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Finca Morneta, Mallorca

Balearic Islands, Spain
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Morneta is the original name of the farmhouse that existed at the time of the conquest of Mallorca by King Jaime I of Aragon in 1229 and, as we can determine from the existing architectural remains in the buildings of the possesion, these could date from the second half of the 11th century, from the independent kingdom of Mallorca (first Taifa – Year 1076).

What's So Special About Finca Morneta?

Finca Morneta is an exquisite Mallorcan farmhouse estate, originally built in the 13th Century.

We’d call Finca Morneta the picture perfect venue for a romantic rustic countryside wedding in the Balearics. Located in the very heart of the Spanish island, just 20 minutes from Palma and Palma airport – making it an easy to get to destination for all your wedding guests travelling from abroad.

 

Recently renovated, Finca Morneta is designed specifically with events in mind.

With 2000m2 of stunning garden space, an outdoor tent with capacity for up to 400 people and three indoor rooms which emanate rich history, this Mallorcan wedding venue is quite the find.

 

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Morneta offers a wide range of possibilities to surprise your guests with different spaces/locations for each step of the wedding.

venue facilities

A/V Equipment
Bar
Bridal Suite
Clean Up Inc
Exclusive Use
Parking
Pet Friendly
Pool
LGBTQ Friendly
Child Friendly
Disabled Access

finer details

Exclusive Use
Yes
Ceremony / Reception Capacity
Up to 400
Accommodation On Site
Bridal Suite Only
Supplier Flexibility
Yes
In House Wedding Planner / Co-ordinator
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Catering
Recommended Supplier List (Optional)
Bar
Recommended Supplier List (Optional)
Alcohol
BYOB, Corkage Fee Applicable
Music
Permitted Inside & Outside + Live Music
Closed Periods
n/a
Furniture
No furniture included
Price
From €3,900

Flight Duration

1.30 – 4 hours, depending on departure point

Currency

Euro

Language Spoken

Spanish & Catalan but English is widely spoken and understood.

Vaccinations

n/a

Transportation

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).

Public Holidays

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...

location & details

Address

Poligono 14, Parcela 96, 07350 Binissalem, Balearic Islands, Spain

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