Our 8 villas are perfectly located in a commanding position at the heart of Bonaire in a small exclusive development with wonderful views of the Tramuntana Mountains and the beautiful Bay Of Pollensa.
Bonaire and Es Mal Pas are quiet and prestigious residential areas, where 'well to do' Mallorquin families and Madrilenos have owned summer properties for generations. The surrounding hills feature some of the most expensive villas and chalets in the North of Mallorca - nestling amongst protected woodlands and nature reserves. In short the perfect location for a quiet, safe and peaceful family holiday.
The Crocodrilo Marina and the sandy bays in Es Mal Pas, both just a few minutes walk away, lead to the Victoria Peninsular, with it's picnic areas under the shade of the Pine Trees, a cliff top restaurant and beach bar and the Monastery in the mountain side, that is now also a restaurant.
The Marina is small and friendly, with the Cocodrilo restaurant at the entrance gates to the marina itself. The new marina wall was re-built and re enforced, after that major storm that devastated Mallorca in 2002 and has undergone more improvements in 2009. There are several restaurants, a scuba diving centre and a little supermarket.
The beaches at Es Mal Pas are two sandy coves with wonderful snorkelling and clear, safe waters for children.
For those who want peace and tranquility, but without isolation and within just a few minutes drive of smart bars and restaurants then the location is perfect.
For those interested in golf, the famous Alacanada golf course, owned by the Porsche family, is literally on the other side of the headland, just a few minutes drive away. For ornithologists the area holds a wealth of birdlife all year round
with both resident species and migratory birds in abundance. (Last week I was watching an Ospreys fly over the villa)!
Keen cyclists already appreciate the challenges of the Mallorquin mountains and our villas make a perfect base
for touring in the North of the Island - local, professionally run cycle shops will go out of their way to supply all your cycling needs - even recommend routes around the island.
The road from Bon Aire leads first to Alcudia old town - approximately 5 minutes by car. Alcudia is a wonderful ' walled ' ancient town with wonderful shops, restaurants, Sunday street market and tapas bars. You'll also find 2 large supermarkets in Alcudia.
The larger Port of Alcudia with it's daily ferries to Ibiza and Menorca, a wider choice of bars, restaurants and nightlife is also just a few minutes away by car.
From each villa there is a view over Pollensa Bay to Puerto Pollenca itself and a day trip is highly recommended
(15 minutes drive by car)
8 villas are available - all of them are new, with the same high standard of furnishings, bathrooms, kitchen etc and we still have some availability throughout the summer.
From May to October the sea fishing in Mallorca is exceptionally good.
Giant Tuna can be caught just a few miles out to sea along with swordfish.
In Pollensa Bay it is possible to catch Dorada, Dorado, Barracuda, Amberjack and
many other species of fish. Also Calamar.
For the keen Game Angler or families interested in a leisurely afternoon's fishing the seas around the North of Mallorca
are a fisherman's paradise.