Can Gelat Dalt is a 5 ensuite bedrooms villa which lies in a 20 hectares state, between the picturesque towns of Selva and Moscari, with vineyard, forest and Mediterranean gardens shared with another 5 bedroom villa, Can Gelat Baixwhich can also be rented together or separately.

The villa has swimming pool, tennis court, and a stylish decoration with unique hand-picked items, works of art from around the world mixing modern luxury with Mediterranean charm. 

There are five en-suite twin rooms (two single beds) of which there are 2 beautiful spacious master bedrooms with comfortable Schramm beds with crisp cotton linen. The Bulthaup kitchen has all the equipment you could possibly need and the rest of the villa comprises of a La Cornue stove, 2 lounge rooms, one with a pool table and the other with a cosy and high-quality cinema with a 4k projector screen. There is air-conditioning in all rooms, along with underfloor heating, a BBQ house with wood oven, a pergola with Italian lounge seats, the outdoor pool surrounded with wooden terrace, a balcony with a dining table, a shared tennis court with Can Gelat Baix, table tennis and natural stone benches.

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  • Sleeps 10 comfortably in 5 ensuite bedrooms. Or 20 if rented together with Can Gelat Baix

  • Distant sea views and mountain views

  • Private saltwater swimming pool

  • Natural gas and charcoal Barbecue in a separate BBQ house.

  • Outdoor dining table with room up to 12 people

  • Air conditioning in all rooms and underfloor heating

  • Large grounds with a hiking trail within the property to walk around the vineyards and fruit trees.

  • Tennis Court (shared with Can Gelat Dalt), basketball court, table tennis, and pool table.

  • Daily Housekeeping 

  • Laundry Room

  • Parking within the property



November to March - 5900€ per week

April - June - 8450€ per week

July - August  - 11900€ per week

September - October - 8450€ per week


Selva it’s a picturesque town on the foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains which create an impressive backdrop to an already attractive little village. It was King Juame II who first classified Selva as a town around 1300, since when it has experienced a colourful history. Recent times have seen Selva prosper as a proud and traditional community. Its isolation and size mean many tour operators, and therefore the tourists themselves, largely overlook it. For anyone searching for a traditional Mallorcan experience, there are few places better. The abundance of character and small village charm makes it a worthwhile excursion for anyone.

Selva is blessed with a privileged location near the mountains, and near the sea, but also an ideal starting point to explore the charming heart of the island with its tiny villages and buzzing farmer markets, the most popular being the Sineu markets each Wednesday, only 30 Km away, and Pollensa on Sundays only 20 Km away.

Surrounded by almonds and olive orchards, the area around Selva, Caimari and Moscari is the most important center of olive oil production on the island, and with this, it has develop in a somehow unexpected gatronomic hub with some of the most renown restaurants like Miceli in Selva, Ca Na Toneta in Caimari, Brut in LLubi, Ses Coves in Campanet and Santi Taura in Lloseta, who unfortunately has moved his restuarant to Palma very recently.

Along with great restaurants, and olive and almond orchards, come vineyards and wineries. Selva is right at the edge of the Binissalem wine country with some of the oldest wineries in Mallorca only a few Km away like Bodega Ribas in Consell, and also one of the most young and innovative like Can Axartell.


Its central location it's what make us love Sela so much as a cycling base, offering a great variety of great riding in any direction you go.

Towards the North you´ll find Pollensa and the North Coast with plenty of quiet country roads and great routes like the iconic Cap de Formentor. Heading right into the mountains you have Coll de Sa Bataia one of our favorite climbs on the island, and from there you can carry on North towards Pollensa, or South towards the epic Sa Calobra, and further South into Soller along the cuber and Gorg Blau Lakes and the Puigmajor climb, the highest paved road on the island. To the South you'll be riding along the foothills of the Tramuntana mountains in a constant up and down along gorgeous almond tree orchards and grapevines, and charming little villages with some of our favorite coffee stops, and also up the gorgeous village of Orient. Head East and you'll be surprised by the charming countryside towards the center of the island on beautiful backroads with incredibly good tarmac, a gentle undulating terrain, and the option of some great views heading up the Cura and Sant Salvador climbs.

A little too far from one of our favorite roads on the island along Deia, Banyalbufar and Estellencs, it makes for a great opportunity for a big day out on the bike, and great lunch by the sea after the ride, and shuttle back to the villa. We take care of all these little details so you can just relax, ride and enjoy.


Selva has develop in the last few years as a boutique travel spot and with it there's been a few great little rural bed and breakfasts opening in the area, and some of our favorite restaurants in the island, but it's also a great place to try to hiking, and activities by the sea if you wish.

  • Hike to the second highest peak in Mallorca, Puig de Massanella, which you can start just up the road near LLuc monastery.

  • Dine out in some of our favorite restaurants in the island like Miceli in Selva, Ca Na Toneta in Caimari, BRUT in Llubi, or Ses Coves near Campanet.

  • We could also organize some exhilarating guided activities on the coast like Coasteering, Climbing or Deep Water Soloing, or heading deep into the mountains and do some Canyoning. 

  • Charter a boat for half a day and explore the coast around the Formentor Peninsula or some hidden gems near Port Alcudia.

  • Visit some of the oldest and traditional wineries in Mallorca like Bodega Ribas, or some of the youngest and most innovative like Can Axartell.

  • Indulge yourself with a private Yoga class or massage that we can arrange to come to the villa.


Sa Llupia is a beautiful, luxury villa situated between the Tramuntana mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, in the picture-postcard village of Deià. Sleeping up to 8 guests in 4 bedrooms, this stunning villa offers luxury self-catering in a breathtaking location with panoramic views over the village to the mountains and sea beyond.

From 10650 euros per week


A beautiful home, lovingly restored to the highest standards, yet retaining the original feel, features, and style that makes this Mediterranean house so special.

Situated in the heart of the iconic village of Deia, it sleeps 8 people in 4 beautifully appointed bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms. 

From 5950 euros per week