Properties like this one are rare and seldom come to the market. Fully renovated, Beach Views, impeccable and situated in such a privileged and unique position, the views are unrivalled and literally breath-taking. Overlooking the beautiful bay of Cala’n Porter, yet within a minute’s walk to the bars and restaurants that this popular tourist town has to offer.
The first thing that hits you as you approach the villa are the views. The private sun terraces, with swimming pool and shaded area for alfresco dining, all of which look out onto the bay below, the sea beyond and countryside in the distance. The terrace benefits from a built in BBQ area. The villa has three bedrooms, two bathrooms (one of which is en-suite) a large open plan living room and kitchen. The custom furniture in two of the bedrooms has a mezzanine style bed, enabling additional house guests to share this glorious space. There is air conditioning throughout, and the property has double glazing.
The whole villa is flooded with natural light and very inviting.
It is also situated over two levels, giving the accommodation on the lower floor a little more privacy, along with private terrace and without compromising the views. There is also a dedicated bar area with storage on the lower terrace level. Viewing is highly recommended for this prestigious property.
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.
Menorca, in the Balearic Islands, is a peaceful, unique natural sanctuary, packed with contrasts to explore. It is a real paradise, lapped by the Mediterranean Sea, which will seduce you with its calmness and diversity.
The island is rich with assorted coastlines, from the tranquillity and stillness of the south and the hidden coves, to the dramatic and vibrant contrast in the north. There is no disputing the light as you enter the island, with everything gleaming in high definition. The possibilities to enjoy the best of the Mediterranean sun and the clean, crystal clear waters is endless. Whether it is discovering the Cami dés Cavall on foot, horse or bicycle, or appreciating the warm waters by sailing, windsurfing, water skiing and scuba diving. With its 70+ beaches and famous Cami d´es Cavall, there is surely something for everyone to enjoy, whatever the interests, age or capability.
Menorca has an annual average temperate of 16.5 degrees and currently, has a population of 94,000. The island is split into eight districts, Mahon (the capital), Cuitadella (the old capital), Alaior, Ferreries, Es Castell, Es Mercadal, Es Migjorn Gran and Sant Lluis.
In 1993, Menorca was been granted a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation and its landscapes are rich in fauna and flora. In addition to the calm and tranquil countryside, Menorca´s exquisite sea bed is a diver´s haven. Menorca is also blessed with a thriving archaeological and cultural heritage with hundreds of monumental sites including towns and prehistoric remains and beautiful little fishing villages that still protect their ancient traditions.
The longest distance between two points is 47 kilometres, so hiring a car is a good way to explore the island. Mahon International airport is a short 5 kilometres from the capital Mahon.
Carrer del Romaní, 7, 07730 Cala en Porter, Illes Balears, Spain