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We are honoured to be able to offer this unique property for sale, the views are unrivaled, a truly privileged position overlooking the beautiful bay of Cala’n Porter,(South Coast, Menorca), yet within a minute’s walk to the bars and restaurants that this popular tourist town has to offer. The property has huge potential, allowing the purchaser to impose their stamp on the property.
The property has three bedrooms, three bathrooms (all en-suite), large living-dining room with feature fireplace, kitchen, three outdoor terraces with the potential to create more and a swimming pool. To the rear property, just off the kitchen we find a barbecue and dining area, to the front of the property we find two terraces, one at the swimming pool level and the other leading from one of the downstairs bedrooms. The property also benefits from double glazing and air conditioning throughout. Viewing is highly recommended.
Cala’n Porter is located on the South Coast of Menorca, benefiting from a beautiful white sandy beach with crystal clear turquoise waters in a picture postcard cove to the south and a luscious green valley to the north. An area which is great for water sports or enjoying the beach in the day, and in the evening enjoying a stroll out to the abundance of bars and restaurants in the heart of the commercial center. The airport is a 10 mins drive away, the nearest towns are Sant Clemente, Mahon and Alaior, and the nearest alternative beaches / resorts are Son Bou, Santo Tomas, Cala Canutells, Binidali, Es Calo Blanc, Binisafua, Binibequer and Punta Prima on the south coast, Son Parc, Arenal d’en Castell, Macaret, Es Grau and Cala Mesquida on the north coast.
Alaior town, traditionally was a village which specialised in farming and cattle-raisin. Its main focus now is on the service industry. Crafts are also a great source of income in this area, specially handcrafted footwear.
Alaior still reflects its charming medieval and historic heritage, on an ancient hill dominated by its beautiful church of Santa Eulalia. It is not unusual to see a rider on horseback, winding through the streets, as horses play a huge part in the towns culture. Alaior has a picturesque rural road running from its town to Es Mercadal, called the Cami d´en kane, which was the main thoroughfare, before the main road was built.
The municipality has some stunning beaches, such as Son Bou and Calan Porter, which are both a very short drive from the town. Alaior is fantastic for wondering about early or late evening, when the heat of the sun is not around and the light brings out a more intense colour pallet. There is a market and live music every Wednesday evening during the summer season and the whole town is alive and vibrant with tourists and locals alike, enjoying tapas, cold refreshments and the warm Mediterranean air.
Passeig Marítim, 34, 07730 Cala en Porter, Illes Balears, Spain