The lands of Biniforani Nou have been looked after and worked on since time immemorial.
Its original name, Banu Furanik, dates back to Moorish times. According to historical documents, there was a rural mosque, and King Jaime I built fortifications in the 13th century. In 1413 the Dominican friar San Vicente Ferrer stood on a rock and preached to the workers of Biniforani.
The estate raised cattle and farmed the land, and produced olive oil especially. The old buildings had stables, houses for workers, a mill, a bread oven, its own olive-oil mill and even a chapel. In 1920 the old rural houses were extended and renovated and produced the site we see today.
The property and lands have belonged to our family since the 19th century, and we have been putting work into it and caring for it since then.
The work on the estate currently includes cattle raising and forestry, and olive oil production.
With all the charms of the countryside, the magical corners of these lands are steeped in family memories, tradition and customs. This small gem on the island of Majorca has filled the happiest days of our lives with stories, games and anecdotes.
We love this place where we have grown up and learnt. For years now we have been combining farming with tourist activity, and we are proud to be able to share our enthusiasm and dream with you.
We hope our guests find a home away from home here in Majorca and that while you are staying at Biniforani Nou you share our enjoyment and happiness.
We want our home to be your home. Welcome to the family!