A sophisticated, designer villa set on a hillside between the bays of Alcudia & Pollensa
is located in an outstanding hillside position between the bays of Alcudia & Pollensa and is blessed with stunning views of the island. The villa itself is the epitomy of a spacious and highly sophisticated residence. Styled by the Italian interior designer Danilo Silvestrin, the interior is avant – garde Milan style combining marble floors on the main floor, marble finish in the bathrooms and typical Mallorcan sandstone casing on the windows. Pass under the main portal with its four Renaissance style columns and enter into a spacious double height entrance hall. Large panoramic windows open onto the Tramuntana mountain range and the adjoining lounge offers views to the Bay of Pollensa and the Formentor peninsula. The living area has a delightful patio with a water lily pond and elevated wooden deck area. From here guests can enjoy superb views of the coastline. The dining room, also with panoramic windows provides a wonderful formal entertainment environmentperfect for dinner parties and family gatherings. On the ground floor are also the library, the multimedia room, the kitchen and larders. The first floor comprises the master suite with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and dressing room. A glass canopy extends over the main bedroom with magical views of the night’s stars. A second suite can also be found on this floor. A guest wing on the ground floor consists of fivespacious apartments with direct access to the garden. To maximise its retreat qualities, Cielo de Bon Airealso houses a spa of the highest category. The spacious spa area incorporates a 12m indoor swimming pool, sauna, Turkish bath, Jacuzzi, float tank and shower with hydro massage. The villa is set in extensive gardens that border a natural reserve and are full of Mediterranean and exotic plants. At the centre of this pristineoasis lies the outdoor swimming pool.
In 1950 the first charter flight landed on a small airstrip on Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic islands. Mallorca is now a highly developed tourist destination attracting around 10 million visitors. Palma de Mallorca (or simply Palma) located on the south side of the island is the main centre and has a charming old quarter which oozes history with its twisting lanes, tree-lined boulevards, Gothic churches and baroque palaces. Palma is famous for its brilliant sunsets. The northwest coast, dominated by the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range is a beautiful region of olive groves, pine forests and ochre villages, with a spectacularly rugged coastline. The northeast coast is largely made up of two bays, the Badia de Pollença and the larger Badia d’Alcúdia. The east coast is an almost continuous string of sandy bays and open beaches. Offshore from the island’s westernmost point is the large, uninhabited Illa de Sa Dragonera. The interior is largely made up of the fertile plain known as Es Pla. Away from the cities and buzzing crowds, the island has a varied and captivating beauty. Along the jagged cliffs of the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range sits a string of compact villages each with its own pebble beach and the sloping planes around Sóller are known as the Vall d’Or (golden valley) because they are crammed with sweet-smelling citrus orchards.
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