Can Joan Capó is the perfect destination for cycle tourists: the hotel is located close to many fantastic cycling routes and is equipped with everything cyclists need.
Guests travelling without their own bicycle can rent one of our eight hotel bikes. If you have special requests regarding your bicycle, we collaborate with a local cycling company. You can safely park you bicycle in our garage.
We are happy to give recommendations on the most beautiful paths and advice on which route fits best to your level of fitness and preferences regarding length and difficulty. The company Cycling Friendly, a specialist for cycle tourism in Majorca, awarded our hotel with a seal of quality for cycling friendly hotels and put together three amazing cycling routes for our guests starting at our hotel: see the routes here.
We will be happy to pack a lunch bag for you or to book a massage or a pressotherapy session to loosen the muscles after your tour.
The island of Mallorca is fringed with beautiful beaches and thus is the perfect destination for your beach holiday. The hardest part is to decide where to go: there are large beaches with diverse sports and entertainment possibilities, for example in Es Trenc, Playa de Muro, Son Real or Alcúdia as well as small, picturesque bays such as Cala Ca Na Clara, Cala Romántica or Cala Banyalbufar where you can find peace and quiet. Thanks to the central location in the centre of the island, Hotel Can Joan Capó is the perfect starting point – whether you drive to the north, the south, the east or the west, you’ll reach the Mediterranean Sea with its beautiful beaches. You’ll find all details in our beach guide.
We’ll be happy to borrow you a parasol and to prepare some small delicacies for a picnic on the beach. Not only on one of the secluded bays without gastronomic offer such a beach picnic with fresh regional products is a wonderful experience for your palate and soul.
Sineu’s main building is the parish church of Santa María de Sineu with her unique nave and several side chapels.
Further places to visit are the Ceramic Museum in the presbytery and “El León” – the winged lion statue made of copper sitting in front of the building. The lion, symbol for the evangelist Mark, holds Sineu’s coat of arms in his front paw.
The railway station which dates back to the early 20th century is home to the arts centre of the city, the “Centro de Arte de Sineu”. Regularly, expositions with contemporary art from well-known artists take place here.
Sineu’s weekly market with its food and vegetable stalls takes place every Wednesday and has become firmly established as one of Majorca’s trading centres since its inauguration by Jaime II in 1306. Today it is Majorca’s only market where living animals are traded.
The Hotel Can Joan Capó is located ideally to discover the island of Majorca: prime destinations, for example, Palma de Mallorca, Valldemossa, Puerto Sóller, Artá and Cabo Formentor, as well as beautiful beaches such as the famous Es Trenc, are easily accessible by car. We strongly recommend a trip with a Llaüt, the traditional Majorcan boat, which will give you the chance to discover Majorca from the sea. Sineu is located on the railway line that connects Manacor and Palma de Mallorca. You can thus travel by train to some cities on the island, for example, Consell, Binissalem and Inca.
Majorca is an island with unlimited possibilities for hiking enthusiasts and our hotel Can Joan Capó is the perfect starting point for your hikes: The mountains of Serra de Tramuntana lie only a few kilometres from Sineu, the coasts are easily reachable by car in all four directions of the compass and on our doorstep lies the beautiful and flat region Pla de Mallorca.
Explore the coastline at your own pace and enjoy the wide view over the Mediterranean Sea. Use your break for a refreshing bath and enjoy the sun whilst having a small picnic to regain strength. The island’s interior with its diverse landscape, the vast fields, the typical stone walls and the beautiful fauna and flora will calm your mind and brings the authentic Majorca closer to you. Make a stop at one of the many fincas and learn more about the real life on a typical Majorcan farmstead – don’t miss tasting the delicacies they produce! Climb up to the fantastic mountains of Serra de Tramuntana and enjoy the island’s unspoilt nature. When your eyes wander over the island you’ll know that you did everything right lacing up your hiking boots.