Detached Villa in Cala Murada, Nr. Cala d'Or, Mallorca - Peaceful Location,1 Min To Magnificent Communal Pool 20 Min Stroll To Beach
Mr Chris Gee
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Es war alles sehr sauber und aufgeräumt. Alle nötigen Haushaltsgegenstände wären da.
Die Villa war live sogar besser als auf den Bildern.
The villa is just a 20 min stroll/ 3 min drive from the beautiful Blue Flag sandy beach at Cala Murada.The beach has its own lifeguard,with beach umbrellas Pedalos & sunbeds available for hire.The attractive beachside restaurant offers cold beers drinks,& snacks on the patio area at the beach edge all of which are good value & quality. For the more active,a rock walk around the headland to the next bay (Cala Es Domingos)is well worthwhile.Each Thursday (9 to 1) a small beachside market is held.
Palma airport approx 55km.to the villa using the new east bound motorway by-passing Llucmajor. Pre-booked car hire is recommended for maximum enjoyment of your holiday at Cala Murada. All major car hire companies can be found at Palma airport, this makes pick up and drop off of cars, simple and painless. For those who prefer not to drive and have a transfer from the airport, there are several taxi firms in the area, willing to do airport transfers (contact numbers can be provided).
The nearest village is the centre of Cala Murada 25 mins walk or 4 mins drive. Nearest larger towns, to the north- Calas de Mallorca 6 mins drive, Porto Cristo app12 mins (with Caves of Drach nearby).Inland towns Manacor is the largest 30mins(famous for pearl factory ,shops and markets), Felanitx is smaller but with large supermarket and market days etc. To the south Porto Colom is 6 mins drive, Val d'Or golf 7 min, Cala d'Or with at least 7 lovely beaches 12 mins drive with shops, restaurants
Small supermarket selling English papers, fresh bread milk, etc can be found a few mins from the villa, going down towards the beach, they are open from 8am-1pm and again from 4pm-8pm, there is a lovely little restaurant alongside. On a Thursday there is a small market at the beachfront from 9am-1pm they have fresh produce, fruit, olives, cheese, clothes hand made gifts, and plants. Further round into the village you will find a larger supermarket, along with restaurants and banks. There are so many beautiful places to discover on the island:-The caves of Drach and the caves of Hams, with their underground lakes and light shows- Mallorcas largest pearl factory at Manacor where you can see the pearls being made into jewellery and a shop where you can purchase them- Discover the quaint fishing village of Porto Cristo- Sit by the harbour and have a drink or a meal at Porto Colom-Why not take a trip on the Starfish boat which you can catch at Porto Colom or one of the many other beautiful coves it visits right down to Cala d'Or and beyond to Cala Mondrego and Cala Figuera (Check the timetable and stop off for an hour or so at one and return on a later boat).