Cartuja Valdemossa House

Cartuja Valdemossa House

5 bedrooms, sleeps 10 guests

Located in Mallorca (View Map)

The monumental complex of La Cartuja de Valldemossa is located in the heart of the Tramuntana Mountains. This is an exceptional place chosen by King James II of Mallorca to build his summer palace. Mallorca finished dynasty in 1399, Martin I of Aragon ceded it to the Carthusian monks who lived there until 1835, when it passed into private hands with the seizure. This home-cell is located in one of the monastery´s corridors. It has exactly the real measure of a Carthusian monk house, 400 square meters and 120 meters of orchard-garden, which its neighbors were Frederic Chopin and George Sand in the winter of 1838-1839. Rubén Darío, Azorin, Unamuno, and Santiago Rusiñol Jovellanos spent time in La Cartuja.