Home in Heaven
- SQM 3,500
With its breathtaking location high in the archipelago, majestically the luxury estate sits above the Bay of Pollença on the mountain of Bonaire in a film-like backdrop, just 3 km from Alcúdia's old town. The exclusive holiday resort of Mal Pas - Bon Aire on the protected La Victoria peninsula offers not only bars, restaurants, a pharmacy and a minimarket but also a marina that offers sailing trips and boat trips. The Platja de Sant Pere, which belongs to Mal Pas, can be reached on foot in half an hour. A top location for weddings, parties and events.
If you are interested in this property, you will find a high standard of luxury and comfort as well as a very good feeling for unique aesthetics and privacy.The single property, with a floor space of 14,000 square meters, majestically sits on a mountain and can be reached either by a broad, winding driveway or directly by helicopter. The villa with a living space of 3,500 sqm impresses immediately by its imposing construction. Nothing is missing here. These include a private helicopter landing stage in front of the sumptuous entrance, a large tennis court, an underground car park, a bodega, as well as a luxurious indoor car park. Large terraces surround the villa and go on a house side in the pool area. Here is the 14 m long pool with sea view, surrounded by a well-kept lawn area, which stands on the edge of palm trees and trees.The perfect external framework is the Mediterranean terraces, whose design is in no way inferior to these dimensions. There are beautiful gardens, cobbled streets, arcades, a unique variety of olive, johnbrot and citrus trees, cypresses and hanging climbing plants that flatter the solid masonry - these are just a few details that express the absolute privacy and beauty , A glass palace, numerous lounge areas as well as ample tables, which can be placed in the garden during the event, reflect the potential for a very special occasion. There are up to 20 parking spaces in the underground car park and there is no limit for events.
The villa itself impresses with its high technical level and exclusive design in combination with tastefully dosed colors and accessories. From light-flooded rooms you can also enjoy the spectacular view with a view of the sea, while at the same time you can indulge extensively in interior design.
The living space is spread over 3 levels. On the ground floor is the imposing foyer, an office, a living room with a fireplace of 100 sqm, a TV room, a separate dining room, a modern kitchen and a service room. On this floor we also find a room with bathroom en suite.
On the first floor is the main building, consisting of two bedrooms, a living room, dressing room and two bathrooms, with direct access to the central garden terrace with Balinese floating bed and stunning panoramic views. On the same floor we find another room with bath en suite.
In the lower floor on the ground floor is the SPA and other stylishly furnished bedrooms, all with extravagant baths. Regardless of whether it is a rain shower or a jacuzzi, the interiors meet all the demands of style and modernity.
Unique at the villa is its spa and wellness area. Relax here to your heart's content! The Spazones offer, in addition to the many offers in the open nature, unmistakably large-scale possibilities. There is a 12-meter-long indoor pool with resting areas, a large jacuzzi, a sauna, a Turkish bath, a contrast shower and a floating tank to avoid jet lag.
Several staff buildings are located separately on the Arenal.
The villa includes daily breakfast, daily service, garden and pool maintenance.
The costs for the SPA are not included, if necessary the SPA costs the additional costs 750 € / week.
The villa is also available for events, weddings and parties, in which case a minimum stay of four nights is required and an additional fee of 3,000 € / event will be charged.
Security deposit: 9500 €
Pollença (Castilian Pollensa) is a municipality on the Balearic island of Mallorca. 16,200 inhabitants live here and the share of foreigners in 2006 was 22,9%. The village is home to the towns of Aeròdrom Militar, Bellresguard, Cala Sant Vicenç, Ca'n Singala, El Vilà, Les Palmeres, La Font, Port de Pollenca and Pollenca.Within the municipality, the population is concentrated on three settlements, and most of the inhabitants live in the town of the same name, located about seven kilometers from the coast, in Port de Pollenca and Cala Sant Vicenç. The municipal area of about 150 km2 includes, among others, the entire peninsula of Formentor.
The town of Pollença, which is located in the fertile valley of Huerta de Pollenca, surrounded by the mountains and a few kilometers from the coast, has a population of about 9,000 and is called the "Cultural Capital of the North". This designation refers to the north of Majorca, in which the place is situated. The town owes its name to its many art galleries and the famous traditional music festival.In addition, the city's superficial appearance contributes to this image: the ocher-colored façade façades and the small, narrow streets as well as the beautifully decorated balconies give the impression that an artist was at work here. The city cafés, whose seats are shaded by plane trees, reinforce this impression - Pollença looks as if painted.
History of Pollença
The history of Pollença can be described as a long one: traces of settlements along the coast point far back to the past. 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 located near today's Alcúdia, moved after their destruction and brought the name along. Another highlight of the old town of Pollença is the construction of the town center. This has a Moorish influence, although many buildings were built in the 17th and 18th century.
Top 5 travel tips for Pollença
Among the most popular tourist destinations in Pollença and the surrounding area are the Parish Church of Nostra Senyora dels Angels. The parish church, which is located on the northern side of Placa Major, has existed since the 13th century.It was founded by the Templars and later re-Gothicized. Inside, the walls of the church adorn the works of a 20th century international artist.
The Església de Nostra Senyora del Roser Church and the Convent of Santo Domingo are other attractions that must be seen: past a large park with lush vegetation, passing an ancient water wheel and passing a gothic tower, One arrives south of the Placa Major to the secularized church Església de Nostra Senyora del Roser. This is connected by a cloister with the convent of Santo Domingo.In the beautiful interior of the 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 the defense of the place against pirates. In the summer the Kreuzganz is the backdrop for a notorious music festival, and the surrounding rooms include the Museu de Pollença. Here the visitor will be presented, among other things, pottery from the 15th century as well as some finds from the prehistory of Pollenca.
The plazas Plazuela de L'Almonia is located not far from the church Església de Nostra Senyora del Roser orFrom the Convent de Santo Domingo: from the Placa Major, it is only a few moments to get to the Plazuela de L'Almonia over the Carrer del Temple, named after the Templar Knights, and who wear their orders. Here, Vincenc Ferrer, who was later to be sanctioned, preached, and here is also the famous Hahnenbrunnen, which dates back to 1827 and is regarded as the landmark of Pollenca.
There is also the Casa Museu Dionís Bennàssar. This is a so-called dwelling-house museum: the original furniture gives an insight into the former life of the local painter whose name the house carries.Dionís Bennàssar was regarded as a member of the artistic genre, which gave the town the title 'Capital of Culture of the North'. Apart from sculptures, watercolors and drawings, it is above all the oil paintings of Bennàssar, which 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 Pollenças: exactly 365 steps lead up to the Calvary, which is regarded as pride of the city. The beginning of the ascent is north of the Plaça Major, near the town hall (Ajuntament). Having reached the 113-meter-high hill, the visitor can admire a 19th-century chapel, as well as a much older service, which houses the chapel.You can also admire the wonderful view over the city, which one from there up.
Sport and leisure in Pollença
Mon d'Aventura Day Tours offers touristic tours of the Grotto of Cova de Coloms: the access to the grotto requires it to swim about 100 m against the current of the sea. For the reason that many children and youngsters participate in the tours, there is also the possibility to be abseiled about 20 meters into the depths: Above all, your offspring will feel as if you were on the trail of Indiana Jones.
You can also visit Teixits Vicens: the family business, which has been in existence for more than 100 years, invites you to discover the world of textiles. You can buy various textile articles, but you can also take part in a free tour through the company's production areas. This gives the visitor an insight into non-industrial textile production.
Of course, there are many other ways to spend your leisure time in Pollença. The service of your hotel will certainly inform you about this and if you are lucky, you will find some insider tips, because Pollença is always a surprise.
Great restaurants in Pollença
In Pollença you can find a lot of restaurants. They have the most varied dishes. For example, there are many restaurants with local cuisine, but there are also many restaurants offering national, Mediterranean and international cuisine. Some of the restaurants, such as the 365 Restaurant or the La Placeta Restaurante, are awarded the "Excellence Certificate 2014". Reservations are generally recommended and the gastronomic facilities such as the Manzanas y Peras convince not only by good food but also by an excellent service as well as by an enormous family friendliness.
11 Bathroom, 9 Bedroom, 1 Dining-Room, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living room
SleepingBed linen, 8 Queen bed, 2 Single bed
CookingCoffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dish washer, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Toaster, Water cooler
Heating/CoolingAir conditioning, Fireplace, Floor heating
EntertainmentWireless Broadband Internet, TV (Satellite)
SanitaryTowel-set, Hot Tub
LaundryClothes dryer, Washing machine
Spa & GymHeated Indoor swimming pool, Indoor Jacuzzi, Unheated Outdoor swimming pool, Sauna, Türkisches Bad, floating tank
OutsideCharcoal grill BBQ, Private Garden, Gated-Community, Private Tennis court, Seaview