Villa Paraíso Perdido
Live in a lost paradise watching the bay of Palma
This fantastic villa is located in the urbanization of Sa Torre, located on the cliff with one of the best views of the bay of Palma, with an area of 160 square meters and license for 6 people. The exterior has a swimming pool with a solarium with an amazing sea view, a lawn area with an outside shower where you can cool off and sunbathe. It also has a second outdoor area with a covered terrace furnished with sofas and a dining area where you can enjoy and shelter from the heat. The interior of the villa consists of three double rooms of which the master suite with bathroom gives direct access to the terrace and the pool. In total there are two bathrooms and a toilet. The rustic kitchen is fully equipped and has a dining room and a laundry area. The spacious living room has different sofas and armchairs from which to look at the pool and the sea, with an interior dining table as well. Facilities include wi-fi, air conditioning, fireplace, satellite television and garage. Paradise lost at your fingertips.
Tourist licence number: ETV/3865
Address: Sa Torre, Lluchmajor
- Swimming pool and outdoor living area with sea views
- 1 master room with bathroom in suite and 2 double rooms
Features & amenities
- Dining area
- Espresso machine
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Hair dryers
- Iron/Ironing board
- Television - Smart TV
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor kitchen
- Street parking
- Sun loungers
Urb. Sa torre, Lluchmajor
Located inland from the south coast, Llucmajor heads up the largest geographical municipality in Mallorca and is often overlooked compared to more glamourous neighbouring resorts.
Earliest settlements in this area include the Talayotic site of ‘Capocorb Vell’ which you can still visit today and is the oldest archeological site in Mallorca. Records of Llucmajor town date back to 1259 when the first church was erected. In 1349 the battle of Llucmajor was fought between James II of Mallorca and Peter IV of Aragon and resulted in independence for the island. The town later came into prominence as an industrial centre and thrived economically in the 20th century from shoe-making and excellent craftsmanship in stone, iron and wood. There is also a strong agricultural tradition here and apricots and almonds still grow in abundance around the town. Today Llucmajor still enjoys a thriving community which does not rely wholly on tourism and so is fairly active all year. One of the major benefits of Llucmajor is its location. Based at the foot of the Randa hills, the town has excellent motorway access and is very close to both the international airport of Son San Joan and the city of Palma.
Distance from Palma Airport - Son Sant Joan
10 min by car (without traffic)
Cancellation policy and house rules
This accommodation has a flexible cancellation policy. Canceled within 48 hours after making the
reservation to obtain a full refund.
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