History

Ses Rotes was originally the smaller house on the Canet Estate. Extending along the Esporles valley, it dates back over 200 years. The fertile soil of the land around Ses Rotes was used as allotments for the inhabitants of Esporles to grow their own vegetables. Since the mid 1900’s, with an extensive breeding program of Spanish horses, there has always been more horses than people enjoying the land & living at Ses Rotes.

In the late 1960’s, the Ses Rotes Estate came alive as a venue for parties on a Friday & Saturday evening.  With a huge restaurant, a disco and riding arena, it was the perfect setting to enjoy a typical “Fiesta Andaluza” in the countryside.  On a night, you would regularly see up to 500 people, a mix of locals and tourists, enjoying the Horse Show, feasting on meat cooked on the Asado and dancing into the early hours of the morning.  As the tourism in Mallorca evolved, so did Ses Rotes.  The horses remained, but the parties became more private and it was known as one of the best venues on the island for large celebrations.

History

Ses Rotes was originally the smaller house on the Canet Estate. Extending along the Esporles valley, it dates back over 200 years. The fertile soil of the land around Ses Rotes was used as allotments for the inhabitants of Esporles to grow their own vegetables. Since the mid 1900’s, with an extensive breeding program of Spanish horses, there has always been more horses than people enjoying the land & living at Ses Rotes.

In the late 1960’s, the Ses Rotes Estate came alive as a venue for parties on a Friday & Saturday evening.  With a huge restaurant, a disco and riding arena, it was the perfect setting to enjoy a typical “Fiesta Andaluza” in the countryside.  On a night, you would regularly see up to 500 people, a mix of locals and tourists, enjoying the Horse Show, feasting on meat cooked on the Asado and dancing into the early hours of the morning.  As the tourism in Mallorca evolved, so did Ses Rotes.  The horses remained, but the parties became more private and it was known as one of the best venues on the island for large celebrations.

Estate

In 2017 we were lucky enough to purchase Ses Rotes.  Since then we have been focusing on an extensive redevelopment encompassing the land and buildings.  With our experienced team, we have creatively maintained the heritage of the estate in the new Ses Rotes.

By planting 6 hectares of vines & creating new horse paddocks, the land is flourishing & back to its best.  Through our range of wine, the legacy of the fiestas at Ses Rotes lives on – but in a more personal way.  The work we have done to improved the equine facilities has brought foals into the world and allows showjumping horses to develop.

About us

The family relocated from the UK to Mallorca in 2010.  Emelie was a professional show jumper in both Sweden & the UK and has been involved in horses from a very early age.  Dan has always been involved in the hospitality sector.  In London he managed groups of pubs, restaurants & hotels and in Mallorca he created an events company specialising in cycling.

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