/2013
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Tags: els calderers; sant joan; mallorca; island; property; mediterranean
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