Comfort & elegance
Son Triay house is located at a high plateau of Menorca’s countryside, surrounded by 126 hectares of agricultural land, pastures and forests. Its quiet gardens are just a few kilometers away from south coast virgin beaches. This mansion is one of the best examples of neo-colonialism architecture, influenced by Palladio, a legacy of British domination in Menorca.
Before the 19th century it’s name was Binicalsitx, but after being burnt down by north african berber pirates in 1800 it was renamed as Son Triay.
In 1995 the house changed its use and became an agrotourism spot, keeping its original features, rural tradition and typical products manufacturing function.
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