1 Shower room
This large delightful villa is situated
in a magnificent position overlooking the sea, in a quiet residential area, yet
only a few minutes walk to the nearest lovely sandy beach of Cala Serena. The
house is built around a beautiful picturesque terraced courtyard with
built-in-BBQ, ideal for eating outside whilst enjoying the stunning views over
Downstairs there is a very large
lounge/dining area with satellite TV, and patio doors that lead on to a terrace.
The fully fitted kitchen has a washing machine, dishwasher and picture windows
overlooking the sea. There is one double bedroom with en-suite, 2 twin-bedded
rooms with a modern shower room in between.
The outside staircase leads to a large
nicely furnished lounge/dining area with doors onto a terrace with marvellous
views over the sea, ideal for sunbathing or evening drinks, one twin bedded room
with doors leading to a terrace with fantastic views, a separate modern bathroom
also with shower cubicle, and one further twin bedded room. When renting both
floors the villa can accommodate up to 10 people.
It takes approx 20-30 minutes to walk
to Cala D`or, and 10 minutes to walk to the nearest restaurants, bars and shops
Villa Sol Naixent is suitable for wheel chair users with easy access to pool area
and bedrooms shower room, kitchen +dining / lounge area
Make no mistake about it, beaches are what
Mallorca does best. From jaw-dropping sweeps of
velvet sand to dinky little coves carved by a
crystal sea, you name it, this island’s got it.
Which presents you with a problem – which one’s
it going to be? Take a look at the north coast
and you’ve got places like Alcudia tempting you
to part with your tanning time. Here, a
super-calm sea whispers sweet nothings to eight
kilometres of sun-drenched sand. The water’s
nice and shallow, too, so you can wade out
really far. It’s an ideal choice for families,
with plenty of room to spread out and just the
right material for the kids’ construction work.
Nearby Puerto Pollensa is another good spot if
you’ve got the tots in tow. It strikes a
somewhat seductive pose, stretching round a
magnificent bay in a ribbon of sand and pebbles.
Again, the sea’s nice and calm so your little
ones can paddle in safety - when they’re not
shooting down flumes at the nearby waterpark in
Alcudia that is. Over in the east, Sa Coma sits
pretty with its kilometre-long stretch of
angel-white sand. The sea here offers up plenty
in the way of watersports, too, ideal when
you’re ready to escape the midday sizzle. And
nearby Cala Bona has a Kodak-worthy coastline
scalloped with pretty, honey-coloured coves.
Trace your finger southeast on the map,
meanwhile, and you’ll come to Cala d’Or.
Translated, it means Golden Cove and it’s a
title that certainly fits the bill. This chi-chi
island slice is draped in warm gold-dust sands
that’ll have you smoothing on the suncream in
nanoseconds. Kick back and relax while the
clinks and guffaws of shipboard soirées drift
down from the billionaire’s playthings moored
around you. If that’s not your scene however,
consider spending time over on the west coast.
That’s where you’ll find the loud and lively
duo, Magaluf and Palma Nova. Think busy beaches
and waters teeming with jet-skis and banana
boats. Too much for you? Then try nearby Camp de
Mar, a sleepy spot whose glittering sands are
backed by some of the best scenery in the