Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
Burgues is set in an idyllic countryside location affording beautiful views across the open countryside to distant mountains it is hard to believe you are only a few minutes away from the long sandy beaches of Puerto Pollenca - you have the best of both worlds. The conservation area, Albufera Natural Park, is also nearby and well worth a visit for nature lovers, ornithologists and walking enthusiasts.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Palma|
|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, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (1)|
|Further details indoors|
Classically decorated throughout Burgues offers a really comfortable family holiday home. The front covered terrace opens into the spacious living/dining room with sofa seating area, complimentary internet connection, DVD player, Plasma TV with Satellite, dining area, original interior stone wall features and feature fireplace. Fully fitted modern kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, marble work-top and walk in Pantry. Side door to garden terrace and laundry room with washing machine.
Master double bedroom with en-suite shower room and two attractive twin bedrooms sharing one full bath/shower room.
|Further details outdoors|
The pool and gardens enjoy sunshine from morning to evening as this villa is south facing.The 10m crystal clear, mozaic tiled swimming pool has child friendly Roman steps surrounded by comfortably furnished, stone paved sun terraces with a grassed garden area.The covered front terrace is comfortably furnished with Rattan style furnishings and ideal for freshly cooked BBQ's.For your added convenience is a poolside garden casita with washing facilities.Enjoy country walks along the local pathways meandering in the verdant countryside.
The Mallorca/Majorca region
Mallorca is the largest of the three main Balearic Islands and has been undergoing a wonderful revival over the last 25 years. The island has reestablished itself as a destination rich in culture and offers visitors a diverse choice of unspoilt beaches, bustling towns and breathtaking scenery. The tranquil inland areas have many beautiful areas with traditional old farmhouses carefully restored as holiday homes, ranging from contemporary villas to grand countryside retreats. These properties present the opportunity to enjoy the calming ambience of the island, with space for friends or families to experience a holiday at a property with its own grounds, swimming pool, and of course a high standard of accommodation. If its beaches you're after then the South side of the island can't be beaten; the heritage protected beach and salt lakes of Es Trenc could easily be mistaken for the Caribbean, and the bewildering array of smaller calas (beaches) along the coast line will leave any visitor to the island spoilt for choice. The cosmopolitan town of Santanyi with its bustling street markets, charming Cas Concos and conveniently located s'Horta each providing the basis for some of the finest villas on the island. In the North of the island, Pollenca, Campanet and Buger have the dramatic backdrop of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, with its myriad of little villages nestling between its peaks. Great cuisine is never far away, with each village or town offering many interesting and unique restaurants serving local sourced ingredients. As the secrets of Mallorca are slowly unravelled, so its popularity increases.
Pollença is without doubt one of the most attractive municipalities of the Island. It was one of the areas where tourism first started, being the preferred destination of painters and artists since the beginning of the century. Pollença is full of contrasts because a large part of the "Serra de Tramuntana” is situated within its municipality. With its steep mountains and its deep valleys, which in many cases end in most beautiful and lonely bays, where the blue of the sea merges with the grey of the limestone rocks and the brilliant green of the pine trees. Here the cultural and artistic life never stops. There are many art galleries and beautiful handicraft shops. Throughout the year one can enjoy a variety of musical events, the most famous of which takes place in the Santo Domingo Cloister between July and September. Apart from the old town, the municipality of Pollença is also home to two coastal towns, the Port Of Pollença and Cala San Vicente.