Detached Villa, Bedrooms 3, Bathrooms 2, (Sleeps 6)
- English, French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Greek
Minimum age of primary renter:18
Very nice villa,would stay again.
Only problem is the pine trees block most of the sun,and fill pool with pine needles.
We, 4 adults and a baby, had a wonderful time at the villa. It is quiet but so close to the beach...
We, 4 adults and a baby, had a wonderful time at the villa. It is quiet but so close to the beach, supermarkets and restaurants. You can even hear the sea when it’s not totally calm while sitting on the terrace of the villa. Having our own pool was great! It was kept very clean by a man who came every few days. We just skimmed the odd fallen berries berries from the trees every morning with the net supplied. The cleaners that came a couple of times during our 14 nights were lovely, and they cleaned so fast so they were gone in no time, but they did a wonderful job. A taxi rank is a minutes walk away, the mini train and a bus to Mahon the same. Agni travel were great at returning any texts we sent them information. I would definitely stay here again if we came to this part in the future. Sitting on the terrace as I type, feeling very sad to be leaving in the morning.
The villa is situated very close to the beach and restaurants and supermarkets but in a quiet ar...
The villa is situated very close to the beach and restaurants and supermarkets but in a quiet area which was very relaxing. The kitchen was well equipped. The terrace at the front and side was a very good size with plenty of seating .The poolside area was slightly restricted in not having much spare room where sun beds could be positioned ,but as we were a group of 4 adults we managed okay. The whole area around the villa was extremely clean with picturesque scenery all around . We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Lovely villa, very close to the beach.
Me and my son had a great holiday. Villa spacious, with plenty of crockery etc. But did not use a...
Me and my son had a great holiday. Villa spacious, with plenty of crockery etc. But did not use as we could not fathom out how to use the digital oven/hob, as stated. Good restaurants, reasonably priced and supermarkets very near. The weather was good apart from the Tuesday and Wednesday when it was overcast with a howling gale. TV progs awful. Good access to internet.
We enjoyed our stay and will likely go back again.
The door to the fridge was open when we got there. It had to be pushed shut. It looked old and should be replaced. The double sized mattress also should be replaced. Otherwise the house was fine and the pool was clean. No complaints.
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Villa Trepuco Dos is conveniently located just a short walk to the sandy beach of Punta Prima. Punta Prima has an excellent beach of fine white sand and turquoise water. Facing south east it receives the sun first thing in the morning until late evening. Around the bar are several restaurants and low-key bars. There are also 2 supermarkets and other smaller shops.
Binisafua-Platja: is a small coastal village and typically Spanish. The delightful sandy beach, with whitewashed church along with several 'hidden' coves, give you plenty of private swimming locations.
Son Bou: is one or our favourite beaches on Menorca. A gloriously uncrowded and natural beach with Turquoise water and soft fine sand. Set back from the beach are a selection of beach bars, restaurants and shops.
Mahon: became the island's capital in 1722 - moved by the British from the Ciutadella. White-washed Regency and Georgian houses cling to the cliff face that surounds the harbour. It has strong connections with British naval history - admirals Nelson and Collingwood stayed there - while it also plays an important part in Richard O'Brien's series of novels.
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