Your real estate agent for Pollensa, Alcudia and surroundings
Majorca properties are in demand as never before - a trend that has long since reached the northern and northeastern coast of Majorca. Nevertheless, life is here typically Majorcan and less touristy than in western parts of the island. If you are looking for real estate in typical Majorcan style, you will find it in numerous villages and communities - no matter whether you want to buy or rent an apartment, a house, or a Finca in Majorca.
The picturesque village of Pollensa is located at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. If you are looking for real estate in Majorca and you value an international ambiance and a cosmopolitan mentality, then Pollença is the place for you. In addition to many property owners from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, there is also a large British community, which has significantly influenced the understatement that makes up the north of Majorca. Many other nations complete the international picture.
If you are looking for real estate in the original Mallorca, you will find it in Pollença: The historic town center with its wonderful market square is lined with tapas bars, cafés, and restaurants as well as numerous art galleries and shops with local craftsmanship. In the midst of the countless cobblestone streets are beautiful townhouses. The impressive mountain Puig de Maria with the old monastery protects the village. On the other side rises the Calvary hill, whose 365 steps are lined with exclusive village villas.
Pollença is surrounded by beautiful natural valleys, which are especially known for their lush vineyards and stately fincas. Around Pollença there are numerous exclusive properties, including. luxurious villas, which reveal a fantastic view of the bays of Alcúdia and Pollença due to their elevated position.
Port de Pollença
Just a few kilometers away is Port de Pollença - protected by the mountain range of Cap Formentor peninsula. The sprawling beaches are ideal for those who love the sea and water sports such as sailing and kitesurfing. Port de Pollença has retained the picturesque charm of a small fishing village and is a very popular seaside resort that leaves nothing to be desired. The famous, beautiful beach promenade and the 'Pine Walk' is decorated with excellent restaurants, cafes, and small shops. The exclusive marina Real Club Náutico de Puerto Pollensa is home to great sailing and motor yachts - but also countless small historic wooden fishing boats, the so-called 'Llaüt'. There are attractive properties around and in Port de Pollença, ranging from luxury apartments to penthouses to hillside villas with wonderful views of the azure blue bay of Pollença and the bordering peninsula with the old fortress La Fortaleza.
A beautiful mountain road leads to the famous beach on the peninsula Cap Formentor. Around the bay and the beach can be found sometimes the most exquisite real estate that Mallorca has to offer - many with direct access to the sea. The beach of Cap Formentor is one of the ten most beautiful in the world and is considered a hidden paradise, which is hard to beat in terms of natural beauty and exclusivity.
Cala Sant Vicenç
Cala Sant Vicenç - a small fishing village surrounded by pine forests in front of a breathtaking mountain backdrop - is located in one of the most beautiful regions of the island, which awakes in the summer months to a flourishing life. An investment in this charming place is always worthwhile for people who appreciate peace, nature, and regional fish specialties.
Alcúdia was the capital of Mallorca in Roman times - well-preserved and partially restored city walls bear witness to this era. The historic center, which consists almost entirely of pedestrian streets, is completely surrounded by ancient buildings. Numerous stately village houses, which have since been converted into boutique hotels, tapas bars, restaurants in romantic courtyards and small shops make up the charm of this beautiful village. Here you will find Mallorca in its most original form.
Just minutes away is Port d'Alcúdia with its seemingly endless white sand beach that exudes Caribbean flair. In between, you will find residential areas with lush apartments and villas with direct beach access. Port d'Alcúdia has the second-largest port on the island, where many cruise ships dock and from which daily ferries to Menorca, Barcelona, and Toulon go several times a week. Port d'Alcúdia enjoys a lively cosmopolitan atmosphere throughout the year. The surrounding residential areas and urbanizations offer an attractive real estate offer - from holiday homes to exclusive apartments to spacious villas.
Majorca's Northeast offers the perfect package of natural beauty, excellent quality of life, excellent infrastructure, and optimal accessibility to the international airport in Palma via the motorway. Here are many traditional villages with a Mediterranean way of life - for example, Campanet, Buger, Muro or Santa Margalida. Those who appreciate peace and rural village life are in good hands in Ariany, Maria de la Salut, and Petra. The traditional village of Sa Pobla is the heart of Mallorca's agriculture, with one of the largest and most diverse markets for agricultural products and handicrafts. The attractive residential areas of Crestatx, S'Ubach, Son Ventura, and Son Toni are very close and conveniently located - perfect locations for an investment or a second or first residence.
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For owners in the northeast of Mallorca, we offer to use our free quote for a non-binding market price estimate from our experienced real estate valuation experts. If you want to sell your property, we will market your house or apartment professionally and discreetly.
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