Sa Torre Cega is abeautifull villa with botanical gardens and a sculpture park. Sa Torre Cega is owned by family of March and was built in the early 20th century. Villa was built in Modernist and Regionalist styles, in the beautiful spot on the coast of Cala Ratjada. Sa Torre Cega was built on the site of an ancient watchtower, which was called the “Torre Cega” (Blind Tower) because it was not visible from the other watchtowers.
The estate was start to built in 1915 by famous architect Guillem Reynés Font. Reynés was one of the most notable architects of the early XX Century. The house had a few reforms, one by the architect Guillem Forteza Piña, and another by Bartolomé March Servera. Reforms were done to modernise the interior and add some Mediterranean taste. At this time famous Sa Torre Cega gardens came to life.
Sa Torre Cega has a central courtyard and is composed of three floors and a tower on one side. The building is surrounded by gardens. The beautiful Mediterranean garden is home to arround 40 works by noted Spanish, Catalan and Latin American sculptors.
The gardens was destryed by heavily storm in 2001, but The Bartolome March Foundation have reopened this wonderful house to the public.
Visits are available by reservation only and consist of a guided tour.
For reservation, visit http://www.fundacionbmarch.es