MAJORCA - Banyalbufar
Each bedroom has its own terrace with table and chairs and views of the sea and mountains.The large living room with fireplace and direct access to the garden is the center of this tasteful vacation villa. Built at the same time as Punta de S`Aguila, Terra Rotja is furnished in a similar style and also has many different areas outside to enjoy the Mediterranean sun. The bay of Cala de son Bunyola with it`s rocky and shingle beach can be reached in a few minutes on foot by a small path. Shops and restaurants are to be found in Banyalbufar and Esporles.
The archipelago of the Baleares consist of the islands Majroca, Ibiza, Formentera, Menorca and many smaller uninhabitated islands. Majorca and Ibiza are the most frequented islands. Hundreds of thousands of travelers travel to these islands every year. Formentera has refused to be affected by the luxurious and modern style of living. Life and holidays here are quite remote and mostly simple. Menorca has succeeded to refrain mass tourism. Thus, Menorca is a perfect retread for individual travelers, searching for quality, nature in sound condition and uncrowded beaches.