Magnificent Luxury Villa
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Villa | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
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This is a beautiful privately owned luxury home on Pollensa Golf Course (www.golfpollensa.com) overlooking the greens with views to the sea, a short walk from the Golf Club, 1km from Son Brull Hotel/Spa, a short 3 mintute drive to the charming town Pollensa where shops, cafes and great restaurants abound, and a short 7 minute drive to a choice of wonderful beaches. You don't have to be a golfer to enjoy the wonderful peaceful surroundings, stunning views and proximity to all the area has to offer - good food, sun, beaches, historic sites and quaint towns with great shopping, beautiful nature walks, great cycling area, bird watching, golf, all manner of water sports and boating ... having so much fun can be exhausting so it's nice to have somewhere comfortable and luxurious to come 'home' to, if you can drag yourself out in the first place!
An upstairs lounge with stocked library enjoys the views from a fabulous picture window, the downstairs lounge has a large flat screen TV, satalite tv and DVD. The house is fully air-conditioned and has underfloor heating along with the inverter heaters for cooler months. The covered terrace is comfortably furnished and enjoys the wonderful views with plenty of sun, with electric sun blinds if there's TOO much sun. It has a gas Weber BBQ and outdoor eating area and also overlooks the huge private saline infinity pool and decked area, all of which gets plenty of sun. The terrace is gated so small children can't access the pool area. There is a small lawn below the pool deck where children can play.
All furnishings are top quality and made to measure by renowned decorator Paco Teran. The master bedroom boasts a large terrace and 2 of the other bedrooms have balconies.
Everything you need for a wonderful holiday!
A 15% discount can be had on the Pollensa Golf green fees if you are staying in the villa. Another wonderful golf course within a 15 minute drive is http://www.golf-alcanada.com/en/index.html and a guests can also enjoy a 10% discount at the wonderful new top golf course in Mallorca, Son Gual www.son-gual.com
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Palma de Mallorca 60 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Table tennis, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 2 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Cots (2), Dining seats for 12, Lounge seats for 9|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
The Balearic Islands region
Mallorca has become one of the most recognised holiday destinations in Europe, not only for its natural beauty and wonderful climate but also for the rapidly emerging luxury villa market and the number famous actors, sports people and members of the royal family who own property here.
Mallorcaâ??s landscape is one of the most stunning aspects of the island. The terrain ranges from the dramatic Tramuntana mountain range to the tiny coastal villages and bays that are dotted around its spectacular coast. A fine example of one of these areas is Puerto Pollensa with its sheltered horseshoe bay lined with beautiful sandy beaches and the Boquer mountain range as its backdrop. This area is renowned for having the best fish restaurants on the island.
This is not to say that Mallorca is simply a sleepy forgotten island. Palma is both a cosmopolitan and vibrant city while remaining essentially Spanish with much evidence of its Moorish heritage still intact. In true Spanish tradition its city centre is a bustling montage of shopping centres, modern boulevards and a wide selection of bars and restaurants.
With nearly 350 miles of coastline the water based activities on the island are numerous including water-skiing, sailing, wind and kite surfing, diving, kayaking ... the possibilities are endless. While the land based sports tend to concentrate around golf (with 21 courses on the island) numerous other activities are available and also a wide selection of spectator sports to enjoy.
Whether you are looking for a relaxing break, a romantic getaway or an active holiday Mallorca can offer it all.
At end of the Tramuntana mountain range and tucked between two hills, each topped by a sacred site, Pollenca is the perfect Mallorcan town. Large enough to avoid being twee but small enough to wander round in a morning, it has none of the feel of other towns which have succumbed under the weight of tourism. Foreigners have long been attracted here, but Pollenca has learned to accept and adapt to tourism without losing its soul. Cafe life is still the rule; if you want to join in, come on a Sunday morning when the Placa Major is filled with market stalls and the locals congregate after church to relax in the Cafe Espanyol. Restaurants abound including some of the best on the island with a variety to please all tastes and budgets.
Puerto Pollenca is one of the most popular family resorts in the whole of Mallorca and offers great activities, beaches, bars and restaurants to the visitors that come here every year. It also has a weekly market held on Wednesday mornings.
The five star Son Brull Hotel, just 1km from the villa, is one of the finest hotels on the island and boasts a wonderful spa to be pampered at. Situated in beautiful countryside, it offers a perfect blend of grand historical buildings, stunning interior design, a superb restaurant and of course the pool and spa.
Pollenca has many little boutiques and gift shops selling locally crafted goods from jewellery to ceramics, fabrics and interior decorations (try to visit the Pollenca fair in the middle of November if crafty fairs are your thing!). And don't forget the weekly market held every Sunday between 8.30am and 1.00pm.
Pollenca is hugely popular with walkers and cyclists thanks to its marvellous location in the foothills of the Tramuntana mountains. Coastal walks are also popular, particularly up towards the Cap de Formentor on the north-westerly coast of Mallorca - road cyclists love the twisty road that takes you to the lighthouse on the Cap or the challenging wind through the mountains to the monastery of Lluc.
Sailors are attracted to the area for the northern coastline and there are plenty of water sports at the beaches of both Port de Pollenca and Port d'Alcudia. Golf enthusiasts have several golf courses close by, and there are a number of horse riding centres in the locality too.
Pollenca is a delightful place to wander around. The town is filled with characterful lanes that wind around little squares, the main square, Placa Major is home to the 18th century Nostra Senyora Del Angels church with it's fabulous rose window and there are many other interesting historic buildings adding to its charm, like the Convent de Sant Domingo built between 1588 and 1616, the Pollenca Museum containing both prehistoric sculptures and contemporary art, the cloisters of the convent which are the venue for Pollenca's celebrated classical music festival and a wonderful yearly Art Fair, next to which lie the gardens of Joan March with its 17th century tower.
For art lovers the Museum of local artist Dionis Bennassar is loacted in a typical Mallorcan house and is filled with the painter's works and personal belongings.
The Pont Roma (Roman bridge) on the edge of town is another clue to Pollenca's long history and its name dates from the 14th century.
Another outing could be a walk up 365 cypress tree lined steps to the Calvari church on the hilltop of the town from which fantastic views up to the Bay of Pollenca and over the plains of Majorca can be enjoyed. The Calvari steps are the scene of a moving procession each Easter Good Friday, when a figure of Christ is carried down the steps by torchlight.
The Puig de Maria on the other side of town is a 330m high hillock on which a Gothic style fortified monastry sits. First occupied by nuns in 1371, it was abandoned for many years. It has now been restored and you can enjoy an invigorating half hour walk to the top for a deserving coffee with the best views around.
Or just hit the many wonderful beaches in the area and chill and soak up the sun! Puerto Pollensa, Cala San Vincent, Formentor, Alcudia ... all of these are well known top beach spots just waiting for you to discover them.
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