This spacious 4 bedroom villa, with a tourist licence, is a short walk to the picturesque beach of Binisafua, (South Coast, Menorca).
With the villa all built on one level, there is a good sized covered terrace with space for dining, entertaining around your private swimming pool and BBQ. Inside is a large living and dining room with wood burning fireplace and separate kitchen with pantry. The villa has four bathrooms and two bathrooms, (one en-suite).
The large roof terrace has beautiful sea views, with an easily maintained and pretty garden with off-road parking. There is air conditioning in the property, sold furnished and holds a current tourist licence, enabling the new owner to use as a home, holiday home or rental investment.
Nestled between Binidali and Binibeca, this secluded cove laced with pristine, silky white sand, knotted pines and clear, teal water is a beachside heaven. Not a typical resort, it is much smaller than many coastal towns in Menorca, but this adds to its charm. The beach itself stretches no more than about 40 years from one end to the other. With white Spanish villas dotted around, Binisafua is a small and quiet resort, with a very relaxed atmosphere. Close by are various other neighbouring locations of Cap d’en Font, Punta Prima, Alcaufar, S’Algar, Biniancolla, Binibeca Vell, Binibeca Nou. The closest town with various amenities is popular San Clemente.
Sant Lluis is a traditional Menorcan town, very close to the south coast just a few kilometres from the capital of Mahon. The coast line is home to the stunning coves and beaches of S’Algar, Alcaufar, Punta Prima, Son Ganxo, Biniancolla, Satalaia, Cala Torret, Binibeca, Binisafua (Binissafuller), Es Calo Blanc and Cap d’en Font.
Binibeca, arguably the most famous of all of the south coast areas is renowned for its traditional and picture-perfect whitewash fisherman’s houses, restaurants and beach. S’Algar is a popular place for water sports enthusiasts, especially scuba divers.
The town’s name reflects the past that Menorca has had, the name originating from the King of France, Louis XV (Menorca was under French rule in the 18th century).
Sant Lluis benefits from being a 5 minute car trip to the capital, Mahon, or in the opposite direction a 5 minute journey to some of the most stunning beaches on the south coast of the island. The town itself is quite flat, people are warm and welcoming and there are plenty of shops, bars, restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets, ice cream parlours, banks and even a petrol station.
Additionally, Sant Lluis has its own aeroclub, where flying enthusiasts can take flying lessons, or just an aerial tour of the island. The main airport is a 10 minute drive away from the town.
Calle de Baix, 131, 07711 Binisafua, Illes Balears, Spain