With access to the sea, this villa is also nearby some restaurants and shops in the area. The front of the house is equipped with a large overflow swimming pool that can be heated and a direct access to the sea through a locked gate. Accessing the villa from this electric gate ensures complete privacy and a space to park one’s own vehicle when arriving. A large lawn covers a good half of the property and features large olive trees and mediterranean plants.
Through the main door is a secured door and shutters, security code in case one may want to use the alarm although this is not essential. On one side is a bedroom with 2 single beds and its ensuite bathroom. On the right side is an office with a desk and bookshelves, toys, table games and includes hi-speed WiFi and a printer if needed.
The rest of the ground floor hosts the kitchen to the left, a 3 room living room, dining room and bar, which all lead to a stunning terrace overlooking the infinity pool and sea views. Malpas is the ideal villa rental in Alcudia as it’s one of the most luxurious and private homes in the area. The house is made up of 3 levels with the ground level being the area to relax, socialise and the basement is where the wine cellar, home cinema, spa/gym are located along with the 2 service rooms and laundry room.
The 2nd level hosts 4 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and each room has its own view to the sea or the garden, and the tower level hosts the villas rooftop with its complete lounge setup including shading for a private spot.
ABOUT MAL PAS, ALCUDIA, MALLORCA
Mallorca is the largest of all the Balearic Islands with the most variety of landscape, mountain range and various cities from Palma the capital of Mallorca and the Balearic Islands. The island is vast with mountain range, large expansive valleys, countryside with fertile soils and above all, a choice of over 300 beaches of white sand beaches, pebbled beaches with crystal clear waters and some of Spains’ most authentic and charming villages.
Venture into the north of the island, and the diversity of the landscape becomes apparent. It’s a fresh, fertile, colourful region where the sea meets the mountains, and resorts catering splendidly to holidaymakers sit peacefully alongside traditional, historic towns and villages. From the north, one will be able to admire the coastline of Menorca and wonder to the very tip of Formentor.
Founded by the Phoenicians, the town of Alcúdia is believed to be the oldest city in the Balearic Islands. Defensive walls were constructed around the city in Medieval times, and these still stand, encircling the old town with its historic, narrow streets. Twice a week this town opens up with a street market where the locals sell their homegrown local produce, artwork and local food stalls.