This modern villa is located in the wonderful bay called Cala Llamp in Port Andratx, the south west orientation guarantees you alot of sun and a marvellous sunset. The property has been completely refurbished and combines modern and traditional elements. Privacy is granted due to its elevated position, several metres above street level. It has four spacious bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, 3 of them en suite, all of them enjoying open views towards the sea. The spacious lounge has direct access to the wonderful terrace and the stunning infinity pool area enjoys the perfect sea views. Underground parking for 2 cars as well as the elevator takes you directly from the garage to the house. Additional features: Underfloor heating and cooling, air conditioning, laundry room, double garage for 2 cars and fully fitted Miele kitchen.
About Port Andratx
Port Andratx is a wonderful fishing village that also manages to be one of Mallorca's classiest resorts. Popular with the yachting fraternity and with film stars whose Italian-style villas can be seen climbing up the hillsides, it also has a working fishing industry that supplies (amongst others), the port's restaurants.The village itself is very small, and is set at the bottom of a funnel-shaped valley (Andratx town lies at the top of the valley about 5km away). Villas dot every conceivable space on the surrounding hillsides as development went a bit haywire in the 80's and 90's. However, the harbour is one of the prettiest in Mallorca and a table at one of the many excellent waterside bars and restaurants is really the perfect place to watch the sunset.
Things to do in Port Andratx
Port Andratx is centred around the nautical and fishing industries. The well equipped marina, the Club de Vela has moorings for 500 boats. The club also offers sailing lessons & canoeing throughout the year. There was talk recently that the fishing boats should be relocated away from the main promenade, but such was the outcry from both locals and holiday makers that these plans were shelved. The presence of the fishermen and their daily catch gives the port it's character - you can buy their fresh fish directly in the evenings.There are a number of small boutiques in Port Andratx which makes for a pleasant few hours of gentle shopping.For more cultural pursuits, head to Andratx which boasts a fabulous contemprary art gallery, the cca - Andratx Art Centre. On the other side of town you'll find Sa Taronja - a cultural centre which provides concerts, exhibitions and workshops for adults and children. In the centre of Andratx is the domineering town hall, Son Mas, a former (very grand!) Arabian farmhouse originating from the 15th century. The town's market is held around Son Mas every wednesday.This area of Mallorca is blessed with glorious countryside. The main island off the coast is Sa Dragonera, which has been a Natural Park since 1995. You can take a short boat trip over to the island and explore the hiking trails & coves, and get friendly with the many native lizards who live here! The other Nature Reserve on the mainland is La Trappe. The remains of a village surrounding an ancient monastery are here and there are spectacular views out to sea and over to Sa Dragonera you might expect, this lovely scenery attracts hikers and cyclists, and there are plenty of trails to follow. Hiking maps are available at the tourist offices. Cyclists will enjoy the coastal hill roads, or you can delve deeper into the Tramuntana mountains for more challenging rides. An 18 hole golf course (opened 1999) is situated towards Camp de Mar.
About Cala Llamp
Tucked round the corner from Port Andratx, Cala Llamp Bay has one of the most stunning views in Mallorca. Cala Llamp is on the South side of the peninsula that forms the bay of Port Andratx. The Tramuntana mountains create high cliffs all around, forming a crescent bay with calm, beautifully clear water. There is no sand or beach as such here but the bay itself has a few sunbathing options on the flat stone terraces if you bring your own loungers or lilos. It's probably better suited to those not so interested in sun bathing but in swimming in the lovely waters and exploring the rock pools. The area is around 100 metres long and 20 metres deep, and there are no facilities other than those at the beach club (see below).Of course if you prefer, you could pay to access the exclusive Gran Folies Beach Club which is adjacent to the stone platform sunbathing shelves. It offers sun loungers, parasols, a restaurant and a swimming pool.
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