Villa Can Figueres

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  • SQM 410
  •  wifi
  •  A/C
  •  Pool

Description

Stunning luxury villa located in the mountains of Pollensa on the way to Lluc, with total privacy, beautiful landscape and mountain views. Located less than 6 km from Pollensa with its monuments, shops, restaurants and all services.
 

The exterior of the villa is rustic, with a beautiful stone facade, beautiful pergolas and thanks to the well-tended garden with all its flowers it is charming and colorful. Inside, however, it surprises with an impeccable modern and original style as well as functionality.
 

The villa has a large pool with removable safety fence for the children, if you have no children it is easily dismantled and the pool is fully integrated into the environment. In addition, there are several play areas for children, with swings and a trampoline. At the end of the veranda next to the kitchen is the barbecue and on the first floor there is an outdoor gym on the terrace with spectacular views.
 

Already in the villa, on the ground floor we find a beautiful entrance area of double height, which gives us access to the large and open living room with fireplace and direct access to the veranda, garden and pool. The living room connects to the large kitchen with dining area, behind which we find the independent utility room. On this floor there is also a large room with bathroom en suite.
 

On the first floor there is a living room, which is open to the entrance, and a large master bedroom with bathroom en suite, which can be shared with the next bedroom with a double bed if required. On this floor we also find the last double room and a shared bathroom.
 

The house includes a cleaning service 5 days a week. 

POLLENÇA 

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Pollença (Castilian Pollensa) is a municipality on the Balearic island of Mallorca. About 16,200 inhabitants live here and the proportion of foreigners was 22.9% in 2006. The municipality includes the towns of Aeròdrom Militar, Bellresguard, Cala Sant Vicenç, Ca'n Singala, El Vilà, Les Palmeres, La Font, Port de Pollenca and the town of the same name, Pollenca. Within the municipality, the population focuses on three main areas of settlement and most of the residents live in the main town of the same name, which is about seven kilometers from the coast, in Port de Pollenca and in Cala Sant Vicenç. The municipal area with a size of about 150 km2 includesthe entire Formentor peninsula. 

The city of Pollença, which is located in the fertile Huerta de Pollenca valley, surrounded by the mountains and a few kilometers from the coast, has a population of around 9,000 and is known as the "Capital of Culture of the North". This designation refers to the north of Mallorca, in which the place is located. The town owes its name to its many art galleries and the famous traditional music festival. In addition, the superficial appearance of the city probably contributes to this image: the ocher-colored quarry stone facades and the small, narrow streets as well as the beautifully decorated balconies give the impression that an artist was at work here.The city cafes, the seats of which are shaded by plane trees, further reinforce this impression - Pollença partly looks like it has been painted. 

History of Pollença 

The history of Pollença can certainly be called long: traces of settlements on the coast go far back in time. It is controversial when the place Pollença was actually founded. One of the most common assumptions, however, is that the inhabitants of a Roman settlement called Pollentia, which must have been close to what is now Alcúdia, resettled after its destruction and also brought the name with it. Another evidence of the old age of the town of Pollença is the layout of the city center.This has a Moorish influence, although many buildings were only built in the 17th and 18th centuries. 

Top 5 travel tips for Pollença 

The parish church of Nostra Senyora dels Angels is one of the most popular travel destinations for holidaymakers who are in Pollença and the surrounding area. It was founded by the Templars and later rebuilt in the Gothic Revival style. Inside, the works of an international group of artists from the 20th century adorn the walls of the church.

The church of Església de Nostra Senyora del Roser and the Convent of Santo Domingo are other must-see attractions: past a large park with lush vegetation, past an ancient water wheel and past a Gothic tower, one reaches south of the Placa Major to the secularized church Església de Nostra Senyora del Roser. This is connected to the Convent de Santo Domingo by a cloister. Inside the beautiful church you can admire a baroque main altar, a picturesque organ and the tomb of the hero Joan Mas, who played an important role in defending the place against pirates.In summer, the aforementioned Kreuzzanz forms the backdrop of a notorious music festival and the surrounding rooms contain the Museu de Pollença City Museum. Here, visitors are presented with pottery from the 15th century and some finds from Pollença's prehistory. 

The alms square Plazuela de L'Almonia is not far from the Església de Nostra Senyora del Roser church or from the Convent de Santo Domingo monastery: from Placa Major it is only a few moments to cross the Carrer del Temple, which is named after the Knights Templar and who bears their coat of arms to get to the Plazuela de L'Almonia.Here Vincenc Ferrer, who was later canonized, preached and here is also the famous Hahnenbrunnen fountain, which dates from 1827 and which is considered the symbol of Pollenca. 

The Casa Museu Dionís Bennàssar is also worth seeing. This is a so-called residential museum: the original furniture gives an insight into the previous life of the local painter whose name the house bears. Dionís Bennàssar was considered a member of the generation of artists who gave the place the title of 'Capital of Culture of the North'. In addition to sculptures, watercolors and drawings, it is above all Bennàssar's oil paintings that characterize the exhibition.

In addition to other attractions such as the Museu Martí Vicenc, the Pont Romà or the Puig de María, El Calvari is a must for every visitor to Pollença: exactly 365 steps lead up to the Calvary, which is considered the pride of the city. The start of the climb is north of the Plaça Major, near the town hall (Ajuntament). Once on the 113 meter high hill, visitors can inspect a chapel from the 19th century and a much older statue of the Virgin Mary that houses the chapel. You can also be amazed by the wonderful view of the city from up there.

Sports and leisure in Pollença 

Mon d'Aventura Day Tours offers tourist tours through the Cova de Coloms grotto: access to the grotto requires swimming about 100 m against the current of the sea. Due to the fact that many children and young people take part in the tours, there is also the option of being abseiled about 20 meters below ground: Above all, your offspring will feel like you are on the trail of Indiana Jones. 

It is also worth visiting Teixits Vicens: the family business, which has been in existence for over 100 years, invites you to discover the world of textiles. You can buy various textile items, but you can also take a free tour of the company's manufacturing facilities.This gives the visitor an insight into non-industrial textile production. 

Of course there are many other ways to spend your free time in Pollença. The service of your hotel will surely be happy to inform you about them and if you are lucky there will be a few insider tips, because Pollença is always good for a surprise. 

Top restaurants in Pollença 

A lot of restaurants can be found in Pollença. These have a wide variety of dishes. For example, there are many restaurants with local cuisine, but there are also many restaurants that offer national or Mediterranean and international cuisine. Some of the restaurants such asthe 365 restaurant or the La Placeta Restaurante have been awarded the 'Certificate of Excellence 2014'. Reservations are usually recommended and the dining options such as Manzanas y Peras not only impress with good food but also with excellent service and great family friendliness. 


Rooms

1 Bathroom, 4 Bedroom, 1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room


Amenities
  • Sleeping
    Bed linen, 1 Double bed, 6 Single bed
  • Cooking
    Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dishwasher, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Toaster, Water cooler
  • Heating/Cooling
    Air conditioning, Fireplace, Floor heating
  • Outside
    Private Balcony, Private Terrace
  • Entertainment
    Wireless Broadband Internet, TV (Satellite)
  • Sanitary
    Essentials, Shower, Towel-set, Washbasin
  • Laundry
    Clothes dryer, Washing machine
Facilities
  • Spa & Gym
    Unheated Outdoor swimming pool
  • Outside
    Charcoal grill BBQ, Private Garden
Policies
Children welcome, Smoking not allowed,Breakfast included, Housekeeper Included
Check in:
4:00 AM
Check out:
10:00 AM
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