- SQM 684
This stunning, secluded villa is a sprawling and super modern property, located between Alaró and the enchanting town of Santa Maria del Camí, with its wonderfully original flair. There are well-stocked supermarkets as well as bars and great restaurants. Although Santa Maria is located inland, the beaches in and around Palma are easy to reach by car. The prestigious residence is surrounded by an equally well-kept and elegant outdoor area from which you can enjoy the wonderful Mediterranean nature.
Even from the inside, the elegant villa leaves nothing to be desired.Floor-to-ceiling windows and doors provide views and access to the expansive outdoor space, and the layout is open and spacious with several lounge areas and an elegant living room with fireplace. The dining room and kitchen are beautifully designed. High-end appliances, marble slabs and beautiful pieces of furniture make the kitchen an exciting place. This impresses, among other things, with a cooking island, where you not only prepare culinary delights, but also sit and chat wonderfully Here you can prepare all the yummy little things that you need for a barbecue and then transport directly outside to the outdoor kitchen ,
The double bedrooms or suites are modern and comfortably furnished, each with a super chic bathroom en suite.The decor is exclusive and of noble materials, the atmosphere is well maintained, bright and friendly. Best conditions for sweet dreams. But the villa still has a surprise in store, a cross-vaulted spa with jacuzzi, sauna and gym, where you can relax and recover or be physically fit when it's still too fresh outside. Enjoy a round of relaxation in the jacuzzi overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean garden or enjoy the sauna - a perfect start to a perfect day!
Imm outdoor area is expansive, with a Mediterranean garden, grape vines and the large, fantastic pool with terrace and sun loungers. The outdoor kitchen is located somewhat sublime. It has a nice lounge area and dining table, from where you have a magnificent view of the countryside.
In Santa Maria del Camí, the weekly market takes place on Sundays, which brings the otherwise quiet town to life. It offers mainly fresh foods such as fruits, vegetables and fish. If you prefer watching the hustle and bustle from afar you can sit down in one of the nice cafes and watch from there.
SANTA MARIA DEL CAMÍ
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This small town in the interior is home to about 4000 inhabitants and has a wonderfully original and Mediterranean flair.
History of Santa Maria del Camí
Already the Romans made during their occupation in the area rest, here was a third of the route, from Palma to the north, mastered. In fact, the city was later founded by the Moors, who were also passing through here. As the name suggests, the city was renamed after the reconquest.For the origin of the name there are different theories, the etymological fits well with the geographical use of the area, translated it means "Santa Maria of the Way". The historical explanation goes back to the first ruler of the area, Bernat de Santaeugenia. This came from the region La Garringa in Catalonia and named the place after a chapel in his hometown.
Top 5 travel tips for Santa Maria del Carmí
The region used to be known for its textiles and leather goods, but if you want to go shopping today, you should drive to Marratxí in 15 minutes and plunder the outlet center there.If you are accompanied by people who do not like to go shopping, you can place them according to their age either in the Barbie Museum, the Bohling or skating rink, or in the cinema.
On Sundays, the weekly market takes place here, which brings the otherwise quiet town to life. It offers mainly fresh foods such as fruits, vegetables and fish. If you prefer watching the hustle and bustle from afar you can sit down in one of the nice cafes and watch from there.
Although Santa Maria is located inland, the beaches in and around Palma are easy to reach by car. Depending on what you expect from a successful day at the beach you should choose the exact location, fine sand and pleasant water are almost everywhere.If you want to party on the beach or want to try a fancy water sports is right on the Playa de Palma. Especially for young German tourists, the beach El Arenal is very popular for celebrating. But you can also eat well here. If you want to go diving, Cala Estancia is the right beach for you. In the narrow bay, the water is particularly clear and the visibility under water is therefore excellent.
In the immediate vicinity of Santa Maria there is not only the church from the early 13th century but also a particularly beautiful monastery, the Convento de Minimos. Especially the romantic courtyard is a nice place to stay, reflect and relax. You should pay special attention to the cloister, which is one of the most beautiful in Mallorca.There is also a museum for those interested in the early history of Mallorca and traditional costumes.
For gourmets, a visit to the good and traditional restaurants of Santa Maria is also worth a trip to Bunyola. The quiet place is already almost in the Tramuntana mountains and is surrounded by some high mountains. Here you will find almonds, wine, olive oil and the well-known herbal digestif Palo. If it is not too warm, a ride on the historic railway, through beautiful landscapes to Palma, is a great experience.
Sport and leisure in Santa Maria del Carmí
Especially golfing fans will get their money's worth here.The golf course Puntiró is known for the special combination of a very modern club house and a beautiful old trees. As the course has some sand bunkers, he is considered a moderate, who wants to practice again before that can do that on the huge driving ranch.
The golf course Son Gual ranks in the same difficulty class. Here, however, especially small lakes and hilly areas make the special charm. However, you should inform yourself in advance about the place etiquette, Son Gual is considered the best golf course in Mallorca and attaches great importance to these traditions.
Restaurants in Santa Maria del Carmí
Particularly popular is the restaurant Moli des Torrent, which is actually housed in an old and beautifully restored mill.There is traditional cuisine with one or the other refined touch. The associated garden and the particularly picturesque terrace invite you to linger. The service is good and the decor very tasteful, of course, this beautiful ambiance has a justified price.
Guests who are homesick at least on the palate will appreciate the Lindi's. Here, Austrian cuisine is on the menu, although one or the other Mediterranean dish can be found. The restaurant and decor are rather rustic but cozy. The service and cuisine are excellent and the prices are moderate.
5 Bathroom, 5 Bedroom, 1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room
SleepingBed linen, 5 King bed
CookingBlender, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dish washer, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Toaster
Heating/CoolingAir conditioning, Fireplace, Heating available
SanitaryShower, Towel-set, Hot Tub, Washbasin
Spa & GymPrivate Dry sauna, Indoor Jacuzzi, Unheated Outdoor swimming pool
OutsideCharcoal grill BBQ, Gated-Community, Außenküche