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Set in its own grounds on a hill top with far reaching views across the fairways of the Vall d’Or golf course to the Mediterranean, Villa Gracie is an obvious choice for golfers. It also has plenty to offer families looking for a relaxing holiday in the sun.
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Cala D'Or Beach 6.0 km
Vall d'Or Golf Club 0.2 km
60.0 km from Palma
Villa Gracie is in South East Mallorca, near the resort of Cala d’Or and a short drive from the pretty harbour town of Porto Colom. The club house of the Vall d’Or golf course, just a few minutes walk away, has a restaurant, and a further choice of shops and bars can be found at the village of S’Horta which is 3km away. Here you can also visit the ruins of Castell de Santueri which date back to the fourteenth century, or take a meandering walk across the pretty rocky hillside through a landscape of flowering shrubs, almond trees and dry stone walls.
The popular resort of Cala d’Or stretches for several kilometres along the coastline and has numerous sandy coves and creeks where you take a ride in a glass bottomed boat, hire a pedalo or simply while away the hours under a palm tree at the water’s edge. Parts of the coastline are pleasantly wooded and there are beautiful sandy beaches perfect for swimming. The busy resort centre offers a range of restaurants, bars and nightlife and you can dine in style at one of the smart restaurants on the terrace overlooking Cala d’Or’s marina. The marina itself attracts a cosmopolitan mix of yachts and cruisers and looks spectacular with its turquoise waters lit up after dark..
A little further North is Porto Colom, originally a fishing village supplying the needs of the neighbouring town of Felanitx. Fishing still plays a significant part in the local economy but the town also offers a good selection of quayside restaurants and retains much of its old fashioned charm. Feltanitx, an inland town, has narrow winding streets and interesting architecture. The Sunday morning market in the main square sells local produce and crafts such as wine, ceramics and capers known as the ‘green pearls’ of the island.
Whether you enjoy energetic activities such as horse-riding or water sports, prefer less physically demanding shopping and sightseeing, or even just want to soak up the sun by the beach or pool, this area of Mallorca has plenty to offer you.
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