Enjoy second to none living in a dream lifestyle. Be your most royal self at one of the best villas on the island. All while partaking in an unforgettable Menorcan countryside experience with friends and family.
Covering 1500m2, The Yellow House is the epitome of Mediterranean style and comfort.
The charming villa is guarded by tall pine and beech forest stretching over 300,000m2. Besides, you have private access to the three best beaches in Menorca, voted among the top ten in the world:
- Cala des Talaier
- Son Saura
- Cala en Turqueta
As such, Villa Mallaui is an excellent choice for private events and holidaying away from prying eyes.
ABOUT CALA DES TALAIER, MENORCA, SPAIN
Menorca is the perfect escape for a truly relaxing holiday.
Known for its endless white-sand beaches and turquoise calas lined with pine trees, the island looks like the setting for a Disney fairytale.
Menorca is the most family-oriented, picturesque, and tranquil of the Balearic Islands.
You can walk through the capital of Mahon, which is perched on a bluff overlooking a large harbor. You can admire the Georgian mansions and a church with 13th-century roots here.
A good highway links Mahón with the older town of Ciutadella (the former capital) on the opposite side of the island. There’s also plenty to see in Ciudadela, such as an imposing cathedral, partly dating from the 14th century, plus a slew of elegant palaces and medieval churches.
The outdoor fun options are countless in Menorca.
The island has water parks, water sports, cycling and hiking routes, golf, fishing, and more if you want a more active holiday. It is blessed with around 46 sandy beaches, plus a few rocky and pebbly beaches, many of which are beautiful small, deserted coves for you to explore.
Don’t forget to try the local cuisine.
Fresh seafood is the order of the day in the local restaurants. Try the island’s signature dish, ‘caldereta de llagosta’, a beautiful lobster stew, which the local fisherman originally prepared on their boats.
Menorca is also known for the famous Mahon cheese and locally produced Gin Xoriguer. Back in the 18th century, Menorca started the production of gin on the island to satisfy the demand from the British sailors.
Hosted at The Yellow House, you have an excellent starting place to visit Menorca and sample all of these delicacies.
Beyond The Yellow House one can easily accessthe central road system, 15-min drive from Ciutadella, 20-min drive from the airport, 10-min drive from Santa Eulalia and private access to 3 best beaches in Menorca; Cala des Talaier, Son Saura and Cala en Turqueta (all voted top-10 beaches in the world)