Villa Bellavista is a rather splendid, newly constructed villa located within easy walking distance of the beach, shops and restaurants in the picturesque resort of Cala Morell near the increasingly popular and charming medieval town of Ciutadella.
We have been searching for many years to add modern and attractive villas to our existing selection of villas in the Balearics, an understandably popular holiday destination thanks to the many fabulous beaches, crystal clear waters, fine white sand and a good range of water sports catering for all age groups. In fact, the beaches are so nice; many of them are regularly voted the beast beaches in the whole of the Balearics.
We are utterly delighted to acquire this wonderful villa which offers not only stunning uninterrupted sea views, but the interiors have been pleasingly designed and furnished in a modern contemporary style boasting all the modern comforts such as free WiFi and air conditioning. The terraced gardens are fully enclosed, with the private swimming pool and the fabulous adjacent Al-Fresco dining area commanding central stage in this perfect setting.
The iconic medieval town of Ciutadella is located just 5km away, where you will find a charming maze of cobbled streets and arcaded squares, whilst the islands capital, Mahon (Mao) can be found a 40-minute drive away.
Bedroom 1 – double bed with air conditioning
Lounge/dining room – with flat screen TV, fireplace, DVD player, Wi Fi and doors to terrace
Kitchen – with oven, hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge freezer, washing machine and kitchen table/breakfast bar and chairs
Bedroom 2 - double bed with air conditioning
Bedroom 3 – twin beds with air conditioning
Landing area with sofa and children's toys
Bedroom 4 - double bed with air conditioning
Bedroom 5 – twin beds with air conditioning
- swimming pool 9m x 5m with a depth of 1m-2m and roman steps
- Poolside shower
- Sun loungers
- Barbecue with shaded Al Fresco dining area
- Private off road parking
- Free Wifi
- Free Air con throughout
- Gated property and private parking
- Safety deposit box
40.40Menorca is an island full of diverse charm, beauty and extremely welcoming inhabitants. Over the centuries, diverse cultural influences have bestowed on the island a distinctive character, evident in its landscape today. Ancient dry stone walls can be seen dividing the surprisingly lush green fields all over the island, stone monuments and burial mounds are plentiful and charming traditional Spanish Finca's can be seen scattered throughout this very pleasant landscape.
To their immense credit the Menorquins have taken great steps to protect their environment. As a result, the island's rugged coastline still offers a huge number of beautiful sandy coves (calas) to explore.
The capital Mahon (Mao) boasts a stunning natural harbour and is surrounded by a colourful collection of old fishermans houses and a plethora of fine cosmopolitan eateries and cafe bars. The picturesque fishing village of Fornells offers a superb quayside lined with restaurants whilst its expansive beach is one of the best on the island. The highest point and situated in the centre of the island is Monte Toro (358m) with its magnificent 16th Century monastery offering stunning views of much of the islands attractive coastline. Tucked below Monte Toro lies the attractive whitewashed town of Es Mercadal, a popular haunt for those seeking a selection of traditional tapas bars and restaurants.
Located on the western side of the island is the lovely old port of Ciutadella with its maze of cobbled streets and striking architecture and many plazas and squares. This is such a delightful town, great for walking and people watching, as well as dining al fresco at one of its many fine restaurants and cafe bars.
For those who enjoy the outdoors, and are keen to explore, why not walk along a section of the Cami de Cavalls, the ancient bridle path that encircles the island and there are also many other lovely well signposted footpaths and cycle routes.
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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.