Villa Culetbaix

Entrance into a comfortable lounge with large sofa / dining area, with woodburning stove, satellite TV and French windows onto exterior covered porch. To the left of the lounge is the large fully fitted family kitchen. This features a mix gas / electric hob, large fridge / freezer and small breakfast table with chairs. The kitchen exits onto an exterior covered porch with dining table and chairs. Off the kitchen and down a small passageway is a double bedroom with exit onto pool area. Shower room / wc. To the right of the lounge / dining area are the other three bedrooms. Two are on the ground floor. One large double with en suite bathroom with bath and separate shower, exit onto pool area. A second twin bedroom and a further shower room with WC Up a flight of stairs is the fourth bedroom, with two twin singles and WC ensuite but no ...

...shower. This room shares the shower room with the other twin room downstairs although there is a WC and basin in the room upstairs. Villa Culetbaix exterior: Extensive gardens surround the property with a 7,5 x 5 m swimming pool with roman steps, and brick-built barbecue. The house is conveniently situated between the towns of Pollensa, Alcudia and Puerto Pollensa and only a short drive into the three towns. Beach 5 Km Shops 5 Km Airport 50 Km A car is essential when booking this property. The house is next to the villa Bovis Gran and is perfect for big groups wanting to book together for a maximum of 16 pax. View our other villas in Pollensa

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Pollensa is how most would describe as the ‘up-market’ area in Mallorca. With the super easy motorway link straight from Palma airport to Pollensa, it’s no longer than a 50-minute straightforward drive. ...

As you’re driving up to the North of the island, you can’t help but notice the beautiful scenic mountainous range, which offers an amazing backdrop to many of our villas. There are certain points on the mountain that you can go walking (recommended out of season), but this activity is becoming more and more popular with individuals wanting breaks which involve exercise, fresh air and at the same time enjoying stunning views!

Another very popular sport activity in Pollensa, again something you will notice once arrived into the area, is cycling. This activity has grown and become more popular as Pollensa has become well known for its ideal, good conditioned roads (with cycling lanes).

There are two main parts to Pollensa, both very different from each other, giving a good mix.

Puerto Pollensa is where you’ll find the long, sandy stretch of beach, a very picturesque area ideal for families. You’ll also find the marina here, with its smart, trendy walkway through housing a few trendy bars and restaurants.

The Pine Walk is almost seen as a famous spot on the beach front. An incredibly pretty pedestrianised cobbled walk along the beach front with palm trees lining it and a super array of restaurants, bars and the odd coffee shop.

Set back slightly from the main drag of restaurants is the area which is popular and comes to life in the early evenings, with an abundance of gastronomy and ice cream parlours etc… plus, the local children playing, kicking a ball about / skipping, giving a lovely warm atmosphere. This is definitely worth a visit during your stay.

The ‘Old Town’ of Pollensa is a total contrast of Puerto Pollensa, offering quirky lined streets and cobbled walkways almost built like a maze, where you have to wander around to fall upon the fabulous restaurants that are tucked away along the narrow alleys or in the Old Town itself.

It’s impressive, beautiful and mesmerising just to ‘look’ at and soak in the Old Town atmosphere. Here you will also find boutique shops, cute coffee shops and ice cream parlours. This area is popular with the locals as its home to them.

The market, every Sunday, is within the main square and cannot be missed, with its best fruit and veg and handcrafted items available for purchase. The atmosphere here is also at its best!

Due to Pollensa’s massive range of diversity and totally different areas, which appeals to most, including families, grandparents and even single active travelers. There is definitely something here for everyone, apart from maybe… the party people, although not to say you won’t fall upon the odd Irish bar dotted about the square or a bar with live music – popular too within the height of the season.

A villa holiday in Pollensa has something for everyone.

Puerto Pollensa is a beautiful coastal town located in the northern part of the island of Mallorca, It offers a range of activities and attractions that cater to various interests. Here are some things you can do in Puerto Pollensa:

Visit the Beaches: Puerto Pollensa is known for its stunning sandy beaches. Spend a relaxing day sunbathing, swimming, or participating in water sports such as paddleboarding, kayaking, or sailing.

Explore the Pine Walk: Take a leisurely stroll along the Pine Walk, a scenic promenade that runs along the shoreline. Enjoy the views of the bay, lined with pine trees, and discover charming restaurants, cafes, and shops along the way.

Visit the Port: Head to the marina and watch the boats come and go. You can also book a boat tour or charter a yacht to explore the coastline or visit nearby coves and beaches.

Visit the Market: On Wednesdays, Puerto Pollensa hosts a lively market where you can find a variety of local produce, handicrafts, clothing, and souvenirs. It's a great place to immerse yourself in the local culture and pick up some unique items.

Explore the S'Albufera Nature Reserve: Located nearby, the S'Albufera Nature Reserve is a protected wetland area and home to a diverse range of bird species. Take a guided tour or go for a hike to observe the wildlife and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings.

Take a Bike Ride: Puerto Pollensa is a cyclist's paradise, with numerous cycling routes and trails in the area. Rent a bike and explore the countryside, ride along the coast, or venture into the nearby mountains.

Visit Formentor Peninsula: Take a scenic drive or boat trip to the Formentor Peninsula, known for its rugged cliffs, pristine beaches, and panoramic viewpoints. Don't miss the iconic Formentor Lighthouse, which offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

Try Watersports: Puerto Pollensa offers a variety of water sports activities such as windsurfing, jet skiing, and parasailing. If you're feeling adventurous, you can also try scuba diving to explore the underwater world of Mallorca.

Visit the Roman Bridge: Located in the nearby town of Pollensa, the Roman Bridge (Pont Romà) is a historical landmark that dates back to the 1st century. Take a walk across the bridge and explore the charming old town of Pollensa.

Enjoy Local Cuisine: Indulge in the delicious local cuisine of Puerto Pollensa. Try traditional Spanish tapas, fresh seafood dishes, and the famous Paella. Many restaurants offer waterfront dining options with stunning views.

Direct flights to Palma from all major European cities

Ryanair,Aer Lingus, Easy Jet ,Jet2

7 day rentals Saturday to Saturday

Extensive gardens surround the property with a 7,5 x 5 m swimming pool with roman steps, and brick-built barbecue.

The house is conveniently situated between the towns of Pollensa, Alcudia, and Puerto Pollensa and only a short drive into the three towns.

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