This idyllic country finca is located close to the beautiful South Coast. It would make a perfect home or holiday retreat, with a sizeable plot and with huge potential, (Biniancolla, Menorca)
The property has an ample covered terrace, which communicates seamlessly with the huge plot that the property sits in. Large sliding doors take you inside to a cosy lounge, with wood burning fireplace and high ceilings with exposed beams, leading to a charming kitchen with dining space and separate utility room. The bedroom is a good size and there is a full bathroom. The property has double glazing throughout and has attractive Menorquin stonework on the exterior, helping it to blend with its natural, rustic surroundings.
The property is green, almost self-sufficient with its solar panels and rain water collection system. The land affords the huge potential to cultivate your own fruit and vegetables, as well as keep some livestock. A beautiful home with huge potential, viewing is highly recommended.
Biniancolla, a small coastal resort, nestled between Son Ganxo, with Binibeca also a short drive away from Punta Prima. It is a very quaint and small urbanisation and with its own small beach, is very attractive to those who stumble across it. Dotted around Biniancolla is a good mix of old Spanish beach houses and larger mansions, normally found along the coast, enjoying some incredible views of the South Coast.
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.
Camí Vell de Biniancolla, 07713 Sant Lluís, Illes Balears, Spain