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Find Your Ideal Property Location on Mallorca

Mallorca has developed into a successful and interesting region for real estate investments due to its market stability and international visitor numbers, many of whom decide that buying a property is a logical move both financially recreationally.

Make the dream of living on Mallorca a reality, it´s a decision you won´t regret. This Mediterranean jewel is a truly unforgettable source of relaxation, entertainment and culture for all ages, so establishing an area which piques your interest should be at the top of your to-do list.

Mallorca offers a great deal, whether you´re into sport and leisure, the great outdoors, soaking up the culture or sampling local cuisines, you will never be short of things to do. Alternatively you may just want a change of pace, the feeling of security found in village life or the chance to make friends in this wonderfully rich environment.

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Take a look at what we think are the best areas and points of interest, investment ideas and property styles to help you decide.

Which area will suit you?

North of Mallorca

Glorious landscapes, mountains, rolling hills and blue flag beaches are typical in the north of the island, its many unspoilt coastal towns and villages mostly shun high-rise hotels and over developments seen elsewhere, retaining their traditions and charm. Puerto Pollensa and Alcudia are particularly popular with families and sports lovers who are expertly catered for with first class facilities, whilst areas such Bonaire are the perfect escape yet close to local amenities.

A strong choice for investors, property here is in continuous high demand, from Puerto Pollensa to Puerto Alcudia, Bonaire to Arta, these historically rich locations steal the hearts of visitors year after year and can offer a diverse selection of properties to choose from.

Modern seafront apartments with fantastic views are frequently located close to amenities meaning you don´t need transport and you can pop over to the beach for picnic. If space and privacy are needed, there are plenty of villas and fincas further inland between Pollensa and Alcudia, located on desirable country estates, some hillside homes boast coastal and mountain views as well as luxurious swimming pools. On the other hand you may want to pour your personality into something needing a complete renovation, for example a townhouse within the medieval walls of Alcudia may seem like hard work but the reward of a bespoke home in your dream location is second to none.

South of Mallorca

Although the population is higher than the north with closer proximity to Palma, the south boasts some of the islands best beaches, outstanding nature reserves including the Mondragó Natural Park and hidden gems undiscovered by tourists. Add to this its super location for shopping in Palma or a trip to the Cinema, it provides a relaxing lifestyle whilst being close enough to the buzz and excitement of the city.

The south of the island offers some great options, Santanyi in particular is becoming quite a source of interest, with new investors enhancing the town´s traditional narrow streets with charming boutique hotels and cafes, properties here can range from quaint townhouses to sprawling country fincas or contemporary frontline villas in Cala d’Or.

Campos would suit fans of quiet rural areas with its traditional rustic properties and old mansions, whilst sea lovers may gravitate towards Es Trenc its four kilometre sandy beach and nature park, you could buy yourself a frontline apartment on one of Mallorca´s finest protected coastlines.

West of Mallorca

Dramatic coastlines, valleys and the famous Serra de Tramuntana encompass just part of what make western Mallorca great; attracting visitors from around the globe in search of the ´other Mallorca´ and who relish an escape from the usual holiday hotspots. This part of the island is home to the most beautiful villages and sights such as Sóller (the ´golden bowl´ in Arabic), situated in a spectacular valley of orange, lemon and grapefruit trees, the 13th Century Monastery in Lluc, as well as Valldemossa, Deià and Fornalutx which should not go without a visit.

Due to its outstanding natural beauty, Valldemossa is one of Mallorca´s most visited villages in Mallorca and homes here range from prominent clifftop houses with breath-taking sea views to the more widely available countryside villas. If money is no object you could design and create your own mansion perched high on a hillside with panoramic views or a house in the picture postcard village.

Deià has a steady stream of celebrity admirers including Gwyneth Paltrow, Harrison Ford and Sting as well as home owners such as Andrew Lloyd Webber. This laid back, pretty coastal village would be a fantastic place to relocate; its narrow streets come to life with local artists and traditional markets selling local produce, making a village home an ideal choice for integrating into the local community.

Palma Old Town

The picturesque centre of Palma is steeped in history as can be seen by the fascinating tapestry of architectural and cultural influences left behind by ancient Romans, Moors and Christians alike. From Palma´s famous Cathedral, to the Royal Palace of Almudaina and the Arab Baths there is so much to see and experience, add to this its enviable location just metres from the sea and excellent transport connections; it is much beloved by visitors as well as those fortunate enough to reside in this wonderful town.

This part of town draws high visitor numbers which is reflected in the diverse selection of entertainment and facilities provided, Palma town hall also ensures that everything is maintained to the highest level, protecting its excellent reputation.

Investment opportunities come in all shapes and sizes, think outside the box and imagine the pleasure you could achieve from investing and successfully running your own boutique hotel in the centre of town alongside the cafes and bohemian galleries. If the life of an entrepreneur is too demanding then why not set your sights on one of Palma´s many old mansions in need of restoration, returning it to former glory and making a tidy profit in the process. Alternatively you may decide to relocate to one of the city centres fabulous townhouses or apartments, choose from charming properties with original features and private courtyards to exclusive penthouse apartments with their own roof terrace and pool!

Stand Out Areas

Andratx

For those who want an authentic Mallorcan experience, look no further than Andratx. Situated in a valley at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountains, this peaceful, ancient town would not suit party goers but is a fantastic place for families to settle into a traditional way of life and integrate into the local community. Despite this, Andratx is the unlikely home of the CCA - Andratx Art Centre, the largest centre of contemporary art in Mallorca!

Fairy-tale countryside properties surrounded by mountains and pine trees are a dream for some but if you want to be close to the town centre whilst maintaining privacy and space, a villa on the outskirts of town would be ideal. Charming village houses and apartments with traditional wood beam ceilings and pretty terraces could be of interest and can be altered to suit your requirements.

Port Andratx

Considered the loveliest port on Mallorca and popular with the yachting community, Port Andratx it is located just 5 km from the town. The property market has been gaining momentum since the 60´s when it was just an inconspicuous fishing village, since then, significant development of the surrounding areas including an injection of style and sophistication, have created high demand for the exclusive properties here. Home to Club de Vela marina, designer boutiques, and the best seafood restaurants, this much sought after area it is now a hive of activity, yet as a working fishing port, it has retained the original charm and personality which first attracted investors.

There are several interesting investment ideas; Italian-style villas which cascade down the hillside overlooking the port have the advantage of a private pool and plenty of space. Contemporary sea view apartments are an excellent choice, crisp white lines and modern technology come together to create designer properties which are all the rage and continue to grow in popularity. Alternatively choose a plot with a view and exercise your creative muscle.

Pollensa

Located in the north of the island and only a short drive to the beach, is the wonderful and renowned town of Pollensa. Every time I speak to new visitors they can´t wait to say how bowled over they are by this charming town brimming with culture and overlooked by the famous Sancturi del Puig de Maria. Pollensa´s winding streets and lovely square are home to some excellent stores selling local crafts, jewellery, clothing and specialist foods as well as cafes and restaurants serving numerous cuisines.

Surrounded by fabulous country estates Pollensa holds some of the most desirable properties Mallorca has to offer and has become a firm favourite for investors due to its buoyant property prices, growing visitor numbers and strong rental market.

Exciting opportunities to purchase plots complete with building licenses have become available in Golf Pollensa, overlooking the course with spectacular sea views. Townhouses provide a constant source of interest; imagine strolling through the town to buy your morning loaf, then popping into the square for a coffee where you can enjoy watching the world go by. Maybe a reform project is on the cards, popular with many foreign investors, keeping the characterful components such as exposed beams, sandstone arches and window shutters is a must and when combined with contemporary design elements creates a superb and unexpected surprise. For investors who really want to splash out, why not purchase one of Pollensa´s stunning countryside mansions, set within enormous plots these properties can contain everything from breath taking panoramic views, swimming pools and olive groves to private spa´s, guest houses and wine cellars.

Why Invest In Mallorca?

The numbers speak for themselves, Mallorca sales continue to grow with year on year interest and significant investments from national and global investors. Luxury properties in particular maintain or increase their value considerably and are always in high demand on Mallorca.

North of Mallorca

Glorious landscapes, mountains, rolling hills and blue flag beaches are typical in the north of the island, its many unspoilt coastal towns and villages mostly shun high-rise hotels and over developments seen elsewhere, retaining their traditions and charm. Puerto Pollensa and Alcudia are particularly popular with families and sports lovers who are expertly catered for with first class facilities, whilst areas such Bonaire are the perfect escape yet close to local amenities.

A strong choice for investors, property here is in continuous high demand, from Puerto Pollensa to Puerto Alcudia, Bonaire to Arta, these historically rich locations steal the hearts of visitors year after year and can offer a diverse selection of properties to choose from.

Modern seafront apartments with fantastic views are frequently located close to amenities meaning you don´t need transport and you can pop over to the beach for picnic. If space and privacy are needed, there are plenty of villas and fincas further inland between Pollensa and Alcudia, located on desirable country estates, some hillside homes boast coastal and mountain views as well as luxurious swimming pools. On the other hand you may want to pour your personality into something needing a complete renovation, for example a townhouse within the medieval walls of Alcudia may seem like hard work but the reward of a bespoke home in your dream location is second to none.

South of Mallorca

Although the population is higher than the north with closer proximity to Palma, the south boasts some of the islands best beaches, outstanding nature reserves including the Mondragó Natural Park and hidden gems undiscovered by tourists. Add to this its super location for shopping in Palma or a trip to the Cinema, it provides a relaxing lifestyle whilst being close enough to the buzz and excitement of the city.

The south of the island offers some great options, Santanyi in particular is becoming quite a source of interest, with new investors enhancing the town´s traditional narrow streets with charming boutique hotels and cafes, properties here can range from quaint townhouses to sprawling country fincas or contemporary frontline villas in Cala d’Or.

Campos would suit fans of quiet rural areas with its traditional rustic properties and old mansions, whilst sea lovers may gravitate towards Es Trenc its four kilometre sandy beach and nature park, you could buy yourself a frontline apartment on one of Mallorca´s finest protected coastlines.

West of Mallorca

Dramatic coastlines, valleys and the famous Serra de Tramuntana encompass just part of what make western Mallorca great; attracting visitors from around the globe in search of the ´other Mallorca´ and who relish an escape from the usual holiday hotspots. This part of the island is home to the most beautiful villages and sights such as Sóller (the ´golden bowl´ in Arabic), situated in a spectacular valley of orange, lemon and grapefruit trees, the 13th Century Monastery in Lluc, as well as Valldemossa, Deià and Fornalutx which should not go without a visit.

Due to its outstanding natural beauty, Valldemossa is one of Mallorca´s most visited villages in Mallorca and homes here range from prominent clifftop houses with breath-taking sea views to the more widely available countryside villas. If money is no object you could design and create your own mansion perched high on a hillside with panoramic views or a house in the picture postcard village.

Deià has a steady stream of celebrity admirers including Gwyneth Paltrow, Harrison Ford and Sting as well as home owners such as Andrew Lloyd Webber. This laid back, pretty coastal village would be a fantastic place to relocate; its narrow streets come to life with local artists and traditional markets selling local produce, making a village home an ideal choice for integrating into the local community.

Palma Old Town

The picturesque centre of Palma is steeped in history as can be seen by the fascinating tapestry of architectural and cultural influences left behind by ancient Romans, Moors and Christians alike. From Palma´s famous Cathedral, to the Royal Palace of Almudaina and the Arab Baths there is so much to see and experience, add to this its enviable location just metres from the sea and excellent transport connections; it is much beloved by visitors as well as those fortunate enough to reside in this wonderful town.

This part of town draws high visitor numbers which is reflected in the diverse selection of entertainment and facilities provided, Palma town hall also ensures that everything is maintained to the highest level, protecting its excellent reputation.

Investment opportunities come in all shapes and sizes, think outside the box and imagine the pleasure you could achieve from investing and successfully running your own boutique hotel in the centre of town alongside the cafes and bohemian galleries. If the life of an entrepreneur is too demanding then why not set your sights on one of Palma´s many old mansions in need of restoration, returning it to former glory and making a tidy profit in the process. Alternatively you may decide to relocate to one of the city centres fabulous townhouses or apartments, choose from charming properties with original features and private courtyards to exclusive penthouse apartments with their own roof terrace and pool!

Stand Out Areas

Andratx

For those who want an authentic Mallorcan experience, look no further than Andratx. Situated in a valley at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountains, this peaceful, ancient town would not suit party goers but is a fantastic place for families to settle into a traditional way of life and integrate into the local community. Despite this, Andratx is the unlikely home of the CCA - Andratx Art Centre, the largest centre of contemporary art in Mallorca!

Fairy-tale countryside properties surrounded by mountains and pine trees are a dream for some but if you want to be close to the town centre whilst maintaining privacy and space, a villa on the outskirts of town would be ideal. Charming village houses and apartments with traditional wood beam ceilings and pretty terraces could be of interest and can be altered to suit your requirements.

Port Andratx

Considered the loveliest port on Mallorca and popular with the yachting community, Port Andratx it is located just 5 km from the town. The property market has been gaining momentum since the 60´s when it was just an inconspicuous fishing village, since then, significant development of the surrounding areas including an injection of style and sophistication, have created high demand for the exclusive properties here. Home to Club de Vela marina, designer boutiques, and the best seafood restaurants, this much sought after area it is now a hive of activity, yet as a working fishing port, it has retained the original charm and personality which first attracted investors.

There are several interesting investment ideas; Italian-style villas which cascade down the hillside overlooking the port have the advantage of a private pool and plenty of space. Contemporary sea view apartments are an excellent choice, crisp white lines and modern technology come together to create designer properties which are all the rage and continue to grow in popularity. Alternatively choose a plot with a view and exercise your creative muscle.

Pollensa

Located in the north of the island and only a short drive to the beach, is the wonderful and renowned town of Pollensa. Every time I speak to new visitors they can´t wait to say how bowled over they are by this charming town brimming with culture and overlooked by the famous Sancturi del Puig de Maria. Pollensa´s winding streets and lovely square are home to some excellent stores selling local crafts, jewellery, clothing and specialist foods as well as cafes and restaurants serving numerous cuisines.

Surrounded by fabulous country estates Pollensa holds some of the most desirable properties Mallorca has to offer and has become a firm favourite for investors due to its buoyant property prices, growing visitor numbers and strong rental market.

Exciting opportunities to purchase plots complete with building licenses have become available in Golf Pollensa, overlooking the course with spectacular sea views. Townhouses provide a constant source of interest; imagine strolling through the town to buy your morning loaf, then popping into the square for a coffee where you can enjoy watching the world go by. Maybe a reform project is on the cards, popular with many foreign investors, keeping the characterful components such as exposed beams, sandstone arches and window shutters is a must and when combined with contemporary design elements creates a superb and unexpected surprise. For investors who really want to splash out, why not purchase one of Pollensa´s stunning countryside mansions, set within enormous plots these properties can contain everything from breath taking panoramic views, swimming pools and olive groves to private spa´s, guest houses and wine cellars.

Why Invest In Mallorca?

The numbers speak for themselves, Mallorca sales continue to grow with year on year interest and significant investments from national and global investors. Luxury properties in particular maintain or increase their value considerably and are always in high demand on Mallorca.

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