This beautiful, 4-bedroom estate offers afternoon escapes and romantic getaways in accommodations featuring a harmonious blend of traditional Mediterranean elements such as stone-flagged floors and wood beams, combined with modern décor and lavish furnishings.
Let the relaxing tones of cuckoos and cicadas, the southern song of the nightingale, and the sound of warm Mallorcan wind lull you into a state of perfect serenity.
Spread across three floors, the villa offers one of the most charming and serene indoor and outdoor settings. A step inside feels like a home away from home. This unique property is full of history as the original turret dates back to the 13th century.
In the past, people would have used the small slotted secret windows to signal to similar lookout points in the area to warn of potential attacks. Guests will marvel at the panoramic views of the mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. A truly memorable experience is inevitable! There’s plenty to explore in the region, so this villa has a self-catering option, meaning you can eat what you want, when you want, without missing out because you’ve got plans.
Whether you’re planning that big family holiday or celebrating a special occasion with friends, Son Balagueret is ideal for large groups. Four gorgeous bedrooms can accommodate up to eight adults. There’s also an additional day bed for that extra guest. One bedroom is located in the villa’s signature turret, with a curved stairwell leading from a shared bathroom on the lower level, through to the first-floor sitting room, and on to the upper-level bedroom.
The outside of the property has many seating areas for relaxing during the daytime. A large outside terrace leads to a private salt-water pool (12 x 5.5 meters) overlooking the sea, a perfect spot for outdoor entertaining. Son Balagueret shares Son Bunyola estate with its two sister properties, Sa Punta de S’Aguila and Sa Terra Rotja.
ABOUT THE AREA
The estate’s nearest village is Banyalbufar, just a 10-minute drive along the scenic coast road. Here, you will find a charming town center, a pretty waterfall, and the historic tower Torre de Ses Animes built to protect from pirate attacks in the 16th century. There is also a good selection of cafés and restaurants to choose from.
In the area of winding village streets and historic agricultural systems, there is the working fishing port of Es Port de Canonge and many coves and beaches for sunbathing and swimming, including Cala Banyalbufar, Es Corral Fals, and Son Bunyola.
It is also worth visiting one of the local wineries famous for the Malvasia grape variety.