Villa Alcudia Sol
Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 8
His beautiful three bedroom villa is set in the exclusive area of Bahia de Alcudia, only a short walk from the beach, restaurants and shops.
Set on two levels, the ground floor comprises a cosy living/dining room with Sat TV, a full fitted kitchen with compartment and a bathroom. A staircase leads to the first level comprising a master double bedroom with a full en suite bathroom including a hydromassage bathtub, 2 twin bedrooms, 1 shower room with hydro-massage.
Outside you can enjoy our barbecue and gazebo, also available is a private garden and parking.
To liven up your stay we have a Satellite TV Astra with hundreds of channels, and free pc available with internet access
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Playa de Alcudia 100 m|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Son San Joan 60 km, Nearest railway: Sa Pobla 10 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Further details outdoors|
Luxury Designer Bathroom & Large Shower Room
Fully equipped modern kitchen
Large comfortable lounge & dining area
On the day of arrival, the villa will be available from 15.00hrs. Earlier arrival is not recommended as this is when the general maintenance of the villa is carried out, although if you are due to arrive earlier please contact us and we can suggest places to go shopping, eat or even arrange an earlier arrival time.
On the day of departure, the villa should be vacated before 10.00hrs taking into account the fact that we have to carry out the general maintenance of the villa for the next guests. However, if you have a later flight please don't hesitate to contact us as we can look after your luggage while you enjoy the final hours of your holiday or in the event of the villa not having any other guests arriving on the same day, we may be able to arrange a later check out time.
The Balearic Islands region
Mallorca - The largest and most popular of the Balearic islands, Mallorca is set in the Mediterranean Sea off the east coast of mainland Spain. In both aesthetics and atmosphere the beautiful island of Mallorca is somewhat of a contrast. This contrast makes for an irresistible natural beauty. While the North offers dramatic mountains and rugged landscape the south levels out to pine-covered hills and windmill-dotted plains.
Thanks to its well-established tourist trade, Mallorca offers a wide range of activities and excursions. Activities include golf courses, safari parks, adventure playgrounds, nature trails, sea life centres and aqua parks. Popular sports on the island also include cycling, trekking swimming, sailing and waterskiing. With such a wide variety it’s safe to say ‘there’s something for everyone!
Despite great popularity and development, Majorca’s coastline remains an astonishingly beautiful place with secluded coves of soft golden sands.
The size of the island means that you are able to sample all of its beauty without having to spend the whole day in the car!
Whether you want to sun yourself in peace and quiet or live it up in the hot spots until the early hours, Majorca is just the resort for you.
Alcúdia, a town located on the northeast of Mallorca, is a splendid setting for nature lovers due to its 30 km-long Alcúdia today, different zones and surroundings. Alcúdia is today one of the most celebrated towns of Mallorca. It enjoys a privileged geographic location: it lies in the North-east of Mallorca, 54 km away from Palma, in a peninsula that separates the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença.
In its more than 30 km of coastline are pretty beaches with fine sand, steep cliffs and secluded coves of great beauty. This heavenly place did not go unnoticed to the cultures that inhabited the east corner and whose legacy can be seen even today. The Alcúdia of today is a calm place, equipped with the most modern infrastructures, inhabited by very diverse people and altogether build up a calm surrounding, ideal for resting.
As Alexandre Cuellar puts it in his book Cafè de Plaça: "(...) We could say many more things of this extraordinary town; we could still dedicate plenty of praises because it really deserves them. Every year we find new excellences, every year it gets a bit deeper in our hearts, every year we love it more"
Alcúdia, the historical centre and surroundings
The historical city of Alcúdia is the core of the borough of Alcúdia. Inside the mediaeval city people have been living for centuries and still today it is one of the most important towns. It is certain that the walled Alcúdia has remained too small to welcome the demographic increase and the successive migrations that have followed with the development of tourism since the 70's.
Because of that Alcúdia has been expanding its borders. Gradually the farming land outside the walls has become building plots able to welcome the increase of population. The areas that have already been developed , Ca S'Anglès, S'Hort of ses Barreres, Ca Na Saloma, Ca Na Ferrera and Sa Pilota have made the walls of Alcúdia go forward in a figurative way. In 2005 it is reckoned to be living outside the walls over 6000 inhabitants.
Port d'Alcúdia, from the beach to Alcanada
The other traditional inhabited area of Alcúdia is the one called Port d'Alcúdia, that includes the area that goes from the Alcudiamar Marina to Alcanada. Its heart is located in the small harbour where fishermen have lived for centuries . Its present appearance has been changing lately, it has been modernized but without forgetting its humble origins.
In the 50's the traditional life of this place was altered with the construction of the thermal power station GESA (still its two towers can be seen) and of the adjacent village of GESA. All this promoted a strong demographic and labour increase that was followed by the extension of the comercial harbour.
Following the coastline towards the North we find Alcanada, a calm and exclusive residential zone of houses, that recently has often hit the headlines with the construction during the year 2004 of a 18-hole golf course.
Platja d'Alcúdia, the coastline until the Beach of Muro
Platja d'Alcúdia is the zone that most quickly has developed and the one that reckons to follow on the same pattern. Hardly four decades ago this area was nearly a waste land, consisting of a long beach, a zone of dunes and some farming land. With the tourist and real estate development has been built up a strong hotel industry that today has a capacity of nearly 30,000 beds.
This district stretches from the beginning of Platja d'Alcúdia until Platja de Muro. Besides the coastline, it includes the zones of Maristany, Lago Menor and Lago Esperanza. It is indeed in these two last zones where the tourist boom began and also where the first houses of the district were constructed. An upswing that is still on and affects hotels, off-site services and houses.
The residential zones that face North
This is the area that takes up most land on the map but that also is the least populated. The North district is made up by the zones of Son Fe, La marina, Manresa, Mal Pas and Bonaire, where 1,100 people live according to recent data, 2005.
The morphology is varied. For example Son Fe is located on the road from Palma to Alcúdia. It was traditionally a small village of farmers that now has been transformed into a valley with nice houses.
Manresa however is located near Alcúdia town, washed by the waters of Badia de Pollença. This population centre rose up with the 70's economic boom. People of neighbouring boroughs like Sa Pobla or Inca found in Manresa the place to build their second homes.
Not very far away we find Mal Pas, also on the North coast of Alcúdia. Its origin is recent and it goes back to the last decades. It's a place where rich people of Palma built their second homes. At the moment the inhabitants of this calm and beautiful zone are more mixed, due to the increase of foreign tourists (mainly English and German) that have chosen this place as their summer residence. The marina of Bonaire or e the Crocodile has given this area a greater category.
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