Ca’s Xorc Luxury Retreat, Sóller, Mallorca
Balearic Islands, Spain
Travelling to the venue is both easy for your guests and picturesque. Fly from the UK to Palma de Mallorca Airport, then travel just a short ride (half an hour away) by car. We’d suggest recommending to your guests that they hire a car at the airport so that they can enjoy the panoramic views along Mallorca’s beautifully rugged coastline as they drive to the venue (they can pick up hire cars at Palma Airport). Alternatively, the nearest railway is home to a beautifully restored vintage steam train, the Sóller line, which travels through mountains and orange tree groves en route to Palma. The journey takes around an hour.
What's So Special About Ca's Xorc?
Perched precariously on a hillside, with jaw dropping views over a mountain range, a valley and out to the sea. Ca’s Xorc sits atop a hillside in the Tramuntana mountain range – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – between the towns of Deia and Soller in north-west Mallorca.
The finca dates back to the 18th century, when it housed an olive press, the remains of which can be seen in the sunken indoors restaurant.
Ca’s Xorc Luxury Retreat is a stunning location to celebrate your wedding, surrounded by rolling hillside, flowering gardens and ancient olive groves. We’d say this venue is quite the hidden venue gem and super easy for your guests travelling from abroad.
For your guests staying a while – The nearest beach is Port of Soller, a 10-minutes drive away from the venue. For a little more action, hike down to the romantic town of Deia or bustling Soller. Fornalutx, near Soller, has been voted ‘most beautiful town in Spain’ for a few years on the trot.
1.30 – 4 hours, depending on departure and arrival points.
Spanish & Catalan but English is widely spoken and understood
RENFE runs high-speed trains across the country and towns such as Madrid and Barcelona have their own Metro networks. Look for the green light if you want to hail a taxi in the street – Spanish taxis wont take more than four people at a time and they’re harder to find on Friday and Saturday nights. Most cities have plenty of buses with tickets available on board or at estancos (tobacconists).
All the big religious holidays such as Easter and Christmas, as well as Three Kings Day/ Epiphany (6th January), Labour Day (1st May) and Hispanic Day (12th October). Many of the regions have their own local public holidays, such as Balearic Day in the Balearic Islands (1st March)
Good Time to Go
Late April - Late October
good to know
Spain is recognised as one of the sunniest countries in Europe, with over 300 days of sunshine per year. That sounds like good odd's to us...
What Couples Say
We had our intimate family wedding reception at Ca’s Xorc and it was absolutely incredible. I dealt with Carina through email in the lead up & she was an absolute dream to organise an event with- so helpful and made the whole thing so easy & stress free. The venue itself is just indescribable, such a stunning setting for a reception. Our guests adored the whole experience. Food, wine & service were outstanding. Everybody was so friendly & attentive all evening. Could not recommend this venue enough. Absolutely flawless! It will always be so special to us.
What Couples Say
Best weekend of our lives. We hired the whole venue for our wedding. The views are magical…the photos don’t do it any justice, you need to visit there to see them for yourself!
Indigo and Carina are amazing!!
They will make your stay worth while.
Thank you both again.
Catherine & Justin
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