Mallorcan Villa

Trish Griffiths on 08 October 2017
We often do villa holidays in Europe, as we like the flexibility and privacy they offer.

They are now becoming so popular with my clients so I thought I would blog about one of my most recent stays in a villa. After spending time in the beautiful city of Palma we headed over to the south-east coast of Mallorca.

Our villa was a three-bedroom villa with a private pool set in a lovely garden with clever planting of trees and bushes to keep it mostly private.

This particular villa was walkable to bars, restaurants, shops and the beach which is rare with villas as many of them are more secluded and in need of a car.

As we had a car and the villa was also close to many other little resorts, most days we headed out to explore and have lunch before returning to the villa to enjoy the late sun. Later in the evening we would head out to the local bars and restaurants. We had a choice of going to the small resort or heading down to a beautiful Marina.

Villa holidays give guests so many options – couples who want a complete getaway, families who need the space for the kids to run around, or even large groups who need the flexibility of sleeping and cooking arrangements. If you do hire a villa without a car, it’s worth noting that many of them don’t allow you to check into the villa until 4pm and check out is 10am – so if your flights don’t match you need to organise what to do on your first and last day.

Majorca is a wonderful island for a relaxing villa holiday with lovely scenery, great bars and restaurants and some lovely little beaches.

Of course, there are also lots of other places worldwide where a villa holiday would be a great choice so if you fancy villa living, please feel free to get in touch.

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