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Situated on the top of a hill the house has panoramic views over the Bay. The complex comprises of twenty five semi detached villas with three large shared swimming pools distributed on different levels.
The front door leads straight to a large lounge area with an American kitchen, fully equipped including dishwasher, microwave and washing machine. From the sitting room you will access a fantastic front terrace which is completely furnished and has stunning views to the Pollensa bay. There is also a guest toilette on the ground floor. A staircase leads up to the upper level where all bedrooms are located. Main bedroom with double bed and en suite bathroom and two twin sharing the other complete bathroom. All bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and there is air conditioning throughout the house.
In the swimming pool area there is also a large solarium with sun-loungers perfect to enjoy the Mediterranean sun. Each villa has a parking space for one car.
Residential Celgotmar is not very suitable for people with mobility difficulties as there are many stairs around.
The wonderful beach of Puerto de Pollensa, restaurants, bars and cafes are located just two minutes by car.
Puerto Pollensa, situated in the North East of Majorca, less than one hours drive from Palma airport, the majority of the road connected by first class motorway.
Sometimes described the hidden jewel of Majorca, an upmarket family resort with everything you could wish for and not the ?kiss me quick? resort Majorca has become famous for!
Wonderful stunning scenery, beautiful sandy beaches, and a laid-back friendly atmosphere. The sheltered curving horse shoe bay, set against the stunning backdrop of Tramuntana mountains. Rumoured to have the highest repeat business in Europe, remains a favourite for couples and families of all ages who keep returning year after year. It has now also become popular as a short break off season resort, some visitors returning several times a year. Although quiet in winter, Puerto Pollensa can be beautiful, attracting walkers, lovers of wild live, artists, cyclists and growing number of golfers.
Originally a fishing village, Puerto Pollensa has retained its charm and the time old tradition of the evening paseo, or stroll. On warm balmy evenings visitors and locals, wander past the pavement cafes and restaurants along the famous shaded elegant pedestrianised Pine Walk towards the fashionable Hotel Illa D?Or with prestigious Bellresguard Estate set just behind on the Old Formentor Road and facing the mountains. No doubt possibly the finest quality development in the port, with some properties costing up to 1.3 million euros and smaller ones averaging over half a million.
The Church Square has an abundance of good restaurants, the church with its chiming bells overlooks the square garden area, where weekly Wednesday markets are held.
The old inland town of Pollensa should not be missed with Boutique hotels, quaint old buildings and lots of interesting restaurants, and of course the Sunday market.
There is a golf course just outside Pollensa old town (9.holes) and another spectacular one, at nearby Alcudia, Alcanada (18.holes) plus several others in the south of the island. Both courses have magnificent situations and there facilities are open to visitors and non playing guests.
Every Sunday morning, in the old town of Pollensa and on a Wednesday morning in the port, weekly markets are held. There are water sports, boats for hire and varied sailing excursions on the schooner TUDOR DAWN.
Whether you prefer to enjoy some delicious tapas while admiring the glorious views of the coastline and the clear blue sea beyond, or explore the many attractions of the resort, we are sure Puerto Pollensa can offer something for everybody.