Holiday rental: Sir Richard Branson's Sa Punta de S'Aguila

House, Rent | Spain, Mallorca, West, Banyalbufar

Property Price

On Request

Bare-Rent

Property Bedrooms

5

Bedrooms

Property Bathrooms

5

Bathrooms

Property Total surface

663 m2

Total Surface

E&V ID W-02BLPG


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Amenities and special features of this house

Type: HouseRegion: WestTotal Surface: 663 m2Terraces: 1Bedrooms: 5Bathrooms: 5Built-in kitchenAir ConditioningSwimmingpoolHeating: Central heatingFloor type: Tiles

Sa Punta de S'Aguila One of three Virgin Limited Edition villas owned by Sir Richard Branson. Sa Punta de S’Aguila is translated as ‘Eagle’s Point’, and this five bedroom villa is located along a track above the coastline. Built in traditional Mallorcan style, with exposed beam ceilings and terracotta tiled floors, it has been sympathetically built into the landscape and has panoramic sea and mountain views. Sa Punta de S’Aguila has a private heated 15 metre swimming pool, kitchen, living room and dining area. This villa comfortably sleeps 10 adults in 5 en-suite bedrooms. All bedrooms have a terrace with a table and two chairs. WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE RATE? • Your accommodation for 7 nights • All drinks including wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks and Spanish sparkling wine • Daily continental breakfast (our chefs will prepare a selection of cold items so you can help yourself) • Lunch and dinner for 6 days tailored to your tastes (on one night we’ll assist you with a local restaurant reservation) • A concierge service for help in arranging activities and restaurant bookings • Wireless internet • Daily housekeeping and pool servicing


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Deià

Carrer Arxiduc Luís Salvador 1 | 07179 Deià | Spain

Phone +34-971-63 63 63

E-mail deia@engelvoelkers.com


Banyalbufar: Location and surroundings of this property

Banyalbufar is a small charming village situated in the Tramuntana mountains, only 35 minutes by car from Palma. Its name combines Arabic and Catalan influences, meaning "nestled by the sea". The origins of Banyalbufar go back to the 10th century when the Arabs inhabited the area. The 13th century and the arrival of the conquest turned this mountain village into a place of great importance for wine lovers as it was at this time that Malvasia, a grape variety especially appreciated by King Jaume I, began to be cultivated. The medieval spirit can be felt in every corner of Banyalbufar. The Torre de Ses Ánimes ("Tower of Souls"), a 17th century coastal watchtower built to scare off pirates, together with the traditional Mallorcan architecture will make you feel part of a fairy tale. Banyalbufar is a perfect place not only for history lovers, but also for hikers. The village offers different routes for all tastes. One of the most recommended is the hiking route that connects Banyalbufar with the fishing port of Port des Canonge, which passes through a beautiful path full of pine trees and rock formations. Thanks to its elevated position on the mountainside, Banyalbufar becomes a viewpoint with unforgettable sunsets. Down the road you can reach the Cala de Banyalbufar, a beautiful beach with crystal clear waters that will be a point of interest for sea lovers. Mountains, sea and medieval architecture make this place, not at all overcrowded with tourism, an oasis of peace for all those who want to get away from the stress of everyday life.


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Commission details

Availability upon agreement

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