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A traditional historic Mallorcan villa with fabulous sea views
Son Balagueret is a traditional Mallorcan four-bedroom villa, part of Son Bunyola, a luxury estate in the picturesque island of Mallorca. Great privacy and comfort in a luxurious property, combined with the breath-taking surrounding coastal landscape, dotted with vines, citrus, olive and almond trees, can only create the most idyllic setting in which to completely relax and have the best time together with family or friends.
Nestled in the private estate that covers 680 acres, Son Balagueret has an elevated position on a hill that offers superb views of the Mediterranean Sea. This historic villa has its original turret, dating back to the 13th century, and the small slotted secret windows were once used to signal to similar lookout points in the area to warn of possible attacks.
Nowadays, the villa boasts a sheltered courtyard central to the house, which serves as the perfect spot to unwind or retreat to a cosy corner with a good book. To soak up the warm Mediterranean sun, guests can laze by the private heated swimming pool that overlooks Mallorca’s beautiful northwest coastline. Perfectly complementing the dramatic scenery, the estate has a large and unused historic manor house, or ‘finca’, dating from the mid-1200s.
Son Balagueret is built over three floors, including a quirky turret. The interior space oozes luxurious comfort and elegance, inspired by the stylish, yet very cosy furnishings. The villa can accommodate up to eight adults in four well-appointed bedrooms, each with en-suite or private facilities. For larger groups, there is also a daybed in the living room that can be made into a single bed for an additional adult or a double for two children.
A deluxe holiday at Son Balagueret will offer a myriad of pastime alternatives, from very relaxing to active adventurous activities. The professional team of staff is on hand to arrange from spa treatments to different sports activities.
Although the Son Bunyola estate is secluded, guests can also easily explore the surrounding area and discover the charming Mallorcan villages with museums, art galleries, boutique-style shops and cafes.
The other villas within the estate are Sa-Punta de S’Aguilla and Sa-Terra Rotja.
LEVEL ONE Bedroom 1 (Master) – Super-king-size bed, sitting area, writing desk, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & separate shower, and sea views
LOWER LEVEL (Annex) Bedroom 2 – Twin beds (can be set up as king-size), sitting area, and en-suite bathroom with shower
LEVEL TWO (Turret) Bedroom 3 – four-poster double bed, en-suite washroom, and private bathroom with shower
BASEMENT LEVELBedroom 4 – double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower
Son Balagueret is part of the luxurious Son Bunyola estate on Mallorca. Although secluded, it is close to many charming villages that are home to art galleries, museums, traditional restaurants, shops and many beaches.
Mallorca is considered without doubt one of the most idyllic place in the Balearics. With its impressive mountainous landscape rolling into the blue sea, it is the ideal place to enjoy a memorable holiday.
The closest town to Son Bunyola is Banyalbufar, where the 16th-century Torre del Verger sits imposingly on the edge of the mountains and provides spectacular coastal views.
Valldemossa is arguably the prettiest village in the West Majorcan Tramuntana range and is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. The most famous landmark is the 13th-century monastery, Reak Cartuja de Valldemossa, which hosted famous composer Frederic Chopin.
Esporles is a chic village situated 20 mins’ drive from the estate, featuring the important historic mansion and museum.
Deia is a beautiful, traditional coastal village in Mallorca, situated only 40 minutes away from Son Bunyola. The village has an art-rich history, having played host to many international artists.
Cala Deia beach is a famous traditional cove-like beach, abundant in local restaurants serving meals from the traditional Mallorcan cuisine.
Distances (approx.): Nearest town (Banyalbufar) – 15 minutes’ drive Son Bunyola Beach – 20 minutes’ drive Esporles – 20 minutes’ drive Valldemossa – 25 minutes’ drive Deia – 40 minutes’ drive Cala Deia Beach – 45 minutes’ drive Palma centre – 35 minutes’ drive Palma de Mallorca Airport – 45 minutes’ drive
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.
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