Master double bedroom with Mallorquin-style king size bed with en suite bathroom and sitting area leading out to a terrace
Double bedroom with king sized bed and en suite shower room
Double bedroom with four poster bed and en suite shower room
3 outside terraces all with seating and tables
BBQ terrace has full kitchen facilities
Swimming pool (12 x 5m)
Hard court, flood lit tennis court – bring own tennis gear
Shower and fridge near tennis court
Outdoor shower by pool
Stone table by pool
Outside kitchen has oven, hob and fridge
Air conditioning in master bedroom and sitting room
Ceiling fans in all other rooms
WiFi high speed internet connection
Teak garden furniture
Weekly maid service
A cook can be arranged – payable locally
Casa Ripoli is on the north west coast of Mallorca
Deia is a 10 minute drive away, and has several 5-star restaurants
Palma is under 50 minutes by car
Fly to Mallorca from almost every UK airport
Deia is a 30 minute drive from the airport
A car hire is recommended
There is a lot of walking in and around the Deia area. Many walks actually start in the beautiful village itself.
You will not want for something to do (day or night) in this seemingly sleepy village. Just spend a few hours here and you will see that it is a vibrant, working local village full of artists, writers and musicians.
The restaurants in the immediate area are among the best on the island (indeed visitors to Mallorca ensure that a visit to Deia is top of their list).
Restaurants include Sebastians, Jaimes, Dorada and the Internationally renowned, El Olivo which is the 5 star restaurant attached to the Residencia Hotel.
The Hotel has a tennis court where it is possible to rent a time to play, it also has a fabulous spa – good enough to rival any in London.
Year round there are music festivals in Deia and there are endless art exhibitions in the village and at the Residencia.
The beaches in Mallorca are white sand, the east coast is heaving with beautiful coves and sumptuous white villages dotted in amongst the green groves.
The area around Soller is famous for its orange and lemon groves, in the spring the trees are loaded with heavy fruit, ripening through the warm long days. The olive oil in Mallorca is delicious, the island is teeming with the fruit and the oil is lovingly prepared and bottled at source.
The capital of Mallorca is Palma which is a wonderful place to visit during your stay, it has great shopping, livley bars and good restaurants as well as a Gothic cathedral. The maze of narrow streets in the Arab quarter are wonderfully atmospheric at night and the royal palace is not to be missed.
The rural villages of the north west are ancient and beautiful, the local houses are all made out of the same coloured stone as the mountains so they literally disappear like a multitude of chameleons dotting the area. Deia is a beautiful place, ancient and cultural and contemporary all at once. It boasts the best restaurants on the island, indeed other tourists visit from all over the island.
This glorious property is found at the end of a winding road above the beautiful village of Deia.
For a relatively small amount of people this is a huge villa set in beautiful rambling but manicured grounds filled with mandarin and grenadine trees. There are waterfalls here and there, olives grow in beautifully tended groves along terraces that look like they have been there for thousands of years.
The surrounding countryside is breathtaking, a beautifully appointed house with all the mod cons. You will want for nothing here, lounge by the pool, wander down to Deia for a cold beer, play pool or try your luck on the tennis court.
The dramatic Sa Tramuntana mountains serve as the perfect backdrop to this already sumptuous house.
The gardens are beautifully maintained and the tumbling bougainvillea and elegant fruit trees are a testament to that hard work.
The pool is on a raised terrace giving a beautiful situation in luxurious comfort. A true taste of your own boutique villa, what a fabulous place – a blinder!