One of only a few properties in this beautiful location with the villa being front line to the sea. The villa sleeps 6 people. There is a good sized covered terrace 2.5 x 7m area overlooking the sea and mountains. Big enough for sunbathing, lazing around or for alfresco dining. The sunset is not to be missed can be seen from this property and is amazing (Set on the west side of the tramuntana mountain range). The ground floor consists of a Single bedroom with a walk in closet with a door leading to the full family bathroom. Also a door leading to the bathroom via the lounge area, with sea and mountain views. There is a Lounge / dining area with satellite TV and DVD with 3 sofas and chairs, which Leads through to a small court yard area with table and chairs which then leads to the separate fully fitted kitchen. The kitchen is well equipped with all electrical appliances, including dishwasher and washing machine and small table and chairs. Second floor consists of 1 x single bedroom. Two Double bedrooms both with sea / mountain views and one full bathroom. Outside at the front of the property there is private car parking for this villa. A magnificent away from it all property.
The villa is in the port of Valldemossa by the sea so is at Sea level. The drive down from Valldemossa village is via a windy road.
Walking/Cycling/Climbing: Walking and cycling are very popular here in Valldemossa and also all over the island. Walking routes are available from the local information centre in Valldemossa village and all walks are very well signposted.
Canyoning is also available and is a relatively new sport that involves walking, scrambling, climbing, jumping, abseiling and/or swimming through a canyon. Due to the limestone rocks found in the Tramuntana mountain range, Mallorca boasts many canyons that have been carved out over millions of years by water. These narrow gorges, with beautifully sculpted walls and waterfalls provide a striking setting for this all-action activity. Guided kayaking excursion, starting and finishing from the Playa d'en Tepic beach in Puerto Soller. Mountainering where you often see groups as you enter/leave the port of Valldemossa. Snorkelling in the port is popular also.
Port and Village of Valldemossa: The beach of Valldemossa is on your doorstep, the drive down to the beach from and to the village is breathtaking. There is the famous Es Port restaurant by the beach known for its excellent fish dishes, open all year round, great swimming and snorkelling Or you could get in your car and drive to the beach/cove of Deia recently voted one of the most idyllic places to live. Port of Soller is also a lovely place to visit with its large sandy beach with boat trips and pedalo rides. Soller also has the old steam train that takes you through the mountain range to Palma running daily, this is approx a 25 minute drive from the villa. The centre of Valldemossa is a 5 minute drive away where you will find everything that you need to help make your stay comfortable, there is a local supermarket, corner bakeries, pharmacy, banks, shops, bars, restaurants the Valldemossa hotel where you can visit to dine or to drive into Palma centre
History of the village: In 1838 Frederic Chopin and George Sand visited the island and stayed at the Royal Monastery in Valldemossa, both left a mark on Mallorca and Valldemossa that is set in the foothills of the Tramuntana Mountain range.
The island beautiful scenery captivated both of them Chopin said, '... I shall live in a wonderful cloister in the most beautiful part of the world...', and his companion thought, 'Anything that can be dreamt by the painter or the poet has been created by nature in this place. Today the grounds of the Royal Monastery of Valldemossa are open for visits to the many different chambers it contains. In August the village holds the Chopin festival which dates back to 1930 this takes place in the Monastery's cloister. The Royal Monastery of Valldemossa has its origins in the early fourteenth-century palace constructed by King James II for its son Sancho, which was donated to the Order of San Bruno in 1399. A camera is essential in Valldemossa.