Finca Comassema, Mallorca
Try to take a moment to step aside with your new husband/ wife during the big day, and if it’s to be held at finca Comassema we recommend stepping aside at some point during the evening, just to glance over at your guests from afar, basking in the day together. It’s at this point you’ll notice a sky full of stars, and from this spot, whilst nestled amongst the mountainous terrain, it’s nothing short of spectacular.
What's So Special About Finca Comassema?
Finca Comassema is located in Orient, a pretty little village hidden deep in the Northern Majorcan mountain range, the Serra de Tramuntana, which was awarded World Heritage Status by UNESCO in 2011 under the Cultural Landscape category as an area of great Physical and Cultural significance.
Comassema is a 100 year old, typical Majorcan Possessió (country estate), 4.73 square miles (over 3000 acres) of Possessió to be precise. Traditionally this land was dedicated to oil and agricultural production.
One of the benefits to this exclusive use Mallorcan finca is the variety of space available to you..
- CLASTRA (Traditional Mallorcan Courtyard) with views of the Orient valley, the perfect spot to hold your ceremony & post ceremony aperitifs.
- – SAFAREIG landscaped gardens, an outdoor space with a capacity of up to 400 guests.
- – SALONS consisting of 6 consecutive rooms with a total length of approximately 38 metres and with an indoor capacity of up to 250 guests.
- – DISCOTHEQUE with 2 floors, interior balcony and landscaped garden area.
Ease of location is always key for a destination wedding, set just 38 km from Palma de Mallorca and 41 km from Palma de Mallorca Airport.
Price from €4,300. Use our contact form to request a quote from the venue and more information.
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Finca Comassema is home to the third largest ‘Safareig’ (traditional Mallorcan open water reservoir) on the island.
2-3 hrs dependent on departure points.
Spanish. English is widely spoken & understood.
Public transport in Mallorca is good. Trains & Busses are available from Palma. Renting a car here is also an easy way to get around.
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
April - October
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