With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the main house makes an ideal choice for larger families where the bathroom might be occupied at any given the time of day. The two other casitas have one bedroom each, their own bathrooms, and terraces that are perfect for relaxing after a day of sightseeing with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine.
Of course, the decorative elements of the Pollensa region should not be missing. There are a few different spots around the Mediterranean-style garden from where you can soak up the sea views.
You can also leave the stress of everyday life behind you and enjoy the rooftop terrace with a stunning swimming pool and BBQ area with a grill and outdoor kitchen facing the sea. Who would pass up taking a dip in the pool with a view like this to look at? No one will be able to resist!
ABOUT POLLENSA, 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.
Much beloved by the British in particular, this former fishing village is now a very attractive, family-friendly resort. It has a lovely long sandy beach lined by pine and palm trees, and a good array of cafes and restaurants.
Inland from the port, the charming town of Pollensa is soaked in historical significance and an authentic Mallorcan atmosphere. Its maze of Medieval streets houses several grand 17th and 18th-century homes that belonged to noble families, and it has an impressive church dating from around 1236.