If you’re looking for somewhere exceptional to stay in the south-eastern corner of Mallorca, then let us introduce you to a beautiful stone-clad villa known as Sa Figuera.
Having access to flexible changeover days where you are welcome to start and finish your holiday when you want and stay for the duration of your choice, is desirable for many holidaymakers not wanting to be tied down to more rigid changeover dates and times and holiday durations.
Vintage Travel is thrilled to have added a fabulous new villa to our Mallorca programme for 2018. Ca’n Cirerol is a pretty two-bedroom, two-bathroom country home tucked away in a rural setting on the outskirts of the tranquil village of Portocolom on Mallorca’s picturesque south-east coast.
Pep Font is a delightfully attractive country villa that enjoys an idyllic rural setting, whilst being within easy reach to the atmospheric Port de Pollença and a series of beautiful white sand beaches. This spacious and inviting property comprises of four bedrooms and three bathrooms, sleeping up to eight guests.
If you’re looking for tranquil accommodation close to the celebrated Roman town of Pollenca on the sun-drenched island of Mallorca, you may be interested in the stunning villa of Ca’l Rei d’en Font.
Casita Miguel is a conveniently-positioned villa that looks over the road which leads to the charming Roman town of Pollenca. This characterful accommodation boasts beautiful scenic views across to the foothills of the mighty Tramuntana mountains and to the ancient hilltop site of Puig de Maria, which casts a watchful eye on the town of Pollenca.
If you’re looking for somewhere to stay near the charming Port de Pollenca on Mallorca, you may be tempted by the wonderful townhouse of El Cano.
If you’re looking to stay in a quiet and secluded spot in the heart of Mallorca’s rolling countryside, you may be interested in Rito Nou. This highly impressive stone-built villa comprises of four bedrooms and four bathrooms, sleeping up to eight guests in comfort.
Cited as the ‘perfect Mallorcan town’, Pollença certainly offers a great experience for all who visit it. The cobbled streets and relaxed café culture of Pollença can be found on the eastern edge of the Serra de Tramuntana, nestled between two hills, each topped by a dominant sacred monument.
If you are looking for dramatic and windswept views, then visit the northern tip of Mallorca. The Cape de Formentor is the spot where the Sierra de Trauntana Mountains collides with the Mediterranean Sea.