Best view ever on the bay of Port d'Addaia and S'albufera des Grau Natural Park. It's the perfect villa for a relaxing holiday in a very nice area of Menorca and have some fun with your family and friends.
House with great and unbelievable view on the sea with private pool and porch with a terrific view on Port d'Addaia and Mongofre Natural Park. You can decide whether to relax by the pool, or go out to sea (the house has a boat mooring/dock just downside a stair). Wonderful sea view, overlooking the bay of Addaia islands.
- A double room, a bedroom with a small double bed, a bedroom with two single beds.
- Two showerooms completely renovated.
- Large and equipped kitchen, fully renovated.
- Living room with large table, sofas, armchairs, direct access to the patio overlooking the sea.
- Barbeque in the garden, another table in the rare patio for lunch/dinner by the pool.
- Possible mooring with direct access from the house to the pier.
- Internet wifi
- I'm very proud to tell you that the house is green powered: the electricity is generated from renewable sources (sun, wind, hydropower and biomass)
- Even though is green energy, please we kindly ask to use it just when necessary and avoid any kind of waste of electricity and moreover water, that is limited in Menorca, like in others small islands.
Please check my calendar above for availability and contact me before you send your booking-request.
In AUGUST minimun stay is 7 NIGHTS, thanks!
I kindly ask you to please complete your profile on Airbnb and upload a photo of you before you´re going to book. thanks!
There are plenty of things to see & do in Menorca - we've chosen our top 10 Menorca tips:
1. Old town of Ciutadella
2. Port of Maó
3. Bay of Fornells
4. Megalithic monuments
5. Favàritx lighthouse
6. Fortresses of Marlborough and La Mola
7. Views from Monte Toro
9. Red sand beach: cala pregonda
10. Virgin beaches: cala Mitjana, cala Macarella
wild meadow flowers is crisscrossed with a diverse range of walking trails to suit all kinds of ability and interest. The newly opened Camí de Cavalls, a bridle path which rings the entire island mostly along the coast is a perfect way to explore.
S'Albufera des Grau Nature Park
Other paths follow the ravines and gullies which extend inland from the southern coast. Within minutes of a beach the walker can find himself in pristine woodland ringing with birdsong and carpeted with wild flowers. Menorca walking is one of the best ways to explore and get the feel of this lovely unique island with its extraordinarily wide range of landscapes and habitats.
with an extensive network of unpaved paths, paved roads and country lanes which have very little traffic. The newly opened Cami de Cavalls, a bridle path which rings the entire island follows the coast and is a perfect way for mountain bikers to explore the coastal zones.
Many of the paths follow ancient routes across the island, which pass the standing stones and settlements erected during the Bronze Age. Some trails follow unpaved country lanes between the lovely stone walls which form an integral part of the beautiful Menorcan landscape. Cycle routes are clearly signposted and offer access to remote parts of the island which vehicles cannot access. For those determined to try more extreme Menorca cycling there are more than three thousand kilometres of trails for mountain bikers which offer challenges to the most experienced rider.
View of the beach from a kayak, Menorca. Photo from Audax HotelWith many untouched beaches and sheltered coves which can only be accessed from the sea, and good weather for most of the summer months, Menorca kayaking is an established sport on the island.
Sea conditions are perfect most days for kayaking and canoeing, but should the wind be blowing too strongly on one side of the island, then the sheltered leeward coast is never far away by car. Activity centres specialising in kayaking are to be found in most of the towns and villages on the coast, and two, three day or even round island trips can be organised. The Bay of Fornells on the northern coast, with a wide protected inlet and shallow water is an ideal location for beginners.
Menorca has some of the most varied opportunities to explore the hidden and remote country and coast of the island. The newly opened Camí de Cavalls, an almost 200 km long bridle path now extends around the island on the coast but there are many other trails throughout the island on the coast and in the interior.
Horse trekking companies offer tuition in dressage or hacking, and organise riding by the hour or longer treks which can last up to a week. The Menorcan breed is a spirited powerful glossy black horse famed for its beauty, spirit and speed.
suitable for children and begginers
The pristine warm clear waters with visibility of up to 30 metres, calm seas, and a well established Marine reserve on the north coast make the island a popular destination for divers of all abilities. Menorca diving now is one of the most popular and established sports on the island with centres around the island offering courses up to dive master levels. The wide shallow inlet at the Bay of Fornells offers the perfect conditions for beginners to take courses and yet minutes from the dive centres just outside the bay are beautiful dive spots on the reefs and underwater caves of the Marine Reserve. There are also many dive spots around the island which can easily be accessed from the beach or rocky coastline.
GOLF en Son Parc
The whole villa, pool, garden and parking space is available for your stay.
The only part not available is the garage.
I'd love to welcome my guests if I'm in Menorca (not always possible because I have to travel a lot for work). When I'm in the island I'm always available in case of problems but also to help my guests to plan their holiday, always happy to suggest the best beach, best restaurant or best activity. If I'm not in Menorca, my managers Will and Rachel are always available in case of need and in any case even though I'm not there you can contact me by phone.
No smoking inside the property and no pets allowed.
Children welcomed, we can provide cot and highchair if necessary.
Please take good care of our family house and respect the neighbours.
Please take care of the sun umbrella: it MUST be close and TIED UP if:
- when you're outside
- when it's not attended
- and it MUST be close and TIED UP at night
Even though we provide a end cleaning, please consider to keep tidy as possible, moreover the kitchen area.
We can provide a maid service on request and a welcome package upon
request (just a small charge for this).
Please don't try to use the fireplace inside the house, instead a barbecue is available in the garden.
Please do not remove, damage or move furniture and decoration of the house; let us know of any breakage.
- Please verify your passport, get the Government ID badge on your profile
I'm based in Menorca, but travel frequently to Milan, Palma de Mallorca. I'm glad to welcome you in my family houses. My family rented these houses for over 40 years and in recent years I personally take care of them.
When I'm not in Menorca, William and Rachel will take care of you: they're trusted people based in Menorca who help me in managing the houses; they'll prepare the house for your arrival and they're always available in case of any problem may occur during your stay. They have a long experience with guests and they perfectly know our houses.