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Sleeps 22

Wow!

Tim, London
Living Space

11 bedrooms:
Main house (6 bedrooms)
2 double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms on the ground floor
3 double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms on the first floor
1 double bedroom with en suite bathroom on the top floor

Guest house (5 bedrooms)
5 double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms all on the ground floor including one with wheel chair access

Large sitting room on the first floor
Dining room

Kitchen

Amenities

Swimming pool (26m)
Gym
Library
Various outdoor dining areas
BBQ
Landscaped gardens
Vineyard
Tree house
WiFi throughout
HD LED Televisions
Air conditioning
Underfloor heating
White company linen, towels, bathrobes and candles

Domestic Services

Chef and 2 waiters included to provide breakfast, lunch, aperitvo and dinner 7 days a week
2 housekeepers
2 gardeners

Location

The villa is situated in a 300 acre estate in the countryside of Sant Climente in the south of the island

There is direct access to the beach at Es Cantuells and Cami de Cavalls (around 30 minutes on foot)

Binidali beach is an 8 minute drive away, perfect for swimming and snorkelling
San Climente village is a 3 minute drive, where there are small shops, a restaurant, a couple of bars & the famous Casino Restaurant
Mahon is a 15 minute drive, and has several restaurants

Transport

Fly from most UK airports to Menorca.

Local Information

Menorca is the most relaxed of the Balearic islands. It is a great destination for a family holiday with some of Europe’s best beaches. The nearest village to the house is San Climent which is only a 5 minute drive.

It is home to 2 of the island’s institutions: Es Casino Bar Restaurant and Es Moli Foc. Tuesday evenings there is jazz at the Es Casino Bar – visiting musicians sit in with others engaging in impromptu sessions which have a great following on the island.There are local shops including a bakery, a micro brewery (producing English style beers)

Menorca is famous for its great sailing, windsurfing & paddle boarding. The best watersports are in Fornells in the North East of the island, here there is an almost landlocked lagoon which offers safe watersports with great windsurfing and sailing schools and excellent waterskiing.

Located in huge caves (some 25 m above the sea) at the entrance to Cala en Porter bay is Cova d’en Zoroi which is the most dramatic night spot on the island. A fabulous cafe-bar with wooden tables & seagrass umbrellas from which to enjoy the sea views. Go after 11pm and enjoy the tunes at the funky nightclub playing music til dawn. The club is hewn out of the rock so dance with the beautiful people in the most dramatic of settings on the island.

There are many prehistoric sites on Menorca as well as historical sites of interest where there are ancient monuments and signs of settlements.

The main town of Mahon has a wonderful traditional charm about it, there is a natural harbour full of bobbing boats & a yacht club as well as a great cafe life. Here there are wonderful fruit & fish markets. The streets are Georgian lending an air of grandeur to the place, but don’t be fooled! This is as Spanish & relaxed as it comes. The locals are incredibly welcoming & there is a great choice of bars & restaurants to suit everyone. There is a marina & lots of bars and restaurants in the town. The natural harbour is the second biggest in the world and therefore attracts some of the most famous yachts which makes an evening paseo something of a spectacle. The harbour has a good choice of restaurants and bars. The town has a rich history and some fabulous architecture. Mayonnaise is said to have been invented in Mahon (Mahonnaise) and a delicious cheese is named after the city.

All summer long there are traditional fiestas on the local Saint’s days. Enjoy parades of stallions with horsemen dressed up in traditional Menorcan outfits.

Our View

This is one beauty of a place! We have travelled far and wide to find properties that tick every box and this one does just that.
We saw the house on a beautiful June day, the sun was high in the sky and views across the fields to the sea were dazzling.
The huge swimming pool looks out at the valley beyond, in fact the entire outside space is so welcoming you may spend little time inside!

This map guide is only an approximation

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