The architecture of Sa Boleda is a fine example of the social and agrarian structure of Majorca many years ago. Near the houses you can find the remains of a talaiotic (prehistoric) village as well as an Arabian qanat.

Sa Boleda is a good place to set off on a cycling tour, as there are lots of rural paths nearby. If you want to visit the past, you can go to other country estates such as Son Real, that has a necropolis on the seaside or Son Serra de Marina, with an untouched talaiot and virgin beaches.

Santa Margalida is the closest village. There you can visit the recently restored church or you can browse for bargains at its market, held on Tuesdays and which offers local products. Muro, Petra, Ariany , Artá and Sineu are other nearby villages with interesting buildings and museums.

You can practise water sports in Alcudia Bay and Pollensa and there are golf courses in Pollensa, Aucanada and Capdepera. The Nature reserve of S'Albufera, of great ornithological value, is fifteen minutes car driving from Sa Boleda.