Casa Roel
holiday villa in Cala Serena, Mallorca, Spain


soaring over the world

Situated on the southeast coast of Mallorca beside the beautiful bay of Cala Serena is the luxurious property of Villa Roel. If you love the serenity of watching the waves roll onto the beach, this estate has what you’re looking for.

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a luxury holiday villa rental by the sea

A luxury villa with views across the sea inlet, where you can enjoy absolute privacy and tranquillity.  Casa Roel lets you experience life from the heart of the Mediterranean. The property, built in 2013, enjoys an elevated position with several terraces leading directly to the Mediterranean Sea. Casa Roel is particularly special as it has private access to the sea as well as a private mooring for yachts up to 25 meters.

The luxurious property offers more than 800m² of living space over three floors. Each of the six en-suite double bedrooms has been tastefully designed to ensure the utmost comfort and luxury.

If you want to step outside, the walls will move for you. The living and dining area’s glazed wall can be lowered completely into the ground, creating a seamless transition into the outdoor space. Here you can sunbathe and relax on the grounds, which cover more than 4.200m².

In addition to an indoor lounge with billiards and rooftop bar, which boasts stunning panoramas of the sea bay, Villa Roel also features a 3D cinema, outdoor whirlpool, fitness room, and sauna.


A stone’s throw from the capital Palma and the airport, Mallorca’s sunny south & east have beautiful beaches and sleepy authentic inland towns, as well as lively resorts and watersports galore. Except for the resorts of Arenal, Can Pastilla and Cala d’Or, this region has a less touristy vibe than the southwest and is more geared towards experiencing relaxed fishing villages and long stretches of coastline backed by pristine nature reserves.



This small and traditional, yet upmarket, town is nestled within the countryside but is still within easy access to some of the island’s most breathtaking, unspoilt coastline. Wednesdays and Saturdays see the usually sleepy village come alive with what is considered one of Mallorca’s best and liveliest street markets.

Cala d’Or

With its Ibizan-style white buildings, the resort of Cala d’Or is centred around the five pine-fringed coves of Cala Gran, Cala Ferrera, Cala Esmerelda, Cala Llonga and Cala Serena.

Colònia Sant Jordi

Colonia Sant Jordi is blessed by its proximity to several major natural attractions. In particular, the 3km long unspoilt beach of Es Trenc, the national park and marine reserve of Cabrera, which is an archipelago of small islands offshore, and Mondrago National Park.



  • Charter a private sailing boat with captain and lunch on board
  • Charter the luxurious motor yacht Kiney from Cala d’Or
  • Bonaona (surf, SUP, wind & kite surfing)
  • Sunrise or sunset hotair balloon ride – Manacor
  • Rafa Nadal Tennis Academy and Museum – Manacor


  • Artà Caves – Artà/Capdepera
  • Drach Caves – Porto Cristo
  • Dinasaur Park – Porto Cristo
  • Pearl factory visit – Porto Cristo
  • Salt flats by the famous Es Trenc beach


  • Prepare a traditionally made paella from scratch
  • Market tour & traditional cooking workshop


  • Ponderosa Beach Club – Playa de Muro
  • Shiva Beach Club – Llucmajor
  • Mhares Sea Club – Llucmajor



  • El Gaucho, Cala Rajada – Good and informal Argentinian parilla (grill) restaurant with good quality steaks as well as other menu items such as pizzas, foccacias, etc.
  • Bistro Badia at Carrossa Hotel, Artà – An informal setting, with fresh and healthy Mediterranean cuisine in the north of Mallorca.
  • Forn Nou, Artà – This cosy hotel in the town of Artà has a good – but small – restaurant, with a rooftop dining option in summer.
  • Restaurante Es Racò d’Artà, Artà – Es Racó d’Artà is something special – a stunning wellness-oriented retreat – and its restaurant serves sustainable, health-conscious meals, drawing from the estate’s organic garden, fruit and olive trees, and its vineyards; what can’t be grown on site is sourced from local “zero-kilometer” suppliers.
  • Porxada de Sa Torre, Canyamel – This historic restaurant set in an ancient olive mill is famous for the high standard of its traditional Majorcan cuisine, and, above all, for the star dish “porcella” (suckling pig), made on a natural holm-oak tree wood fire. The pigs are raised on the same farm of the restaurant, which is a perfect example of fresh and natural cooking you can relish sitting at a table of Porxada restaurant.
  • Andreu Genestra at Hotel Predí Son Jaumell, Capdepera – Michelin Starred. Starting with organic fruit and vegetables grown on the Son Jaumell estate, Genestra and his team create sensational tasting menus.
  • Voro at the Cap Vermell Grand Hotel, CanyamelAlvaro Salazar directs the kitchens of VORO, which currently has two Michelin stars, and is based around 2 tasting menus. VORO with 22 services and DEVORO with 17 services. In addition, there is a wine list with 300 national and international references.
  • Restaurante Can Simoneta, Canyamel – A restaurant with a beautiful location on a cliff boasting superb views. Surprising cuisine that combines the flavours of Mexico and Mallorca.
  • Port Verd del Mar, Son Servera – Spectacular location right on the sea, this restaurant serves a mix of international and Mallorcan dishes.
  • Es Celler, Petra – Characteristic Mallorquin cuisine, which captures traditional Mallorca in its agricultural memorabilia and vaulted sandstone ceilings.


  • GRÁ, Santanyi – the first plant-based Irish pub on the island with great Sunday jam sessions and roast dinners.
  • Es Cantonet, Santanyi – a small, carefully designed menu showcases Mediterranean cuisine with an Asian influence.
  • Laudat, Santanyi – A romantic setting with a fabulous terrace, serving high-quality Mediterranean fare.
  • Cal Reiet Restaurant, Santanyì – Holistic 5* Yoga and Wellness retreat just 5 minutes from Santanyì, serves up a plant-based restaurant, which takes care of your mind, body & spirit.


  • Katagi Blau, Arenal – Asian dishes with local Mallorcan ingredients and uncomparable views over Playa de Palma. They host regular summer sunset evenings with DJ and a special tasting menu including drinks.
  • Il Gambero, Llucmajor – Great ambience and good quality Italian right on the town’s square.
  • Sea Club at Cap Rocat, Cala Blava – Located at the 5-star Cap Rocat Hotel, this is the perfect place for a relaxed alfresco lunch beside the sea. Divine sunsets and modern Mediterranean flavours.
  • La Fortaleza at Cap Rocat, Cala Blava – An extraordinary and impressive area intended for only 30 diners.


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Villa Details

property type Sea front villa
property id 561/2014/ET
Check-in Hour 16:00
Check-Out Hour 12:00
12 guests
6 bedrooms
6 bathrooms
800 m2

Villa Features

Air Conditioner
Indoor Fireplace
Wireless Internet

Villa Location

Cala Serena, Mallorca, Spain


  • A rock waterfall
  • Lagoon-style pool, heated on demand 
  • Expansive gardens
  • Indoor gym
  • Billiard table
  • Sauna and Rain showers
  • Outdoor Jacuzzi
  • Access to the sea


  • Sea access to a jetty to swim or board a yacht
  • More than 4,200 m² of an outside area with rock waterfall, lagoon-style pool, and gardens
  • Indoor lounge with billiards, bar, and imposing view of the sea bay
  • 3D cinema
  • Fitness room with sauna
  • Pool Bar with dining space outdoors


  • Daily cleaning service
  • Concierge service on request
  • Event spaces to hold weddings or private intimate events upto 30 guests
  • Daily maintenance of the gardens and swimming pool
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Price info per week

Low season price
€ 18,750
High season price
€ 33,600
Minimum no of nights
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