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Spotlight on Majorca

Majorca delivers it all in abundance – luxury, landscape and leisure.

There was a time when Majorca was best known for its party atmosphere; much like many of its Balearic counterparts, but today the island offers so much more for discerning travellers. Its rugged, breathtaking landscape stretches out from the mountains to the pretty coves to the coast – perfect for exploration and pure relaxation in equal measure. At A&K Villas, we love everything about this beautiful island, so here’s a selection of our favourite spots to tempt you.

 

Villa Can Tierra

This modern sandstone villa with arched oak doors is a striking new addition to Majorca’s rolling countryside complete with a south facing infinity pool, sun drenched patio with loungers, and an imposing backdrop of the Tramuntana mountains. Inside, light furnishings, high ceilings and ripples of wood and exposed stone have a calming effect – as do the postcard-worthy views from each window and doorway. Pollença and Alcudia are both a 10-minute drive away and are the perfect spots to hire a bike and explore the winding streets of churches and boutiques.

La Luna Rey

A peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the island, La Luna Rey is a home from home with its five bedrooms, comfy sofas and open plan living areas. The unusual teardrop-shaped pool can also be fenced off, making it reassuringly safe for younger children. Recently refurbished in neutral tones, the villa is an ideal base for exploring the island; why not hire cycles for the whole family and discover the surrounding landscape? The property is also only 15 minutes away from the Alcanada golf course which is widely considered as one of the finest 18-hole courses in Europe.

Villa Can Caya

Villa Can Caya is a tranquil sanctuary set within two hectares of gardens complete with saltwater swimming pool, Jacuzzi and spa area. Comfortably sleeping up to 20 discerning guests, the villa offers privacy and seclusion while remaining close to the island’s best beaches and amenities. Step back in time to the 13th-century and wander the inviting alleyways of Alcudia’s Old Town with its restored medieval walls and thriving market.

Sa Terra Rotja 

Nestling at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountains, Sa Terra Rotja’s lays claim to unrivalled panoramic views over the Balearic sea. Sleeping up to eight, the luxury villa is situated on a private estate with a dedicated team taking care of housekeeping as well as offering a breakfast and chef service. Take a dip in the saltwater pool, enjoy a game of tennis on the court, head to the estate’s private pebble beach or venture further afield to explore the beauty of the landscape.

Sa Terra Rotja is close to the ancient terraced town of Banyalbufar – literally translated from the Arabic meaning ‘vineyard by the sea’. Once famed for its hardy hillside vineyards, today the terraces have largely given way to vegetable farming. However, the village remains popular with foreign artists much like Deià – once home to poet and author, Robert Graves – and a very worthwhile 40-minute drive away.

Whether it’s a special gathering, a family holiday or a couple’s retreat, we guarantee you’ll fall in love with Majorca’s spectacular scenery and luxury hideaways.

Villa Can Victoria

Secured behind electric gates, the cream-hued exterior and flat lawn of Villa Can Victoria hide its biggest secret – the view. Azure blues and rugged coastlines stretch all the way to Cap de Formentor and its lighthouse. Despite its salty spot, interiors are far from a nautical cliché. Soothing neutrals, high ceilings and light-flooded reception rooms are more fitting of a cosmopolitan hotel and a welcome relief from the Mediterranean sun, as are the five air-conditioned bedrooms all kitted out with nap-worthy beds and big windows.

Villa Hemrosa

This family-friendly retreat has a stunning cliff-side location within striking distance of the attractive Port d’Antratx, known as a historic fishing port, that is now an up-to-the-minute destination showcasing seafood restaurants and beach shops. There is no shortage of relaxation spots at Villa Hermosa: a heated LED-lit pool, jacuzzi, sauna, or even Cala Llamp beach – perfect for swimming and snorkelling with its smooth, flat rocks. In the evening, dine alfresco on the widespread terrace with a bottle of Gran Verán as the sun sets over the Med.