Photos and Description of this 3 bedroom holiday apartment in Boquer - CamideBoquer
3 Bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment with pool
Our luxury duplex apartment situated in the Boquer Valley, is only 200 metres from the beautiful Voramar Beach & the famous Pine Walk. The centre of Puerto Pollensa is a mere 5 mins walk where you will find a wonderful selection of shops & restaurants. The apartment is part of the exclusive Edificio Camino de Boquer complex, & guests enjoy full access to the communal pool & garden area. It is fully air conditioned with heating available during cooler months. The 1st floor apartment comprises luxury lounge with UK satellite TV leading directly to a large terrace, modern fully equipped fitted kitchen for guests wishing to self-cater, and separate utility room, 2 double bedrooms & family bathroom with bath & shower. The 2nd floor apartment, offers open plan lounge with UK satellite TV & kitchen area, luxury double bedroom & bathroom. From the huge terrace guests can access the wonderful roof terrace with stunning 360degree views. Apts are not let to seperate renters at the same time.
Pollenca: Pollenca is one of the most beautiful towns in Mallorca. It is located in the unspoilt North of the island, about 35 miles from the airport. Pollenca is a town with great history and traditions, home to many artists and painters since the beginning of the last century. Here you will find a maze of narrow streets and open plazas; the centre is the main square, overlooked by a magnificent church, where the local Sunday market is held weekly. Apart from its pretty square it has the Via Crucis which is a notable attraction with its long stairway which ascends Calvary Hill, from which there are superb views over the coast. Bordered by hills and dramatic rocky mountains to the North, Pollenca is just a few minutes drive from some of the island’s most beautiful beaches and stunning mountain scenery.
Puerto Pollensa : Wonderful scenery, beautiful sandy beaches and a laid-back friendly atmosphere, this is the resort of Puerto Pollensa. The bay of Pollensa is home to a multitude of luxury yachts, as well as a mixture of colourful local fishing boats. The warm shallow waters of the bay make it especially popular for families with small children. There is a good selection of shops, bars and pavement cafes to choose from, as well as several high class fish restaurants. However, without a doubt the main feature of the resort is the dramatic Serra de Tramuntana mountain range that surrounds and shelters the town. For the more active, there are numerous walks into these hills from where the views back over the bay are stunning. Tourists have been coming to Puerto Pollensa since the 1920s and the hotels on the sea front still retain an old fashioned air, and today the town attracts mainly British families looking for something more than the hussle and bussle of the south coast resorts.
Alcudia and Puerto Alcudia : The town of Alcudia and the compact port of Alcudia are situated on the neck of one of Mallorca's northern peninsulas. Many visit Alcudia for the beach alone, 11km of curving white sand that shelves gently into the sea, there are many beach-side cafés and restaurants, and a great variety of water sports. There are many other local activities to keep you occupied including horse riding and golf. The nightlife centres around the local bars and night-clubs which are lively but not rowdy. Alcudia, is just what you would expect from a beach holiday, with a range of nearby cultural sites to visit as well. There is the walled town of Alcudia itself, with Roman ruins and a lovely Sunday market. The port of Alcudia has a lovely old fishing village which lies at the northern end of the beach. A tight grid of streets, with restaurants and gift shops lining the sea front, and more traditional Spanish style shops and cafés on the street behind, with some excellent sea food restaurants.
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- Long-term Renters Welcome