Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Villa Maria View is only approx 2km from the outskirts of the historic town Pollensa yet countryside location. Villa is set back off the road Pollensa to Alcudia surrounded by extensive grounds, with easy access to the beautiful beaches of Cala St. Vincent and Puerto Pollensa nearby.
A sweeping driveway takes you down to the Villa. Two steps lead you to the front door which enters into an open plan entry and to the right brings you into the spacious lounge/dining room with its high ceiling with beams. French door leads off the lounge to the garden area.
Leading off the dining area door opens into the enormous family/country style fully fitted kitchen, with its American breakfast bar dividing the kitchen. Situated behind the breakfast bar is a large breakfast table and chairs. Directly off the Kitchen is a separate utility room. Two sets of French doors lead out from the kitchen directly onto a terrace, covered BBQ, with pool adjacent.
French doors from the lounge/dining open directly into the super large covered purposely built BBQ zone, comprising of stone BBQ, separate wash bowls and preparation area, absolutely a wonderful corner for entertaining or al fresco eating - day or night. From lounge-Dining, BBQ and kitchen the pool can be viewed, ideal for keeping an eye on small children.
An archway on your left from the entry takes you through to the bedroom quarters which comprise one complete bathroom with shower over the bath nicely decorated in beige marble, twin bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a door leads from this bedroom directly out to the pool, a further twin bedroom with fitted wardrobes, double bedroom with freestanding wardrobes and private en suite shower room. French doors from this bedroom opens onto two steps that lead down to the pool and finally the Master double bedroom with door opening out to the garden area, there is an archway that leads through from this bedroom into a small separate area with fitted wardrobes, and to the right of the robe area, into the private shower en suite. Note. All bathrooms have heated towel rails.
The beautiful pool with small lawns on three sides is situated at the back of the villa capturing sun most of the day due to its location facing south, also commands stunning views of the countryside beyond, including the Puig Maria with a “glimpse” of the quaint old town Pollensa beyond. Having a covered terrace and BBQ adjacent to the pool is perfect for those who like to keep in the shade.
Villa Maria View is not only recently built, yet the owners have taken care not to lose the ambience of our Mallorcan traditional style preferring to mix classic furnishings with just a “ touch” of modern décor here and there, in order, not to lose its traditional style, without doubt a “ charming “ Villa not only set on extensive grounds, yet ideal location for the possible wine connoisseurs in your party or you simply run out of wine as you sit enjoying the sun go down on your terrace, don't worry! - your local vineyard is a mere short walk away across the road from the front door of Maria View.
**Please ignore Google Earth location this is the closest town from the villa**
The 2nd week half price offer is not applicable to this villa.
Please note that this property's availability is on request. We will contact you shortly after booking to confirm. We recommend booking your flights after the villa has been confirmed.
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|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, Table tennis|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 3 Family bathrooms|
The Mallorca/Majorca region
Holiday Villas In Majorca
Mallorca, also known as Majorca, is the largest of the Balearic Islands and is located in the Mediterranean Sea; with its vast amount of beaches, green countryside and well renowned resorts, it is the ideal destination for families, couples and groups alike. Our portfolio of properties covers everything from cheap villas in Majorca to luxury villas in Majorca, so you can be sure that you will find whatever kind of accommodation you are looking for.
Mallorca is perfect for a Villa Parade holiday all year round. Our villas in Mallorca are ideally located throughout the island in key resorts and offer you the perfect opportunity to make sure that you get the best out of your holiday, no matter how diverse and wide ranging your interests and tastes are. If you are looking for a holiday destination that not only provides you with plenty of warm weather, but somewhere that boasts plenty of culture and history to explore, Mallorca is certainly it.
When you choose to stay in our villas in Majorca you will have a whole host of activities available to you within close distance should you decide upon trying them. With so many award winning beaches located throughout Mallorca, you could easily find yourself not only relaxing in the sun but participating in anything from scuba diving to fishing, the sky really is the limit. Something that Mallorca certainly has in abundance is festivals; fiestas ranging from traditional religious celebrations and sporting or golfing events take place from January to December and are a great way to spend your days and nights in Mallorca. And, no matter where you are staying, what you will notice that during a stay in our Mallorca villas is just how friendly and hospitable the local residents are towards those enjoying villa holidays in Majorca. A great community spirit is felt throughout all of Mallorca's festivals; visitors are always encouraged to join in with any festivities, and it is a great way to discover much more about the island and its traditions.
If you enjoy nights out then you are sure to find a resort that suits your needs; whether you are looking for a night of dancing or just a relaxing night socialising with friends and family, Mallorca certainly has something to suit you. Our villas in Puerto Pollensa are located close to beaches and atmospheric bars and restaurants, making them ideal for family Villa Parade holidays. If you enjoy sports you will find that Mallorca has plenty of clubs and facilities for you to carry out your leisure activities, or of course, try something new! Cycling is one of the many sports that Mallorca is ideally suited to; not only does it contain some of the most ideal terrain such as rolling hills, scenic coastal routes and great road conditions but also has extremely low car traffic. If you enjoy Golfing you will find several courses that not only offer great facilities but are also set back in wonderful locations. You could easily find yourself enjoying a round of golf on a fairway surrounded by olive trees!
Mallorca certainly is an ideal holiday destination for those that enjoy food and drink, depending on your preferences you will find everything from everyday snacks to traditionally sourced and cooked dishes. Throughout the island you will find restaurants, bars and cafés to have wide ranging and diverse menus; most dishes are prepared with locally grown ingredients, ensuring your meals and snacks taste just as you would imagine; authentic and mouth watering.
Choosing accommodation such as our villas in Cala Dor or villas in Cala San Vicente will offer you the freedom to explore the island at your own pace and get the best out of your holiday. So, should you be considering staying in one of our villas in Mallorca you will now be able to see just why the island is so popular and just why visitors return year after year to enjoy villa holidays. With plenty of fabulous beaches to escape to, historic market towns, and enough entertainment and activities to keep you entertained all holiday long, why not make Mallorca your next holiday destination?
The countryside around Pollenca Old Town and Puerto Pollensa is amongst the most stunning and picturesque in the Mediterranean. Lush green dramatic valleys, litterered with grazing mountain goats and sheep and beautiful rural famrland hillsides dotted aournd picturesque monasterys and farms are the typical view from your garden here. The great advantage here is that you are only within 5-10 minutes drive of supermarkets, restaurants and bars of the old Town and Puerto ollensa shoudl you wish to drag yourself away. Choose one of our private villas or farmhouses here to appreciate this stunning lcoation and be the envy of your friends.
Pollença Old Town is a peaceful and tranquil town that remains very typically Spanish. It is four miles from the coast, nestling between two hills at the eastern end of the Tramuntana mountains. Pollença itself is indisputably pretty. Historic buildings with ochre roofs, sun-baked walls and wooden shutters line the narrow and twisting medieval streets. There are pastel-painted houses in the centre and Moorish water mills on the outskirts. It's also a haven of sleepy Mallorcan traditions - café life and the siesta roll on here as they always have. The heart of the old town is the central square, Plaça Major, where there are many café-bars and fine restaurants. Pollença also has lots of galleries of Mallorcan art and design, and a town museum. The most famous walk in Pollença is up the 365 steps of the tree-lined 'Calvario' - the Calvari Hill. There is a tiny church at the top with amazing views over the town and across wooded valleys to the sea
Puerto Pollensa is host to long sandy beaches that curve around the bay and are divided by breakwaters and so are ideal for children. There are also a number of small, natural, sand and pebble beaches to explore. The atmosphere in Puerto Pollensa is relaxed with no loud discos or nightclubs, but a fine variety of open-air cafés, restaurants, boutiques and shops.
Taste: Pollença old town boasts some of the best restaurants on the island. From traditional Mallorcan to international cuisine, each has its own blend of atmosphere and tradition. 0
Weekly Market: It's especially lively in Pollença on market day, every Sunday morning, with stalls selling fruit, flowers, local crafts, clothes and household goods.
Discover: Pollença is nestled between two hills. One of these hills is Puig de Maria with an 18th-century monastery perched on the summit - a walk to the top is well worth the effort for spectacular views over Pollença and down to the sea.
Supermarkets: Large SYP/ Eroski Centre situated just off the main Pollença to Puerto Pollença, plus two in the town centre.
Villaparade first discovered the unspoilt Pollença region twenty years ago and fell in love with the wonderful countryside all around - from the dramatic mountains to the lush valleys. Since then we're very proud to have built up a collection of some of the finest holiday villas and apartments in and around the area. Our principle resorts are the historic medieval town of Pollença and the sheltered sandy bay of Puerto Pollença which are detailed on the following pages.Other areas of the Pollenca region in which our villas are located are:
Cala San Vicente, another of the best-kept secrets in the North of Mallorca. It's a quiet and relaxed resort surrounded by mountains with pine-covered slopes that run down to the sea. The sparkling blue waters and the three sandy coves are very child-friendly. The spectacular countryside here is also ideal walking country, popular with ramblers and painters.
Bonaire is an exclusive residential area on the peninsula around the bay of Pollença towards Alcudia with a pretty marina called Puerto Cocodrilo and a lovely sandy beach called Mal Pas. Son Serra de Marina with its appealing marina and sandy beach is 8km from the larger resort of Ca'n Picafort which shares the same sweeping bay as Alcudia. Ca'n Picafort's lively but friendly and relaxed atmosphere is ideal for families and couples.
The regions of Pollença
ternelles valley: a lush green valley to the north of Pollença old town, and has a lane eventually running through to the ruined castle, Castell del Rei, high up in the mountains.
la font: an upmarket countryside residential area on the outskirts of Pollença old town within walking distance.
puig maria: the 18th•century monastery with its' tiny restaurant of 'our lady of the puig' dominates Pollença old town. The famous walk is well worth trying one morning or late afternoon.
son toni: small established private setting with countryside and beautiful rural farmland views.
colonya valley: a beautiful and dramatic valley, with sheep grazing on the lower slopes and mountain goats up on the higher rocks.
crestaix: residential area with villas with large gardens off leafy avenues and with mountain views.
font xica: a rural area halfway between the medieval town of Pollença and the beach and marina at Puerto Pollença.
pontarro: a peaceful, sparse residential area, several minutes away by car from the old town of Pollença. It gets its name from the Mallorcan word for bridge.
marina: a very quiet rural area with pretty villas near the golf course.
son roger: a quiet and largely unspoilt rural area between Pollença and Alcudia.
boquer: a picturesque rural area with dramatic mountain views on the edge of the beautiful Boquer valley and is also a prime area for seeing rare birds.
siller: a residential development just inland from Puerto Pollença, at the foot of the Cala San Vicente mountain within an easy stroll of the sea and the town.
gotmar: another quiet residential area within walking distance of the beach and sea at Puerto Pollença.
seguinot: an area of gentle and lush countryside with lovely
open mountain views close to Puerto Pollença. llenaire: a residential development next to the sea just around the bay from Puerto Pollença, towards Alcudia.
almadrava: in the heart of the countryside with open views around of the distant Tramuntana and Formentor mountains.
xanet: a countryside location where the villas are well spaced apart and have wonderful all•round mountain views.
can bregat: in the countryside high above Pollença with beautiful sweeping views over farmland to the Albufereta marshes nature reserve, and to the sea at Puerto Pollença.
barcares: a tiny fishing harbour with shingle beach and incredible views very near to Alcuida's medieval old town.
alcanada: a picture postcard area of incredible coastline views and beautiful scenery with an 18•hole championship golf course and a fantastic restaurant "La terraza".
bonaire: a small residential area with a pretty marina and lovely sandy beach called Mal Pas on the peninsula.