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  • It really is a beautiful Finca.

    "We stayed at this beautiful Finca for two weeks in May. It really is a unique place, in a wonderful position. Some of the most stunning scenic coastal drives are just a short drive through the mountains. The property itself feels almost like a little rustic Chateau rather than a villa. There are numerous interesting features and a great choice of different seating areas inside and out. We did find the kitchen a little bit small which is fairly normal in Spain, but it does have everything you need and there is a great outdoor BBQ area as well as a portable BBQ next to the loggia. Plus lots of choice of eating places close by in Esporles and not far away in Palma. A restaurant that we particularly liked was in the town centre of Inca called Romani. We found it when we went to the big market there, although I would avoid market day. There is a much better "Flea" market in Consell every Sunday. If you are into antiques and second hand stuff you will love it. I don't want to say too much more about the property as there are some nice surprises. Look for the two big Koi Carp. We got quite friendly with them! After our two weeks there it felt like home and was rather hard to leave. Oh and lastly the gardens are beautifully maintained and the caretakers are extremely nice, helpful people. The owners too are very easy to communicate with."
    Guest: Andrew V. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 18, 2014
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  • Nice compact apartment in the city centre

    "Our family of three stayed in this apartment for three nights last month. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and found it excellent value for money. The apartment was exactly as advertised. The apartment is in a very handy city centre location: 3 mins walk to metro stations (2) and within walking distances to many tourist attractions (e.g., Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, Museum Prado). It is in a nice residential neighbourhood and very quiet. The main bed was very comfortable and the sofa bed was easy to set up and put away and was adequate for our teenager son. The Wi-Fi was fast and reliable. The shower was small but worked ok for us. There was no lift in the building but this did not bother us at all. What did you most enjoy about your stay? Central, yet quiet location Would you come back again or recommend this home to a friend? Absolutely Was the property a good fit for the group you were traveling with? Yes What nearby activities, attractions, or restaurants did you enjoy? Very central location What did the owner or property manager do to provide great customer service? The owner responded to our emails promptly. He was already expecting us in the apartment when we arrived and spent almost half an hour helping us familiarise with apartment facilities and surroundings."
    Guest: Yaode Y. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 2014
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  • Extalar Paradise

    "We loved everything about this vacation - the location, the house, the town, the weather, the activities, and our host! Once you find the town of Extalar (a feat in itself), everything is as described and rated by others. Although you can drive right up to the house, we loved taking the 45 minute leisurely walk to and from the village of 829 (and counting) people. Four of us shared the accommodation for a full week. With open doors and windows (screens not needed except for the occasional fly or mosquito), we could hear the distant cow bells as well as the trickle of the mountain stream empty into the fountain in the yard. Many hikes are available in the area as well as day trips by car. We weren't as adventurous of some of the previous guests who hiked to France for lunch, but we did make a short car trip to Hendaye to shop at the local open-air market. Be prepared to switch from Spanish to French quickly, but most of the locals know enough English to be able to communicate. Days usually consisted of a leisurely breakfast followed by a hike or car trip, lunch out, and dinner at home where we could watch the changing landscape of the approaching evening. Our host, Beki who lives in the garage apt. on the property, was a delight. Never hovering, but always available with tips, suggestions, maps, and answers to our many questions. We weren't ready to leave and are now counting the days until we can return."
    Guest: Kathleen C. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 5, 2014
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Balearic Islands Travel Tips

Balearic Islands Vacation Rentals are Great Properties in a Lovely Year-Round Location

Spain’s Balearic Islands are a group of four islands--Formentera, Ibiza, Mallorca (also referred to as Majorca), and Menorca. Situated off the east coast of mainland Spain, it is blessed with a typically Mediterranean climate. This provides summers that are pleasant with comfortable temperatures and mild dry winters with occasional showers.

There are international airports on both Mallorca and Ibiza, and ferry services from both the smaller islands of Menorca and Formentera. Once at your Balearic Islands accommodation, visitors may choose to hire a car but by far the most popular way to traverse some of the islands is by bike.

Your Balearic Islands Accommodation Offers Stunning Scenery and Great Nightlife

Balearic Islands vacation rentals on Mallorca reside on the largest of the Balearics, with over 200 beaches scattered around island’s 188 miles of coastline. To explore this 60-mile-wide island, there is an excellent train service and extensive bus services; however, the most popular choice for visitors is to hire a car. The two main beaches are the wide sandy bays of Magaluf and Palma Nova. Both are lively areas, great for young people. Further north is the huge bay area of Alcudia which is quieter and family-focused. For secluded beaches, visitors should head to Cala d’Or or Cala Millor. Many beaches are ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving, allowing you to explore the marine life, underwater caves and shipwrecks. Visitors looking to combine the beach and horseback riding should go to Playa de Palma. There are also several world-class golf courses on the island. Day trips around the island make a great alternative to the beach and there are many charming towns and villages along the coast and into the stunning Sierra de Tramuntana Mountains.

The town of San Antonio on Ibiza is renowned as a party area with great nightlife and long white beaches. There is much more to this beautiful island than its party reputation. There are many beautiful secluded villages and hidden beaches to explore. Here, visitors can waterski, hire Jet Skis, learn to windsurf and try parasailing. Younger visitors will enjoy the banana boats and pedalos. It is also a great island for sailing and diving. Dive sites include underwater cliffs, caves and arches. There are also a variety of great golf courses that feature up to 18 holes.

One Vacation but Four Islands to Explore

While staying at Balearic Islands holiday villas, visitors should take an excursion to the island of Menorca. This is a smaller and less developed island of stunning natural beauty; it retains much of its Spanish atmosphere. On this island, visitors will find countless historic sites from prehistoric settlements and burial grounds to stunning medieval architecture. There are also some wonderful museums to enjoy.

The smallest island at just 12 miles long is that of Formentera. It is known as the "last paradise of the Mediterranean" because of its unspoiled and undeveloped landscape. A ferry trip to Formentera is a must when visiting your Balearic Islands accommodation. The beaches feature perfectly white sand and warm blue seas where visitors can easily find a secluded spot to relax and swim. It is also a popular diving area where the waters to the north are preserved as the Ses Salinas Nature Reserve. For those seeking activities, the island is excellent for lake-based windsurfing and parasailing.

Balearic Islands Holiday Villas are Idyllic Properties

Balearic Islands holiday villas are idyllic properties based on several of these beautiful islands. Each is individually owned and equipped with everything needed for a comfortable stay.

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