Villa Valentina

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  •   8
  •   4
  •   4
  • SQM 300
  •  wifi
  •  A/C
  •  Pool
  •  Parking

Description

Spectacular newly renovated villa with sea view over the Bay of Palma. 5 minutes from the golf course of Puntiró and only 10 to 15 minutes from Palma. The house has a constructed area of 300 square meters on a plot of 8,000 square meters.

Situated near the Puntiró Golf Course in the south of Majorca, this lovingly restored "Villa Valentina" is a comfortable and beautiful holiday destination for guests who appreciate a rural atmosphere as well as proximity to the island metropolis of Palma. The house is situated in a quiet residential area with a wonderful panorama view on the Bay of Palma. Palma fans can quickly get to the chic island capital for shopping and evening strolling at the marina.For beach lovers there are near the villa some fine sandy beaches. This includes the lively beach of Arenal. Santa Eugenia is just a few kilometers away.

Relax and Enjoy. This is the way to describe the feeling of life and the ambience of this charming villa in Majorca. This beautiful property is located close to Palma de Mallorca and therefore offers an excellent location in two respects. On the one hand, the island capital with its beautiful old town and extensive shopping, strolling and entertainment opportunities is quickly reached, on the other hand it is not far to the beautiful beaches in southern Mallorca. These include lively beaches such as Playa de Palma and the beach of Arenal, as well as quieter sandy bays such as the Cala Blava itself.However, in all likelihood, you will not be too often removed from "your" paradise anyway. The terrace landscape, which is between the house and the distant, deep blue sea, is particularly beautiful. The center of this location is the pool, from which you can enjoy the spectacular view completely unrestricted. It is surrounded by a pretty garden landscape, has a separate dressing room with shower and toilet area, a barbeque house. There are sun loungers in front of the pool. From here, you can see the illuminated Palma at night, as well as large parts of the southern coastal landscape of Majorca.

In addition, there is a variety of decorative details in the interior, which ensure a particularly friendly living ambience. The house is also very bright and clear.Upstairs there is a living area with an open kitchen and a dining area. The kitchen has direct access to a large covered terrace in front of the house with lounge and dining area. This terrace is fully equipped and has a spectacular view over the Bay of Palma as well as the pool. On this floor is also the large master bedroom with a large fitted wardrobe, private bathroom with bath and shower and two further spacious bedrooms with bathroom en-suite. The veranda is accessible from the living room and the master bedroom and a staircase leads to the garden and pool.

On the lower floor, with direct access to the garden and pool, is the additional apartment with approx. 45 m² for 2 persons with a small living room, open kitchenette and a bedroom with shower and WC. If you would like to use the apartment with an occupancy of up to 6 persons, this must be announced and registered beforehand.

The Mallorcan garden, built on the terraces, has old citrus and orange trees and offers a great variety of flowers and fruit for harvesting depending on the season. The fully equipped laundry room with extra fridge is located in an additional cottage in the upper part of the house.

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© Andrea Melüh

The capital of the Spanish Mediterranean island of Majorca, Palma de Mallorca (Catalan also: Ciutat de Mallorca), is the center of the island and has despite its 400,000 inhabitants metropolitan character - impossible to escape the magic of this city with its multitude of fascinating hot spots. The capital of the island is the seat of the Autonomous Government of the Balearic Islands and was called between 2008 and 2011 only Palma. The reason for this type of abbreviation was a request from 1998.The government, which has been at the top of the city since 2011, promptly reversed this change, which has given the city its full name again since 16 November 2011. In the capital of the island are both the largest port and the largest airport of this island. The capital is a true tourist magnet because of the fact that the hotels distributed on the island offer excursions there. Palma de Mallorca runs along the Bay of Palma in the west of Majorca. The agglomeration of the capital is more than 30 km long. It stretches from the coast near Magaluf to the coast of S'Arenal and has about 500,000 inhabitants, which is about half the population of Majorca.In the north-west of Palma de Mallorca is the Serra de Tramuntana and in the north-east a small hill chain, which delimits the capital from the central plane of the island. To the east of the city lies the sand beach Platja de Palma. It stretches over ten kilometers to S'Arenal. To the west is Cala Major. The center of the city consists mainly of the beautiful historic old town and the southern island of Cabrera belongs administratively to the municipality of Palma de Mallorca.

History of Palma de Mallorca

123 v. The Roman consul Quintus Caecilius Metellus conquered the island of Mallorca, which since 5000 BC, Was colonized by the Talayot culture.One of the first actions of the new ruler was the founding of Palmaria Palmensis, which corresponds to today's capital. However, as a consequence of the decline of the Western Roman Empire, the decline of Palmaria Palmensis began in the course of the fourth century. This decline could only be stopped by the conquest of the Arabs in 903: they established an Arab-Islamic culture in the city, but were again driven out in 1229 by the Aragonese. The Kingdom of Majorca was founded in 1276. However, due to the extinction of the ruling family in 1343, this fell again to the family of the House of Aragon. The Aragonese built the cathedral of La Seu as well as a city fortification, whereby more and more people strove to live in the modern city of Palma de Mallorca.The city counted about 40,000 inhabitants. Before a renewed upturn began in the 20th century, Mallorca became part of the country of Spain and after the Second World War the mass tourism spread across the island.

Top 5 travel tips for Palma de Mallorca

The aforementioned cathedral La Seu is one of the main attractions in Palma de Mallorca. It is located in the southern part of the old town and is not far from the coast. There are also 31 churches in the Old Town. One of them is the basilica of Sant Francesc. Next to the Cathedral La Seu is a palace, which serves the King of Spain as a residence, when the latter is located in the Balearic Islands.

The old town itself is another travel tip, which every travel agency will suggest to you.The old town can be seen as a mixture of Spanish-Catalan and Arabic influences. Characteristic are the narrow streets. These are often only connected by stairs, whereby the old town of Palma de Mallorca can be seen as a large part of the car. The heart of the old town is the Plaça Major, while the Burganlage Castell de Bellver is guarding the harbor slightly outside.

Llotja de Palma is a former masterpiece of gothic architecture. Llotja de Palma was built by the architect Guillem Sagrera. This was also involved in the construction of the cathedral La Seu.

In addition to the Museum of Contemporary Art,In the suburb of Cala Major, the studio of the Catalan painter Joan Miró. There you can visit selected works by the artist, and the house where the studio is housed also houses the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró Foundation.

It is a beach bar, which is located east of the city center on the beach of Palma. There are also many different restaurants, bars and discos.

Sport and leisure in Palma de Mallorca

In addition to the usual sporting activities like swimming, hiking or the like, the capital holds two marathon events each year: in March of each year the Ciutat half marathon takes place and in October the TUI Marathon Palma de Mallorca. You can also watch the matches of the Volleyball Association Portol Drac Palma Mallorca or, depending on your personal interest, the home games of the RCD Mallorca football club in the ONO Estadi stadium.Other popular leisure activities in Palma de Mallorca include the Golf Fantasia de Palmanova Golf Course, Aqualand El Arenal leisure park, where both young and elderly people will get their money's worth and the Casino de Mallorca, where you might have a little pocket money Vacation '.

Best restaurants in Palma de Mallorca

There are countless restaurants, bars and restaurants in Palma de Mallorca, which is why we would like to introduce you to just a few of them. The Restaurante Toque has been awarded the "Certificate of Excellence 2014": the Mediterranean, Belgian and international cuisine of the restaurant are distinguished by a wide range of specialties and the corresponding wines surpass each other.The Basmati Restaurante Hindu offers Indian cuisine, but the Restaurante Toque is in no way understated. The Basmati Restaurante Hindu is also awarded the "Certificate of Excellence 2014" and is particularly suitable for romantic as well as other special events as well as for corporate events. In addition to many other restaurants, the Sadrassana Restaurant Cocteleria is also available. Although this is not awarded the "Certificate for Excellence 2014", it nevertheless represents a cozy terrace restaurant with an above-average good Mediterranean cuisine. Here also the visitors of the different dishes swarm and the staff is very friendly.A reservation is not compulsory in all gastronomic facilities in Palma de Mallorca, but is strongly recommended for the different delicacies because of the great onslaught - let yourself taste it!

PALMA DE MALLORCA

© Andrea Melüh

Palma de Mallorca

The capital of the Spanish Mediterranean island of Majorca, Palma de Mallorca (Catalan also: Ciutat de Mallorca), is the center of the island and despite its 400.000 inhabitants metropolitan character - impossible with its variety of fascinating hot escape the magical city spots. The capital of the island is the seat of the Autonomous Government of the Balearic Islands and was only called Palma between 2008 and 2011. The reason for this type of linking was in a resolution in 1998. The government, which is at the top of the city since 2011 however Made this change immediately, with the city since 16 April 2011, again bearing its full name. In the capital of the island are both the largest port and the largest airport this. The capital is therefore to represent and due to the fact that operating there is distributed on the island hotels, a real tourist magnet. Palma de Mallorca stretches along the Bay of Palma, in the west of Majorca.The agglomeration of the capital is more than 30 km long. It stretches from the coast at Magaluf to the coast at S'Arenal and covers about 500th000 which is about half the population of Mallorca.In the north-west of Palma de Mallorca, the Tramuntana in the north-east is a small ridge that is the capital of the central Level of the island. To the east of the city is again the sand beach Platja de Palma. This stretches over ten kilometers to S'Arenal. To the west is the bay of Cala Major. The center of the city consists for the most part of the beautiful historical city center and in the south to the island of Cabrera belongs administratively to the municipality of Palma de Mallorca.

History of Palma de Mallorca

123 v. Chr.Conquer the Roman consul Quintus Caecilius Metellus the island of Mallorca, which has been colonized by the talayotic since 5000 v. One of the first acts of the new ruler was the founding of the city of Palmaria palmensis, which corresponds to the present capital. As a consequence from the fall of the West Roman Empire, however, continued in the course of the 4th century one the decline of the city Palmaria palmensis. This decline could be halted only 903 by the conquest of the Arabs in the year: the one Arab-Islamic culture built in the city, but were themselves by the Aragonese again in 1229. The following moved, which originated in 1276, the Kingdom of Mallorca. However, this fell from the extinction of the royal family in 1343 back to the family of the house Aragon.The Aragonese were the Cathedral of La Seu and a fortress erected, causing more and more people to live in the modern city of Palma de Mallorca: During its heyday in the 16th century.Century the city had about 40,000 inhabitants. Previously a rebound in the 20th century. Century began to belong to Mallorca, and after the Second World War, the spread of mass tourism on the island.

Top 5 things to do in Palma de Mallorca

The aforementioned Cathedral La Seu is one of the most important sights in Palma de Mallorca. It is located in the southern part of the old town and is not far from the coast. There are also 31 churches in the old town. One of them is the basilica of Sant Francesc.Next to the Cathedral La Seu is a palace that serves as the residence of the King of Spain when it is located in the Balearic Islands.

The old town itself is another review that any travel agency will suggest. The old town can be seen as a mixture of Spanish Catalan and Arabic influences. Characteristic are the narrow streets. These are often only connected by a staircase, whereby the old town of Palma de Mallorca can be seen to a large extent as a car-free. The heart of the old town is the Plaça Major, while the Bellverports Castle is easily guarded outside.

The former seat of the sea trade, Lotja, not far from the cathedral and the port, is another masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Lotja was built by architect Guillem Sagrera.This was also involved in the construction of the cathedral La Seu.

In addition to the Museum of Contemporary Art, the studio of Catalan painter Joan Miró can be admired in Palma de Mallorca or in the suburb of Cala Major. Selected artists can be visited and the house in which the studio is located is also home to the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró a Mallorca.

Absence can not be in the travel tips of course, especially with German tourists very popular Ballermann 6. This is a beach bar, the east of the city center on the beach of Palma. Here you will also find many restaurants, bars and nightclubs.

Sport and leisure in Palma de Mallorca

In addition to the usual sports activities like swimming, hiking or the like, two marathon events of one main character found in the capital every year: in March of each year the seminar marathon Ciutat and in October of the TUI Marathon Palma de Mallorca The Volleyball Association Portol Drac Palma Mallorca or, depending on your personal interest, the home games of the RCD Mallorca football club in the ONO Estadi stadium.Other popular sites for leisure activities to visit in Palma de Mallorca are the Minigolf course Golf Fantasia de Palmanova, the theme park Aqualand El Arenal, where young and older people can earn their money and the Casino de Mallorca, where you might make for a little vacation pocket money '.

The best restaurants in Palma de Mallorca

There are countless restaurants, bars and pubs in Palma de Mallorca, which is why we only want to introduce a few of them. The Restaurante Toque has been awarded the "Certificate of Excellence 2014": the Mediterranean, the Belgian and international cuisine of the restaurant Different specialties and the appropriate wines to outdo each other.The Basmati Restaurante Hindu, in turn, offers Indian cuisine but is inferior to Restaurante Toque in its quality in some way. The Basmati Restaurante Hindu has also been awarded the "Certificate of Excellence 2014" and is particularly suitable for romantic, but also for other special events as well as for company events. Among many other restaurants, there is also the Sadrassana Restaurant Cocteleria.This is not the "Certificate of Excellence 2014", but is nevertheless a cozy restaurant with terrace with an exceptionally good Mediterranean cuisine. There is also a wide variety of dishes and the staff are very friendly. Although reservations are not available in all the gastronomic facilities in Palma de Mallorca, it is recommended to taste the various delicacies, because of the great onslaught - let it taste!


Rooms

4 Bathroom, 4 Bedroom, 1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 2 Living room, 3 Toilet


Amenities
  • Sleeping
    Bed linen, 4 King bed
  • Cooking
    Blender, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dish washer, Grill, Kitchenette, Kitchen stove, Oven, Refrigerator, Spices, Toaster, Water cooler
  • Heating/Cooling
    Air conditioning, Central heating, Fireplace
  • Outside
    Private Balcony, Private Terrace
  • Entertainment
    Wireless Broadband Internet, TV (Satellite)
  • Sanitary
    Shower, Towel-set, Hot Tub, Washbasin
  • Laundry
    Clothes dryer, Washing machine
Facilities
  • Parking
    Parking Included, Roofed carport
  • Spa & Gym
    Unheated Outdoor swimming pool
  • Outside
    Charcoal grill BBQ, Private Garden, Gated-Community
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