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Hotel Rural Son Jordá in the small village of Ruberts, in the heart of Mallorca, is a fully renovated 15th century convent. Here you will be able to enjoy your holidays and relax surrounded by history, harmony, nature and peace and quiet in a rural setting and with the calm you were looking for. The rural settlement of Ruberts was declared an asset of cultural interest in 2010. Its crossroads, its small church and its remains of the Tayalotic culture stand out. Their degree of preservation is very high since they haven't been affected by mass tourism.
Discover what to see and do
we recommend the following visits and activities
Taking advantage of the island’s clear skies there is a Zeiss "ZKP3 Skymaster" planetarium, with the capacity to project the stars that can be seen from any point on Earth.
The privilege of being in the centre of the island enables us to reach any beach quickly. We are less than 25km from the beaches of Alcudia or Pollensa.
Mallorca is one of the great golf capitals in Europe. Play your favourite sport in unique surroundings. We recommend the Son Atem Golf Course in Llucmajor, 17 km away from Palma and 12 km from the Son San Joan airport, it has two 18 hole golf courses: the East and West.
You won’t find a more ideal place for this sport than the peaceful tracks in the heart of Mallorca. The centre of the island has lots of interwoven roads that will enable you to enjoy its ideal landscape and climate.
Discover the enchanting corners and enjoy the clean fresh air of Mallorca. Follow the trails of the centre of Mallorca. Its mountains, pathways and spots with views of the Mediterranean make up the ideal surroundings for all walkers.
The landscape of the centre of Mallorca is impressive with its wealth of shapes and colours. Feel nature on a horse riding trip.
This settlement was intensely occupied until the late Roman period, but the main Talayot is much earlier: it was built in the 9th century B.C and had an abrupt end a few centuries later. Located in the valley of the same name, it is found on a hill, close to one of the floodbanks of the Torrent de Pina and surrounded by some elevations that enclose and hide the valley.