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One of a small group of villas in the village of Sa Rapita, Villa Paula is only a few hundred metres from the sea. Here you can step out from your bedroom onto the beautiful balcony overlooking the villa’s private pool and catch the first early morning rays of the Mediterranean sun before heading to the white sands of Es Trenc beach just a short drive away.
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Es Trenc 2.0 km
Sa Rapita 1.0 km
Sa Rapita 1.0 km
Son Antem 10.0 km
38.0 km from Palma
Villa Paula is set a few hundred metres from the coast in a quiet residential area at Sa Rapita, a South East Mallorcan seaside village where you can find a selection of bars and shops within walking distance. This beautiful yellow-painted holiday villa has a private pool but if you wish to venture out into the countryside, there are plenty of other activities on offer. The nearest golf course is the 36 hole Son Antem course near Llucmajor. Villas Isabela, Karena and Valerie are close by, making this location ideal for large groups or several families wishing to holiday together but whilst maintaining some privacy.
Within a few minutes’ drive of the villa is Es Trec, a stunning 4km long strip of white sand running from Ses Covetes at one end to the old fishing and agricultural colony of Sant Jordi at the other. The beach here is perfect for lazy days by the sea, but you will also find protected dunes that are home to an enormous number of sea birds. From Sant Jordi, you can take a boat trip to the tiny rocky island of Cabrera. This island, measuring only 4 miles by 3 miles and translated literally as ‘goat island’, is a designated National Park with no commercial development whatsoever, making it a wonderful retreat for nature lovers. The harbour at Sant Jordi has a number of restaurants and bars where you can find refreshment on your return.
Approximately 12km inland is the quiet town of Campos de Puerto. Here you can sample a cake from its famous patisserie or browse around the farmers’ market and choose some local meats and vegetables to cook on the barbecue later. A little further north, the town of Felanitx is well known for its capers, ceramics and locally produced wine and has a 13th century church in its pretty town square.
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