Villa Lluc Menorca is a charming country cottage, located 3.8 Km from the sandy beaches of Son Bou and 2.6 Km from the old market town of Alaior. The property sits snugly in a beautiful rural location and looks out across a beautifully unspoilt vista of a traditional Menorcan landscape. It is this pleasing outlook that can be enjoyed from pool and terraces that occupy the property's external space and make this such a pleasant spot for outdoor living. Moreover, having originally been used as the owners' principal residence it exudes the welcoming atmosphere and offers the many comforts of a much loved home.
Inside, a combination of traditional and modern decor with a colour scheme of rich, warm hues blends perfectly with solid wood furnishings, exposed ceiling beams and terracotta floors to create a look that instantly appeals and creates the ambience of a welcoming home that is both smart and cosy. At the same time, eye-catching features such as the Maresc stone bathrooms and white washed walls add extra character to this charming property.
Villa Lluc Menorca accommodates 8 people, with 2 double bed bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, 2 twin bedrooms plus 2 more bathrooms. The sitting area has a flat screen TV, with limited satellite channels, and the kitchen has a classic Menorcan style design, is totally equipped and consists of a large dining area. All rooms have air conditioning which adds extra comfort to this wonderful villa.
Overlooking the private swimming pool and garden, a pergola sits conveniently alongside the property and forms the ideal spot for dining al fresco.Clearly created with outdoor living in mind, this is a perfect setting for many happy hours of relaxation and sunbathing.
The small town of Alaior on the Balearic island of Menorca is approximately 18 minutes drive from the airport at Mahon. The town is inland, with the nearest beaches at Cala en Porter and Son Bou, both around 10 kilometres away.
Built around the old Ihalor hill, from where it takes its name, Alaior was founded by King James II of Mallorca in the year 1304
Interior / Grounds
- Lounge / Dining room with plasma TV, satelite with some English speaking channels
-Kitchen Oven - Dishwasher, Fridge, Smoke extractor, Toaster, Squeezer, Mixer, Coffee machine, Microwave, Crockery, Cutlery, Kitchenware, Kettle, Electric cooker Freezer
- 2 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
-2 double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms
- Private pool
- Pergola with comfortable sofa seating and table and chairs
- Sun loungers
- Table & chairs
- Sofa set
- Pool towels
The small town of Alaior on the Balearic island of Menorca is approximately 18 minutes drive from the airport at Mahon. The town is inland, with the nearest beaches at Cala en Porter and Son Bou, both around 10 kilometres away. Built around the old Ihalor hill, from where it takes its name, Alaior was founded by King James II of Mallorca in the year 1304
Son Bou is a small resort on the south coast of Menorca (or Minorca), one of Spain's Balearic islands. It has a long beach with shallow water. Behind the beach, Prat de Son Bou nature reserve has dunes, marshes and diverse birdlife. The ruins of the early-Christian Basilica de Son Bou lie nearby. Inland, to the east, Torre d'en Galmes is an ancient ruined settlement known for its stone towers or talayots.
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A tranquil villa in Iznate, Nerja. Offering stunning sea views, a private pool and shaded areas you can enjoy a holiday in a peaceful location, where the Spanish live and tend their grapes, olives and almonds.