Son Valentin is a large Mallorcan finca, or country house, on the North-West coast of Mallorca, approximately 20 kilometres from the capital, Palma, and thirty-five minutes from the airport. The property covers some 210 hectares and has private access to several nearby beaches. It is located in some of the best scenery on the Island, close to the towns of Banyalbufar and Esporles. The house itself, which looks out over a forested hillside towards the sea, has a gross area of 2,900 square meters and is in process of rehabilitation of the roof, facades, shutters and stone terraces. It is approached along a private drive, about 500 meters off the Palma to Banyalbufar road. The building has a central courtyard and includes an original defense tower. The main living rooms face the valley, with farm buildings at the rear. The rooms are tall and spacious, with a lot of light, and would lend themselves well to adaptation to either a private mansion or a hotel. There are also a number of useful outbuildings. The terrain slopes towards the sea and is largely covered with pine and oak forest. Approximately one quarter of the property consists of olive and almond groves, laid out on stone walled terraces. The coastline is of pebble beaches, sheltered in small coves and edged with woodland, and is reached by a private road with parking near the shore.